Thanksgiving Stuffing

Today’s post is for Thanksgiving stuffing or dressing. This recipe was given to me by my mother but it is my grandmother’s recipe.

Grandma Dunbar’s Thanksgiving Dressing
Dried breadcrumbs – one loaf, tear into small pieces or cube
Chopped celery – four stalks, sliced
Sage – one teaspoon
Poultry seasoning – one teaspoon
Onion – one medium sized, diced
Margarine – one cup, melted
Chicken broth – on cup
Egg – one
Mushrooms – on cup, sliced

Combine all ingredients in a crockpot mixing well. Let cook on low for at least four hours. It will moisten as it cooks.

It’s a simple as that. I’ve made it for a few years and I’ve never had anyone (well minus my kids) tell me it wasn’t delicious. I hope you have a Happy Thanksgiving! And for my Canadian friends, enjoy the weekend!

10 thoughts on “Thanksgiving Stuffing

  1. FINALLY someone else who uses dried bread (croutons) instead of just stale soft bread. My inlaws (and pretty much everyone that works at a grocery store in a 10 mile radius) think I'm nuts when I ask for toasted bread.With that being said, mushrooms? No thanks. And why margarine and not butter?


  2. Dressing is my favorite part !!! looks like you have a good oneI make AWESOME dressing (even if I do say so myself, but the fam loves it)try adding a little italian sausage (fried up)pine nutswater chestnutseven a few dried cranberriesand the rest is what you also have in your recipeand did you know, if you let your turkey soak in apple juice for 24 hours before cooking it makes it incredibly TENDERI will sooooooo miss the American Thanksgiving this year. It just doesn't feel the same having it in October.I told hubby I would sit with a whole pumpkin pie on my lap tomorrow and watch footballand p.s. We live in Alberta, almost 1 1/2 hours from Banff


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