AWESOME!! I made this for Thanksgiving and will be making it for every holiday from now on. I'm very picky about my stuffing and I was sure I wouldn't like this because I thought it wouldn't get nice and crispy in the slow cooker... but I was wrong. The edges browned really nicely and it was perfect. I put it all together the night before (and added 1 lb. cooked, crumbled pork sausage/cut back the butter and broth a bit) and just turned it on in the morning. Even my mother-in-law, who is very Bon Appetit, wanted the recipe! THANK YOU for posting!
I made this to accompany our turkey for our Christmas dinner this year and everyone really enjoyed it! It turned out great. I cut the butter down to half a cup instead of a full cup. The preparation time as posted did not include the 45 min, so it's actually 6 hrs., 45 min cooking time!
Delicious! I made this as a side dish out of necessity since we moved back to our old home which has a 1920's Wedgewood Gas and Wood burning stove. The gas oven was just big enough to hold our 15 pound turkey, so when I saw the recipe for Slow Cooker Stuffing I said why not. I will make your wonderful Slow Cooker Stuffing every year. Everyone loved the taste, texture and my daughters were in awe at how delicious it turned out. I sprayed the Slow Cooker with cooking spray before placing the ingredients in the cooker. I stirred the stuffing several times throughout the cooking period to prevent over browning on edges and was very happy with the results. Overall the recipe was quick and easy to prepare. It would be a great recipe for a beginner cook. The recipe holds honor in our family cookbook and will be passed down to our children. Thank you for sharing this great recipe!
You saved me too... there was no way I had room in my oven for everything.. I had never thought about the slow cooker. I did make a few changes to incorporate my recipe for corn bread stuffing.. the moistness was perfection.. thank you... Also, I make my stuffing the night before with everything but the liquid.
I messed up on this but I will gladly take the blame! I thought I would add some uncooked chicken breast to this to make a complete meal. What I did not think about until I was at work was that I should not have added the butter because of the chicken grease! Sure enough, I came home to a greasy mess. However, the stuffing itself tasted just wonderful and was so easy to prepare and cook. Next time I will use the brain God gave me and not add the butter! This is a keeper! Thanks for posting this!
i tried this recipe this weekend. While the flavor was incredible, the stuffing was so moist it bordered on soggy, and had the consistency of thick porridge. Would love to keep it in my repertoire, so any thoughts on what went wrong?
Yummy. I used brownberry herb seasoned bread cubes stuffing which wasn't quite enough so added a box of turkey stovetop stuffing. Also added 2 cans of mushroom stems and pieces with the liquid. Perfect.
This worked out great for our family dinner! I made this one in a large slow cooker, changing only in that I add cream of celery soup rather than celery, and I caramelize the onions before adding. I thought this was just a touch bland, but it's probably just that I added too many bread crumbs. I used about a bag and a half. I got the plain ready to make bag of dried crumbs, and next time I think I'll use the seasoned, or add some cornmeal. Made this and a sourdough stuffing to make sure everyone was satisfied, and this one got gobbled up just fine! I'll try it again next year, maybe with some sausage and the seasoned crumbs. Thanks so much for sharing.
This was great. I made it last year and the family was asking about it this year. I love having one less thing to worry about, thanks.
I made this to go with my roast chicken dinner, I cut the recipe down to 4 servings and cooked it in my Crockett. I oiled it so as not to stick to the sides and I used wholemeal bread crumbs, and a red onion. I did feel it was a wee bit wet and next time I will use less broth, but I will make it again. I did like the flavour. Thank you for posting.