This is the stuffing of my childhood – minus the store bought boxed croutons and canned condensed soup that is. Before I knew better I used to absolutely love this stuff and crave it every Thanksgiving (and would be outright upset if for some reason it was left off the menu)! So I just had to sit down and figure out how to “real foodinize” this recipe so I could bring it back to our Thanksgiving table and also share it with all of you of course! And just like with any “made over” recipe that no longer contains processed ingredients or unwanted additives – it’s even better than the original. :)
Sponsor Shoutout: Plan to Eat
Just a reminder that our online recipe organization and meal planning sponsor, Plan to Eat, has their big Black Friday Sale starting the day after Thanksgiving. All annual subscriptions will be 50% off ($1.60/month)! Their website helps you organize your recipes (from blogs, cookbooks or recipe cards), keep track of what meals you want to make, and automatically generate your grocery list (from those recipes). Our blog team member Kiran lives by this website and especially loves how it helps her remember what recipes she has made (and what her family thought of them). She says, “It’s a great way to keep recipes organized all in one place that’s always accessible. I love that I create my own meal plans with it!”
They’ve got a great, quick video that explains their service in detail, and you can also check out their website to try their free 30-day trial. If you are already a Plan to Eat user (which I know many of you are!) we’d love to hear your feedback in the comments.
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