The classic recipe for Pepperidge Farm stuffing is a favorite for a reason. It's easy to make and the whole family loves it!
My mom was the queen of making homemade stuffing when I was growing up so I grew up loving stuffing - and what's not to love?
The beloved Pepperidge Farm stuffing recipe is one of those delicious stuffing recipes that people love and for good reason!
Our take on this easy recipe serves up everything you love about the original recipe - it's a simple recipe everyone loves.
Why We Love This Copycat Pepperidge Farm Stuffing Recipe
When I am looking to serve up an easy and delicious stuffing recipe this take on the Pepperidge Farm stuffing is one of my favorite recipes.
The stuffing mixture comes right out of the package and mixes up easily so you don't need to worry about bread cubes or keeping stale bread on hand.
This easy stuffing makes a great Thanksgiving stuffing that can be bake in a casserole dish like a dressing recipe or stuffed in the turkey cavity.
You can easily prep it in advance to serve the next day or whip it up right before serving. It comes together with just a few basic steps in no time.
It's also super easy to dress it up by adding things like dried cranberries, Italian sausage, pecans or lots of fresh herbs making it really versatile and delicious.
Pepperidge Farm Stuffing Recipe
To make this easy copycat recipe, you will need:
- Pepperidge Farm Herb Seasoned Stuffing
- Chicken broth or chicken stock
- Salt and pepper
- Casserole dish
- Wooden spoon
Step 1. Melt the butter over medium heat in a large skillet then add the diced onion and celery to the melted butter.
Step 2. Cook for 5-6 minutes or until the veggies have softened and the onions are translucent.
Step 3. Bump the heat to medium-high heat, add the broth and bring to a boil.
Step 4. Remove the pan from the heat then add the Pepperidge Farm stuffing mix to the broth mixture.
Step 5. Use a large wooden spoon to fold everything together until the stuffing is moistened and has soaked up all the broth.
Step 6. Transfer the stuffing mixture into a casserole dish prepared in advance with a generous spray of non-stick cooking spray.
Step 7. Cover and bake for 30 minutes or until the center of the stuffing is warm. For a crunchier stuffing, bake uncovered.
How To Serve Pepperidge Farm Stuffing
You can serve our copycat Pepperidge Farm stuffing recipe for Thanksgiving dinner or for dinner any night of the week. There's no special occasion required!
It's also delicious paired with our Instant Pot pork tenderloin recipe or the leftover stuffing is just as tasty served with lunch the day after your feast.
While not a traditional homemade stuffing recipe, I am a firm believer this is the best stuffing to make when you crave a delicious herb stuffing but don't have a ton of time.
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