This dish goes by many names, but, whatever you call it, you’re bound to recognise it. From what I’ve found, this would technically be a dressing because it’s not stuffed in anything. But, as I’ve grown up calling it stuffing, I’m keeping the term in general.
My mom veganized her personal stuffing recipe for me for the first time a few years back. Since then, it’s quickly become one of the highlights of my Thanksgiving each year! Drizzled with vegan gravy, spread on a post-Thanksgiving leftover sandwich, or standing on its own, vegan stuffing is an easy, delicious addition to any holiday spread!
We use this almost exclusively for Thanksgiving, and occasionally for Christmas or Easter, too. That being said, there’s no reason you couldn’t use this any other time of the year!
This vegan stuffing/dressing is filled with lots of bread, spices, and general happiness. Yum? Yum.
Stuffing, dressing, filling, or whatever else you may call it, you’re bound to enjoy this one.
- 1 bag Stuffing Bread Cubes
- 2 stalks Celery chopped
- 1 Onion medium, chopped
- 2 cups Vegetable Broth
- 2 tsp Poultry Seasoning
- Salt & Pepper to taste
- 2 Potatoes Large
Saute Onion and Celery until lightly brown.
Peel and dice potato and boil until softened - mash (you can add vegan-friendly butter and almond milk as well if desired)
In a large bowl, combine stuffing cubes, mashed potatoes, onions, celery, broth and seasoning. Mix until well combined.
Add to a large casserole dish and bake - covered a 350 degrees for one hour
Will our vegan stuffing make an appearance at your Thanksgiving table this year? Let us know what you think of the finished product!