Homemade Bread Stuffing
Posted by infinitygoods on October 16, 2007
If your family refuses to eat the ends of bread loaves or you get some hard leftovers, don’t throw them out. I have a tip just in time for Thanksgiving dinner. Just start saving them for your stuffing.
Accumulate them in a freezer bag and either tear up in small pieces or use your food processor. Add your favorite spices and butter and you’re ready to stuff your bird (even chicken). For better taste, I also add any of the following: ground sausage meat, celery, apples, raisins, broth, and/or sherry.
You’ve used bread your family would normally throw out, you get better stuffing than what you get in those boxes, you save money, and it’s always at the ready in the freezer. It’s great, so start saving now for your Thanksgiving and Christmas turkeys and your any day chickens.
I have two tips today, so be sure to read my other post about a child’s first haircut.
If you missed my other WFMW tips, here they are:
And don’t forget to stop by Shannon’s Rocks in My Dryer for lots more tips from all the participants.