This post is sponsored by REAL® Seal. Sausage Apple and Herb Stuffing.
We’re down to a week before Thanksgiving. I’m not sure where this year has gone. It’s Thanksgiving y’all. Insert slight panic attack. I’d like to re-wind to spring but we all know that can’t happen. SO I guess I’ll get myself pulled together and start prepping for Thanksgiving. We all know that the Turkey is the main man of the big bust your pants open day but I’m all about that stuffing y’all. True story. Carbs have my heart. Always will so I’m sharing a super simple but flavorful stuffing recipe as part of REAL® SEAL’s Virtual Thanksgiving Dinner Party. Each day this week a blogger will showcase a different course to this dinner party. Today it’s my day. I’m putting on my oven mitts, and pulling this Sausage, Apple and Herb Stuffing out of the oven.
It’s not a dinner party without SEVERAL dishes. That would be sad if not yeah? Throughout this week Real Seal will share Thanksgiving recipes from bloggers to inspire you to incorporate more dairy into your holiday meal on the REAL Seal Facebook page. They’re also running a fun Pin to Win it contest! You can Pin your favorite dairy-inspired dishes for a chance to win $100. Who couldn’t use an extra $100 bucks right? Just visit the REAL Seal Facebook page , click on the “Promotions” tab to get all the details and directions on how to enter for your chance to win.
This stuffing recipe will compliment your bird nicely. It comes together quickly on the stove top and then you’ll just pop it into the oven to bake the half an hour away. Easy peasy, just the way we like our side dishes.
Want MORE THANKSGIVING RECIPES? Check out our FAVORITE RECIPES FOR YOUR THANKSGIVING TABLE post.
Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Real Seal. I was compensated for my time. Opinions are my own. Always have been. Always will be.
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