Just Say No to Bland Potatoes – Stove Top Stuffing Giveaway

Growing up, almost every meal we had was served with a side of mashed potatoes. Now, I like potatoes as much as the next person, but my kids surprisingly don’t care for them all that much. Not to mention, they take a long time to peel, cook and mash! Stove Top stuffing on the other hand takes only minutes to prepare and is packed full of delicious flavor!

Did you know that Stove Top Stuffing is available in 8 great flavors? I know, I had no idea either. I do know that they make a great tasting cornbread stuffing that is by far my favorite among their flavors. Stuffing is a great side and is so versatile. From chicken to meat load, stuffing goes with almost anything.


Have a few picky eaters in the bunch like me? My youngest swears off anything he things isn’t peanut butter and jelly. The Stove Top website has a wide range of products and recipes that can help with that, including a resealable Stove Top Stuffing canister that can make as few or as many servings as you need. There are great mix in recipes that can help you “trick” the little ones into tasting Stove Top and giving it a try for the first time.

* I received a Stove Top Stuffing gift pack for the purpose of review, but no other compensation was received in exchange for this post. All thoughts and opinions expressed here are entirely my own. 

251 Comments

  1. I have an apple stuffed pork chop recipe we love. We use apple juice instead of water to make the stove top and it's so flavorful!

  2. I use it to make chicken and dressing and serve with baked apples and green beans.
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  3. I make a turkey meatloaf and this is a great side to that meal.
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  4. Last night, I made Hot Browns but instead of using toast, I used StoveTop which I lightly broiled before adding the turkey and sauce. It was amazing! asthenight at gmail dot com

  5. I love to make Stove-Top Dressing with raw hamburger mixed in, then put it in a chicken or Turkey and roast in a roasting bag until done. Our family loves it. We have had it every Thanksgiving since Stove-Top began.
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  6. I make a chicken casserole (shredded chicken, cream of mushroom soup, milk, and mushrooms) and topped with Stove Top stuffing before baking. It's so yummy!

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  7. well i love it with the traditional turkey. i guess i am old fashion.
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  8. The most favorite meal to serve Stove Top stuffing with will have to be with Thanksgiving Dinner
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  9. I like to add chopped spinach,chopped pecans, and shredded cheese to Stovetop and roll the mixture with pounded flat chicken breasts.
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  10. I like to serve stuffing with a roasted chicken and some lovely green vegetables. 🙂

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  11. We use Stove Top with oven baked chicken and mashed potatoes.

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  12. i like the casserole of stovetop mixed with cream of chicken soup and chicken breasts baked on top.
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  13. my favorite meal to serve stove stop stuffing with is turkey and gravy
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  14. good old turkey and the fixings of course!
    altho I have had some success using Stove Top as a filler in my meatloaf.

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  15. Of course, I use it with chicken and turkey but my fave new way is I use it to make meatloaf. Easy and delicious.

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  16. I like Stovetop (the cornbread kind) with turkey and cranberry sauce. Email: yona(at)pricelesswriters.com

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  19. Thanks for the giveaway…we like StoveTop Stuffing with pork chops !

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