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Southwest Cornbread Stuffing

Southwest Cornbread Stuffing is a great twist on a classic holiday stuffing.

Southwest Cornbread Stuffing - mix up your holidays this year with a Southwest twist

I cannot believe that it is November, and Thanksgiving is right around the corner! This year is going by so quickly, and it is going to be Christmas before you know it! Do you have plans for Thanksgiving this year? We will be spending it with both sets of parents and my grandpa. It should be a full house with tons of good food and great company. I am sure my 9 year old will relish in the fact that he will be the only grandchild in attendance, with 2 sets of grandparents. Life can’t get much better when you are 9.

Southwest Cornbread Stuffing {Dinners, Dishes, and Desserts}

To get you ready for Thanksgiving, I have a fun twist on classic stuffing for you to try this year. For me, sausage in your stuffing is a requirement. No matter what twist you put on it, sausage is a must! This year I am pairing up with Jones Dairy Farm to bring you a delicious stuffing recipe that will be featured on the company’s brand new stuffing website – The site features so many stuffing recipes you won’t know what to do!

I used Jones Dairy Farm’s All Natural Sausage Roll to come up with a Southwest Cornbread Stuffing. Cornbread stuffing is a staple in the South, but I am pretty sure they don’t make it this way! Roasted poblaño peppers, corn, and homemade cornbread really make this stuffing unique.


Speaking of stuffing; do you call it stuffing or dressing? That is a big debate in my house. I grew up with dressing, but my husband is adamant it is stuffing. Make sure you head over to Stuffing & More to cast your vote for what the dish should be called! You can also check out more than 25 other delicious stuffing recipes while you are there (including mine)!

Southwest Cornbread Stuffing is a great twist on a classic holiday stuffing

Don’t forget to grab your $1.00 off coupon, so you can whip up the perfect stuffing this Thanksgiving. Be sure to follow Jones Dairy on Facebook and Twitter so you can keep up to date on all the latest happenings and participate in giveaways this month!

Click here to get the recipe for Southwest Cornbread and Jones Sausage Stuffing

**This recipe is sponsored by Jones Dairy.  All thoughts and opinions are 100% my own.  Thank you for helping to support the brands that I love.

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Thursday 6th of November 2014

This is making me so excited about Thanksgiving. LOVE this!!

Anne-Marie @ This Mama Cooks! On a Diet

Tuesday 4th of November 2014

Your recipe looks delicious. I love the pieces of whole corn in it. I'm going to be doing something similar this year, I think, but with spicy chorizo sausage.


Tuesday 4th of November 2014

Love the southwest twist on this dish! A must-try!

Carol at Wild Goose Tea

Tuesday 4th of November 2014

Yes, the beloved grandson is going to have a MOST wonderful time. But I suspect you all will. The gathering of family is never to be taken for grant it. I love sausage in my dressing. Adding corn is terrific idea. I like to change up my dressing every year. But I know there are people out there who have a tried and true recipe.

Christiane ~ Taking On Magazines

Tuesday 4th of November 2014

I started smiling when I read that your nine year-old was going to be the only grandchild in in the bunch. You're right; he's going to have a hey-day. I hope he makes the best of it. :) I've yet to try a cornbread stuffing, but I'm loving the fact that there's sausage in yours. It must infuse the whole dish with so much flavor and those awesome sausage spices.

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