I do not know how Thanksgiving is approaching already! It is totally sneaking in. Of course, I’ve felt that way all year. A year ago, we were awaiting the finalization on everything for our house. Pretty soon we will have lived in it a year! I am always amazed at how much happens, in life, in the span of a year. Things have a way of happening that we never expect or of going in a direction we totally did not see coming.
Anyway, I digress. With Thanksgiving bearing down upon us, I thought I’d share a couple of yummy recipes for dressing. Or stuffing. What name do you call it by? There’s always the old joke that the first helping is dressing, the second helping is filling, and the third helping is stuffing!
This first recipe came from my Aunt Donna. She was my dad’s brother’s wife and she died from cancer eleven years ago. I can not believe it has been that long. My dad and his brother are the only kiddos in their family, so she was my only aunt on my dad’s side. She was a very fun and special person! She seemed to always be smiling and had a very positive outlook on life. She got headaches almost everyday, but you never would’ve known it. She and my uncle were never able to have children, but they certainly enjoyed each other and they enjoyed life. They were blessed to be able to travel a good bit and visited Israel several times. I would have loved for my children to have been able to know her.
This recipe is baked in the crockpot and is yummy and moist…and easy! Always a bonus!
Now, here are the amounts to use for a 6 quart crockpot. I had them written on the side of my recipe, so I thought I’d include that too, and save you burning mental power. 😉
Then I have another recipe that I think is super yummy! When you see the ingredients, you’ll agree. I’m tempted to try a combination of the recipes and try it in the crockpot.
Do you have a favorite recipe for dressing…or is it stuffing?
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