Classic Thanksgiving Stuffing Recipe – Crunchy Creamy Sweet



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This Classic Thanksgiving Stuffing recipe is the best! So much better than the stuff from a box and so easy to make from scratch. The secret is melted butter and celery leaves. 

This stuffing is perfect with Oven Roasted Turkey Breast and my Classic Sweet Potato Casserole.

For years, I have been making Thanksgiving stuffing from a box. It’s just something about the flavor and aroma that just takes us back to holiday dinners of our childhood. But slowly, over the years, I have been working on my fail-proof recipes for each holiday dish. Now, I finally have my favorite, better-than-the-box Thanksgiving stuffing recipe! My secret ingredients? Celery leaves and melted butter!


  • French bread
  • celery (stalks and leaves)
  • onion
  • butter
  • poultry seasoning: sage, thyme and rosemary
  • broth: chicken, turkey or vegetable
  • salt and pepper

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