Target and Walmart: Cheap Stove Top Stuffing

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I just paid a quick visit to both Target and Walmart and noticed the following deals on Stove Top Stuffing:

At Walmart

Stove Top Stuffing $1
Use $1/2 Stove Top printable coupon
Pay $1 for two boxes after coupon

At Target

Stove Top Stuffing $0.87 (clearance)
Use $1/2 Stove Top printable coupon
Pay $0.84 for two boxes after coupon

Here is my question to you, how do you use Stove Top stuffing on recipes (besides using it for the obvious use of turkey stuffing)?

Comments

  1. Elizabeth Piwnicki says:

    I have a yummy casserole that I make often with Stove Top.

    1box stove top
    4 boneless/skinless chicken breast
    1 16oz jar salsa
    2 cups of mexican shredded cheese

    Pre-heat oven to 350-375 degrees. Make Stove Top accroding to box directions. Grease (cooking spray) a 9×11 dish. Put the cooked Stove Top in the dish evenly coating the bottom. Then cut the chicken breasts in to lenth-wise strips and lay them on top of the stove top (Chicken should be raw- uncooked) Pour your jar of salsa over the chicken and top the whole dish with the the shredded cheese. Cover (I cover all with foil) and bake for 45-60 minutes in oven! Serve with sour cream and I do a green salad or green beans on the side! Enjoy!!!

  2. Sheila says:

    We LOOOOVE the Stove Top Bruschetta Bake. I use cooked chicken and greatly decrease the baking time. Here’s the recipe, but our’s never looks like that picture!!! Use a 9×13 baking pan and spray w/ Pam etc. so the cheese doesn’t stick. Yummy and quick!!
    http://www.kraftrecipes.com/recipes/bruschetta-chicken-bake-65546.aspx

  3. Angela says:

    Go to kraft.com. There are so many recipes using stuffing! You can enter ingredients you have and choose a type of meal. (Or find a friend who has their recipe magazines that you can browse through. They have a new one quarterly, and until recently they were free if you signed up.)

  4. cheryl says:

    I love making pork chops and Stovetop together. This is so easy and everyone loves it. Spray a 9 x 13 pan with non stick spray.
    Place six boneless pork chops in the bottom then cover the chops with a box of chicken flavored stuffing. Add enough water to make the stuffing very moist. Cover with foil and bake at 350 for about 45 minutes. Make sure you cover it because it is moister that way. You can add melted cheese, french fried onions or whatever you like to the top, or not! If you use very thin chops reduce the cooking time and add more time for real thick ones. Serve with the stuffing on top of the meat, it’s yummy.

  5. Amanda says:

    I use stuffing instead of breadcrumbs in meatloaf. Also prepared stuffing with thick-sliced lunchmeat wrapped around it, covered in gravy, heat through in the oven.

  6. Sandy says:

    Spray baking dish.
    Put down a layer of chicken breasts.
    Cover with a layer of mozzarella.
    Make stove top to directions and add a can of cream of chicken soup.
    Pour that mixture over the chicken and cheese.
    Bake at 350 for 1 hour.

  7. Kristina L. says:

    I got a 5.00 Target Gift Card coupon(in this Sunday SS insert) for if you buy one Scrubbing Bubbles Extend-a Clean starter kit. They are on sale for 7.99 today and you can use the 5.00 off coupon from the 4/11SS to make it 2.99 and you get the 5.00 gift card. I just did this today at Target.

  8. Rachel says:

    I use it in meatloaf.

  9. jennie says:

    Betty Crocker has a good recipe for stuffed pork chops using cornbread stuffing. It is pretty good.

  10. Jordyn says:

    My family’s favorite recipe EVER uses Stove Top Stuffing. We just found it about 6 months ago at http://www.tammysrecipes.com/farmhouse_chicken. You have to try it. We add veggies to ours and it is amazing.

  11. Angelique says:

    I combine 4 boneless chicken breasts,2 boxes stove top,and 6C chicken gravy in the crockpot,cook on low 8 hours,yummy!

  12. Marcia S says:

    I got 4 boxs of stove top at Target yesterday and got a CAT for $1/2 :)

  13. Holly says:

    We use Stovetop in Spinach balls. Even the kids like them!

    http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Spinach-Balls/Detail.aspx

  14. becca says:

    We received the most amazing chicken pot pie dish when we had our baby and it’s now one of our favorites and the staple meal we make for others! Hope you enjoy it as much as we have!

    Stuffing Pot Pie
    4 Cups cooked cut-up veggies (or 2 large bags of frozen veggies) I use 1 can corn, 1 can diced carrots, 2 can green beans, 1 can cubed new potatoes.
    1 can Cream of Celery soup
    1 can Cream of Potato soup
    1 cup milk
    2 Cups cubed COOKED chicken (rotisserie is easiest)
    4 cups or 2 boxes prepared stuffing (I like Stove Top for Chicken)

    Combine everything but stuffing in large mixing bowl. Pour mixture into 3 qt glass baking dish and top with prepared stuffing mix. Bake at 400 degrees for 25 minutes until stuffing is golden brown. This freezes really well so you can make it in advance or take a frozen meal to someone that needs it!

  15. Rebecca says:

    Pork chops and stuffing under the broiler! 1 can Cream of Celery soup (undiluted), 6 pork chops (I like the thin sliced ones so I am sure they cook thoroughly), 1 box Stove Top prepared as directed. Place your pork chops on the broiler pan, top each with a scoop of prepared stuffing and then spoon soup over each one. Place under broiler until chops are done (this will vary based on the thickness of your pork chops, so be careful!) Super fast and super easy :)

  16. JESSICA says:

    I use stove top in meatloaf instead of cracker/bread crumbs. I also use it in meatballs.

  17. SassyMarie says:

    There are two things that my family loves with stuffing (as well as just having plain stuffing)…

    1.
    Make the stuffing to directions and then put into the bottom of a casserole dish (flattened into a layer). Lay cooked tenderloins over the stuffing. Heat up 2 cans of Cream of Chicken soup with 3/4 c milk. Pour over the chicken. Bake for 20 minutes at 350.

    2.
    Make the stuffing to directions and then put into the bottom of a casserole dish (flattened into a layer). Put diced chicken over the stuffing. Make two bags of Betty Crocker mashed potatoes to directions and then layer on top of stuffing / chicken. Cover with crescent rolls (no seam) to make a crust.
    Bake to crescent roll directions.

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