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So happy to find this recipe as I had lost one I used years ago that everyone loved. Thanks Pixie.
These were pretty good. I baked mine for a few min longer to get a nice crunchy coating. I liked these just fine, but it was a lot of preparation and they didn't taste much different than regular stuffing to me! There were leftovers and usually when I make stuffing there are none left.
My girls and I made these little stuffing balls last night with a ham dinner. The melted butter, onions, celery and thyme smelled absolutely delicious on the stove, but the herbs from the herbed stuffing mix was overpowering. I will probably tackle this one again this weekend and try using plain, dried white bread cubes instead.
I loved these!! So easy and a fun way to eat stuffing. I like my stuffing cruchy so I let it bake a little bit longer. Thanks so much for a great recipe!!
Looking for an oyster dressing recipe and found this. I did add a can of oysters, sage and poultry seasoning. Took it to Christmas dinner with my husbands family and a lot of them who would try it loved it. I made them 3 days in advance and froze them on a tray and put in a ziploc. Next year will make it without the oysters so everyone can enjoy it. Great Recipe! Thank you!
Ingeniousâ€¦ this year we spent Thanksgiving in a travel trailer,(moving) imagining the nightmare making Thanksgiving in a half kitchen, We I said, â€œAre you kidding No way!â€� So my planâ€¦ make everything Ordureâ€™s! This recipe fit perfect made the stuffing the day before and left out the egg until the next day! The family loved our Ordureâ€™ Thanksgiving meal. Thank you for the recipe
You are so creative.
I made these using veggie broth and some added poultry seasoning as appetizers on Christmas Eve. I had to use a lot more broth to make the stuffing mix soft enough to form, but that may have been due to my choice of packaged cubes (used Pepperidge Farms herb mix). In any case, they were absolutely terrific! So much so, that my vegetarian daughter has already requested them for next Thanksgiving in place of her former favorite vegetarian dressing. I made them ahead of time and just reheated for five minutes in the toaster over....perfect! Thanks for sharing such a fun and tasty recipe, Pixie!
Thank you so much. This was just what I needed. I just added some smoked bacon and breakfast sausage. The result was the highlight of my Christmas buffett. I baked them early in the day and was done in no time. This is a KEEPER. Thanks you Pixie
Loved them ! This would be a nice treat when your craving dressing in June ! Easy and went over well for our buffet !