Guest Post @ Wonderland Kitchen (Crockpot Stuffing)

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  1. This would free up space in the oven or on the stovetop. A good way to go.

  2. Sounds perfect, I love crocpot recipes

  3. Great guest post, Erin! It was good with the Q & A to get to know you a little better too 🙂

    And good luck with your first Thankgiving cooking!! I’m sure you will do great!

  4. Joanne says:

    I loved your guest post! But truly, you had me at stuffing. You could have posted anything and I would have been happy.

  5. Yummy! It sounds so good. 🙂

  6. Katie says:

    Thank you for doing such a wonderful guest post on my new kitchen blog! Sending you much blessings this Thanksgiving week and always,


  7. Lisa says:

    Great guest post on a way to save time when making the Thanksgiving dinner. Congrats on the first year that you will be making the whole feast. It’s definitely a challenge. The first year I ever did it, we started too late and didn’t eat until 10:30 at night. Live and learn, right? But, over the years, I’ve come to plan better and it all works out. Hope your first one is an absolute success that will have your guests raving and heading for seconds and thirds. From the looks of your stuffing, you’re off to a great start.

  8. Kristen says:

    Dressing in the crockpot is such a time/space saver. Great post!!

  9. Great guest post Erin…wonderful way to do dressing 🙂
    I hope you have a great time hosting your first full fledged Thanksgiving dinner, you will do great!

  10. Shannon says:

    Your first Thanksgiving meal! You go girl. Just remember to breathe and enjoy! Don’t stress! My first Thanksgiving meal I caught the sweet potato casserole on fire. Literally on FIRE! Flames were shooting all over the oven. We never laughed so hard!

    I gave you an award today!

    Happy Thanksgiving

  11. Love it! I love my crockpot, and stuffing is just my FAVORITE, so combining them is a stroke of genius. Why hadn’t I thought of that before?!

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