Our Thanksgiving Table with Our Favorite Stuffing

Our Thanksgiving Table with are Favorite Stuffing
Our Thanksgiving Table with Our Favorite Stuffing

Thanksgiving is right around the corner! That means that many are already thinking of what they’re eating and how they will set their tables. This is Our Thanksgiving Table with Our Favorite Stuffing. I’ll share with you a delicious stuffing recipe that will make you want to eat it all. I am apart of a wonderful Thanksgiving blog hop, hosted by Amber at Follow the Yellow Brick Home. So make sure you keep reading till the end, to check out some more beautiful Thanksgiving and Fall decor.

Our Thanksgiving Table with Our Favorite Stuffing
Our Thanksgiving Table with Our Favorite Stuffing

Fall is so pretty here in the Pacific Northwest, the colors only last for a couple of weeks then the rain begins. Check out my Instagram stories here for a look around the Pnw. I love to show off old barns in the area and all the gorgeous Fall colors.

Our Thanksgiving Table with Our Favorite Stuffing
Our Thanksgiving Table with Our Favorite Stuffing

Stuffing is oh so delicious! I will share with you below, one of my favorite stuffing recipes. You can even print it out and try it yourself, but of course tell me how it goes! Oh and if you want our other top recipes go see my post here.

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Stuffing
Prep Time 5 Minutes
Cook Time 1 Hour
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Ingredients
Prep Time 5 Minutes
Cook Time 1 Hour
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Melt two sticks of butter in a skillet over medium heat
  2. Add celery and saute until soft about 8-10 minutes
  3. Add onion to the skillet and cook until translucent and season with salt and pepper. Remove from heat
  4. Preheat oven to 350
  5. Place torn bread pieces on a baking sheet and bake for about 10 minutes or until bread is toasted. Use two baking sheets if needed
  6. Pour celery, onion, and butter mixture over the bread
  7. Sprinkle the poultry seasoning evenly over the bread
  8. Season with salt and pepper
  9. Slowly add in the chicken broth while you mix everything together with your hand
  10. Make sure there are no dry pieces of bread, everything should be moist
  11. Transfer bread mixture to a casserole dish and cover with foil and bake at 350 for 35-40 minutes
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Our Thanksgiving Table with Our Favorite Stuffing
Our Thanksgiving Table with Our Favorite Stuffing

For the plate decor I just went with a simple apple. You can always add a name tag to the stem for arranged seating. For another Thanksgiving setting idea check out my post here.

Our Thanksgiving Table with Our Favorite Stuffing

Our Thanksgiving Table with Our Favorite Stuffing

I went with a few different elements for the centerpiece. Adding flowers to a cake stand really adds height. Some nice Fall pumpkins help make it feel like Thanksgiving. I added some simple white and green ones.

Our Thanksgiving Table with Our Favorite Stuffing
Our Thanksgiving Table with Our Favorite Stuffing

Gold was the pop of color I went for. It also helps to make the space look even more elegant. If you want in on a couple more secrets on how I set tables, go check out my post here.

Our Thanksgiving Table with Our Favorite Stuffing
Our Thanksgiving Table with Our Favorite Stuffing

Pumpkins being part of the centerpiece is so trendy. They are so cute!! If you want to check out some more trendy Fall tablescapes, go check out these ones. I will include affiliate links so you can shop this look.

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Our Thanksgiving Table with are Favorite Stuffing
Our Thanksgiving Table with are Favorite Stuffing
Our Thanksgiving Table with Our Favorite Stuffing
Our Thanksgiving Table with Our Favorite Stuffing
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19 Comments

  1. Rhonda, I adore the simplicity of the apples on the plates! I am a big fan of using apples in fall decor. I love your dining area. I bet the view is spectacular! The green pumpkins are so pretty, and the addition of succulents is too cute! THank you so much for joining the hop! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving…and Be sure to make the kids DO the dishes ha ha! (Great Live Instastories today!)

  2. Rhonda I am amazed at all you accomplish so beauti ‘ love The apples, so festive and down right homey! The chargers are perfect and I cannot wait to try your stuffing mIx! 1 qUestion, do you ever sleep??? BEst wishes for a blessed holiday your blog makes me happu????❤️Take time to enjoy the b you have created, ???? Lynn

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