Cornbread Dressing

Cornbread Dressing


2 pans cornbread prepared and cooked cornbread (I use Gladiola Yellow Cornbread)
4 slices day-old bread, toasted (optional)
1 pkg. Pepperidge Farm herbed stuffing
1 cup butter
2 chopped white onions
1 cup green onions, chopped
3/4 stalk chopped celery (about 2-1/2 cups)
Chicken broth – at least 32 ounces. More if needed
6 raw eggs
2 tablespoons sage (More if desired)
salt and pepper
Prepare two pans of cornbread.  Let cool. This can be done the day before.
In large pan tear cornbread into small pieces, Tear toasted bread into small pieces and pour herbed stuffing on top. Stir and add eggs and stir once again.
Melt one cup butter in skillet.  Add chopped celery and white onions. Saute 15 – 20 minutes. Add a little water if needed. Let cool.  Pour over bread mixture and stir. Add spices and mix. Mixture should be very moist (add water if needed the mixture should be soupy and more sage if desired). When ready to bake, stir in chopped green onions and place in 350 oven for 1-1/2 – 2 hours. Add more broth if needed. Use covered pan and remove lid last 15-20 minutes of baking to brown top.


  1. Hi “Food And Everything Else,”

    I work for Twin Pines Landscaping, and we are putting together a bunch of our favorite Thanksgiving recipes featuring veggies to share on our social media accounts! With your permission, we’d love to share your picture and link to the recipe here on your blog! Let us know what you think!

    Thanks, and Happy Almost Thanksgiving!
    Ashley DiFranza and The Twin Pines Landscaping Team

    1. Hi Ashley. Yes you are more than welcome to share this recipe and picture. Thank you for asking. Hope you have a great Thanksgiving 🙂

      1. Thank you so much for your contribution! You can find the final post here! Feel free to “Like” us on Facebook, and share the post with your friends! Then check back next week for our explanation to how all of these veggie dishes tie back to landscaping! Thanks again!

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      2. Good afternoon! We at Twin Pines just wanted to thank you again for contributing to our Twin Pines Thanksgiving Recipe Book! (You can see the final album here!) We also wanted to let you know that we’ve posted an article on our blog that explains how we’ve tied your recipe and all the others we’ve collected in with landscaping! Check out the final article here and the ones that link to it! We promise it’s worth a read!

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