Bundt Pan Sausage Stuffing
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Preparing Sausage Stuffing in a bundt pan is so easy. The presentation is beautiful and it frees up casserole dishes for other sides at Thanksgiving, or any time of the year!
Thanksgiving is probably the best holiday because there are just so many yummy recipes we get to enjoy! Just imagine a feast filled with a Smoked Turkey Breast, Butternut Squash Kale Salad and Cranberry Apple Moscow Mule Punch! And no Thanksgiving dinner would be complete without my favorite part, the stuffing!
If you’ve never thought about making sausage stuffing in a bundt pan, now’s the time to start!
It’s a totally new and fun way to serve stuffing, the presentation is beautiful and it frees up casserole dishes for other Thanksgiving day favorites like this Brussels Sprout Casserole and Spicy Creamed Corn!
If you’re attending or throwing a Friendsgiving bash, this is the perfect stuffing dish with a twist that will impress all of your friends!
Table of contents
- Pork sausage – you’ll want loose sausage. Mild or hot will both work for this recipe, depending on your spice preference.
- Red onion
- Garlic cloves
- Fresh sage
- Black pepper
- Stuffing – any bagged or boxed stuffing mix will work for this recipe. Unfortunately King’s Hawaiian no longer makes the bagged stuffing you see pictured in this post. Pepperidge Farm makes a great Herb Seasoned Stuffing that’s available online or in some major grocery stores.
- Chicken broth
Step by step instructions
- Cook the sausage in a large skillet on the stove over medium heat. Once the sausage is cooked through, remove the skillet from the stove, drain any grease, then place the cooked sausage in a large mixing bowl.
- Cook the veggies. Add the butter to the same pan you cooked the sausage. After the butter has melted, add the celery and onion. Cook for 4-5 minutes.
- Season. Add crushed garlic, salt, pepper and sage to the skillet with the veggies and cook for 1-2 minutes. Transfer the veggies to the bowl with the sausage.
- Prepare the stuffing. Add the bag of stuffing, eggs and chicken broth to the bowl with the sausage and veggies. Toss lightly to combine all of the ingredients.
- Fill the pan. Coat the inside of a bundt pan with cooking spray then press the sausage stuffing in the pan.
- Bake. Place in a preheated 400°F oven uncovered for 30-40 minutes.
- Serve. After removing the stuffing from the oven, let it rest for at least 10 minutes. Flip the bundt pan over onto a cutting board to remove the stuffing from the pan. Slice and dig in!
Frequently asked questions
- Do I need to grease a nonstick bundt pan? It is highly recommended to grease any bundt pan to ensure everything comes out in one piece. Cooking spray is the best option for this, as it will evenly coat the pan.
- Is stuffing better with or without eggs? Stuffing, this recipe in particular, is definitely better when eggs are added. It helps to bind everything together and makes the texture light and fluffy.
- How do you know when stuffing is done? Bake your stuffing until the internal temperature reaches 165°F.
- What is the difference between dressing and stuffing? Dressing is cooked outside of a turkey, while stuffing is cooked inside the turkey. So technically this is Sausage Dressing, not stuffing, but I won’t tell if you won’t!
What to serve with stuffing
Whether it be the holidays, or any other time of the year, stuffing goes well with any of these recipes.
- Smoked Turkey Breast
- Blackened Beef Tenderloin
- Maple Bacon Brussels Sprouts
- Broccoli Cheese Casserole
- Green Beans with Bacon, Pecans, and Blue Cheese
- Instant Pot Mashed Potatoes
More stuffing recipes
Is stuffing your favorite part of Thanksgiving? Mine too! That’s why I eat it year round and you should too! Try all of these delicious stuffing recipes, anytime of the year!
- Everything Bagel Stuffing
- Slow Cooker Sweet Potato Stuffing
- Stuffing Biscuits
- Instant Pot Turkey Soup with Stuffing Dumplings – a great use for leftover stuffing!
- Cream Cheese Stuffing Jalapeño Poppers
- Sausage Stuffing Balls
Bundt Pan Sausage Stuffing
- 1 lb pork sausage
- 2 tbsp butter
- 3 stalks celery, chopped
- 1 cup red onion, diced
- 2 garlic cloves, crushed
- ¼ tsp salt
- ½ tsp black pepper
- 2 tbsp fresh sage, chopped
- 10 oz bag stuffing mix
- 4 eggs, whisked
- 2 cups chicken broth
- Preheat the oven to 400°F.
- Cook the sausage in a large skillet on the stove over medium heat.
- Once the sausage is cooked through, remove from the skillet and place in a large mixing bowl.
- Place the skillet back on the stove and add the butter.
- Once the butter is melted, add the celery and onion.
- Cook for 4-5 minutes, then add the crushed garlic, salt, pepper and sage.
- Cook for an additional 1-2 minutes.
- Remove from the heat and add to the sausage.
- Add the bag of stuffing, eggs and chicken broth. Toss lightly to combine.
- Coat the inside of a bundt pan with cooking spray then press the stuffing into the pan.
- Place in the oven and bake uncovered 30-40 minutes.
- Let rest for at least 10 minutes, then flip to remove from the pan, slice and serve.
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3 Comments on “Bundt Pan Sausage Stuffing”
This recipe is awesome. I added a handful of rehydrated cranberries and chopped walnuts. So delicious.
Woohoo! Those sound like great additions Rosie, thanks for sharing!
Wish this were “new”. My parents are Hungarian immigrants who came to the US 50 years ago and this has been a Thanksgiving tradition since they first arrived. I jmean t received my first Bundt pan as a wedding gift so I can keep the tradition going. It’s a hit each time my “American” friends and now extended family has it. It’s truly a ” why didn’t we think about this sooner?” Moment. Plus, it’s perfect for leftover sandwiches.