Top Rated Sausage Stuffing Recipes

Created by the executive chef and pitmaster of Blue Smoke, Kenny Callaghan, this stuffing recipe is a nice combination of savory and sweet. 
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Baked Butternut Squash with Italian Sausage Stuffing - a wonderful combination of savory, hearty, & cheesy, w/a hint of sweet from the butternut squash.
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Quail with Cornbread and Sausage Stuffing
Cornbread stuffing is an absolute classic during the holidays, from Thanking to New Year’s Day. With the addition of ingredients like quail eggs and sausage, you can take the cornbread stuffing to a whole new level and make a new tradition for your family to enjoy.
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Sausage-Stuffed Acorn Squash
Enjoy the taste of fall all year long with acorn squash stuffed with breadcrumbs, dried cranberries, and spicy sausage. Recipe courtesy of Jimmy Dean.
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This is one of Mark’s favorite stuffings. He loves to make stuffing and is very particular about it — he makes his own cornbread or sourdough bread, makes sure it’s not too sweet, and dries it just right so it doesn’t get mushy. The right Italian sausage is also a must — a little hot sausage with a bit of sweet sausage to balance it out. He only makes it a few times a year and wants it all to himself. Believe us, you’ll find the results are well worth the effort, and we’ve found ourselves on many a night forgoing the silverware and hovering over this dinner, picking at the meat and stuffing until it was all gone. You can substitute sweet and hot turkey sausage for the Italian sausages, if you prefer. Click here to see The Ultimate Thanksgiving Countdown: Getting Saucy.
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Sausage stuffing
This recipe will give you your daily protein. It's cooked with vegetables, making the dish heartier. Your friends and family will love your spin on the classic sausage. Click here for 5 Healthy Holiday Recipes
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Sausage-Stuffed Crescent Cornucopias
Use store-bought crescent dinner roll dough to make these easy, sausage-stuffed side dishes for Thanksgiving. This recipe comes from Pillsbury. Click Here to See More Thanksgiving Recipes
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Cranberry sauce makes an easy, tasty topper for waffles made out of biscuits!
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Apple and Sausage Stuffing with Walnuts
Try stuffing butterflied boneless pork chops and baking them for one hour covered in a large casserole with about a half cup of apple juice in the bottom of the dish. It's sure to please both kids and adults. See all apple recipes.
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Cranberry, Apple, and Sausage Stuffing
Add tons of flavor to a simple stuffing mix with fresh herbs, like rosemary, sage, and parsley. Turkey sausage cuts down on fat and calories compared to traditional pork sausage stuffing. Food Network star Robert Irvine and Gold’s Gym have teamed up for Trim the Fat Friday: offering healthy alternatives to traditional recipes and opening up Gold’s Gym locations nationwide for FREE on Friday, November 28, inviting people to come in and work off their Thanksgiving meal. Click Here to See More Thanksgiving Recipes
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Sausage-Stuffed Acorn Squash
Squash can be intimidating. Ok, steam it and serve it as a purée, or peel, cube, and roast it until crispy in the corners, tender inside, and with a rich caramelized exterior. Delicious. But after a couple of times, it can get monotonous. For someone gluten- and corn-free like me, finding healthy carbohydrates to satisfy my hankering can be a challenge. Stuffed acorn squash is one of my new favorite go-tos. Start with sausage, or for vegetarians, a base of brown rice. Supplement with sweeteners (honey or maple syrup) and spices as you wish, then add a variety of flavorings from cherries and pine nuts to something exotic, like pineapple, coconut, and chopped macadamia nuts. You can even try greens — kale, miso, and a garnish of scallion sounds delicious, doesn’t it? Click here to see the Simple Ingredients Made Spectacular story.
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