Enjoy the fruity, savory flavoring of this Crockpot Cranberry Apple Stuffing. Made with low sodium chicken stock, whole wheat bread, and whole ingredients.
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Now, let me tell you a little bit about this stuffing. This. Stuffing.
I am addicted to stuffing. It is quite possibly my favorite side dish during the holiday times. I made this dish with wheat bread cubes, I was able to find some pre-dried stuffing at a local health foods market. Anything to save time! But if you are wanting to use gluten free bread, or a particular bread of your choice and you have the time then definitely make your own dried bread cubes. The stuffing is mixed with low sodium chicken stock, eggs, and the minimum amount of butter I could get by with and still have it be perfectly moist. If you prefer a slightly drier stuffing, then you can try lowering the amount of butter. I did use unsalted butter for this recipe.
This is such an easy side dish to make, you can make it on the stove top, or in a baking dish as well, cooking times could vary. I enjoyed the ease of using my crockpot. It also frees up my oven for all the other baking I have going on that day! The fruitiness of this dish made it a definite winner with my kids!
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And this stuffing recipe is bomb.
I hope you enjoyed the recipe and will follow along on my cooking adventures:
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