Classic Thanksgiving dressing is made with simple ingredients, is easy to prepare (and can be prepped ahead) and will be your favorite side dish on the holiday table!
We are two weeks from turkey day my friends, and I cannot wait! All the food, all the family, all the fun! 🦃❤️
And as far as looking ahead, I have to say that Thanksgiving dressing is probably my very favorite part of the big meal.
Something about how comforting it is, the delicious mix of flavors and textures and the way you can pair a bite with pretty much everything else on the plate… well, it speaks to me.
I’ve previously shared my turkey sausage and apple dressing, which is super flavorful and a more recent favorite at our holiday table. I started making it 5 or so years ago and we love it.
But today’s recipe for classic Thanksgiving dressing, this is what I grew up with. And this is what I come back to time and time again.
It was originally my aunt Edith’s recipe, and she was the one in charge of the Thanksgiving meal when I was a kid. (The rest of us were there to take orders. Or to stay out of the way. 😂)
It’s made with simple, basic ingredients and it’s really easy to put together. And yet it has such warm, delicious flavors running throughout it.
It’s the perfect complement to your roast turkey and all the other gorgeous side dishes on your holiday table.
(But secretly, I bet it’ll be your favorite dish too!)…