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Product Highlight: Martin’s Potatobred Stuffing

by Martin's Famous Pastry Shoppe, Inc.

Looking for a soft, buttery, delicious bread to use for your upcoming holiday meals? You’ve come to the right place! Martin’s Potatobred Stuffing is perfect for all your Thanksgiving stuffing recipes, winter casserole dishes, and Christmas bread puddings and desserts! Learn more about it in this month’s Product Highlight. Plus—scroll down for some delicious seasonal and year-round recipes!

About Martin’s Potatobred Stuffing

Martin’s Potatobred Stuffing is a pre-cubed, soft stuffing mix made from the same recipe as our regular Potato Bread. The slight sweetness of the bread along with its buttery taste makes it adaptable for both sweet and savory recipes. It works well for everything from Chocolate Bread Pudding to Sausage Stuffing! Check out our recipes below to see these ideas and more.

The stuffing cubes are lightly toasted and perfectly sized for use in all types of casseroles and stuffing dishes; small enough to mix well with other ingredients, but not so small that they crumble or become mushy when absorbed with liquid. For more on how Martin’s compares to other store-bought stuffing brands, check out this taste test by Serious Eats.

Why is it Called “Potatobred” Stuffing?
No, we didn’t misspell “potato bread.” The unique spelling is actually a play on words, illustrating that the bread is bred from (as in produced or derived from) our Potato Bread products… A glimpse into the mind of our president, Jim Martin. 🙂

Don’t be fooled by the work “Stuffing” in the name. These bread cubes are perfect year-round for all types of casseroles, baked desserts, or even homemade croutons or breadcrumbs! Find more inspiration below.

More Facts about Martin’s Potatobred Stuffing:

  • 100 Calories per serving (about 1 cup)
  • Made with high-quality ingredients including high protein wheat flour, real milk, potato flour, yeast, and real sugar.
  • No High Fructose Corn Syrup
  • No Artificial Dyes
  • No Azodicarbonamide (ADA)
  • No Trans Fats
  • Non-GMO
  • Kosher classification of “K Dairy”

Learn more about Martin’s Potatobred Stuffing at: https://potatorolls.com/products/potatobred-stuffing


Image Courtesy of: Tastes of Lizzy T

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Stuffing Recipes:

Of course, the most popular use for Martin’s Potatobred Stuffing is in its name: stuffing! While it is typically a seasonal dish enjoyed for fall/winter holidays (particularly Thanksgiving), there are plenty of ways to liven up your stuffing for year-round enjoyment.

Try these creative spins on your classic stuffing, including fun flavor add-ins and exciting variations.

Featured: Bacon Apple Stuffins (Stuffing Muffins)

A wonderful, modern twist on a traditional stuffing recipe. These baked stuffing muffins, filled with diced apples and chopped crispy bacon, make the perfect flavorful side dish for your next holiday (or any day) meal. Plus—they make convenient single-serve portions. Try them for your next #FriendsGiving!

Bacon Apple Stuffins

Fried Stuffing Balls

Deep-fried sausage and herb stuffing turned bite-sized appetizer. Perfect for holiday get-togethers and party hors d’oeuvres!

 

Cheddar Herb Stuffing

This savory recipe, by blogger Tastes of Lizzy T, gives stuffing a contemporary spin. With the addition of sharp cheddar cheese, dill, and chives, you can enjoy this recipe any time of year!

Cheddar Herb Stuffing

 

Stuffed Pork Chops

This recipe, by blogger The Cozy Cook, is another great anytime meal. She first slices a pocket inside several boneless pork chops, then fills them with a sausage and cranberry herbed stuffing made with Martin’s Potatobred Stuffing Cubes. The stuffed pork chops are then seasoned, baked, and served alongside roasted potatoes and green beans.

Find the full recipe at https://thecozycook.com/stuffed-pork-chops.

Stuffed Pork Chops

 
More Stuffing Recipes

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Other Uses for Potatobred Stuffing:

Martin’s Potatobred Soft Cubed Stuffing makes a convenient base for any type of bread-based casserole or dessert. You can also pulse it into breadcrumbs for a crumb crust, or leave in small toasted cubes to use as a topping for casseroles and the like.

Get creative—Try these new ways to use Martin’s Potatobred Stuffing Cubes for your next meal!

Featured: Chicken Cordon Bleu Casserole

Use buttered, baked Potatobred Stuffing Cubes as a toasty topping for this Chicken Cordon Bleu Casserole. Layers of seasoned chicken topped with ham, swiss cheese, and a creamy savory sauce make for a comforting fall dinner.

Chicken Cordon Bleu Stuffing Casserole

 

Carrots, Green Beans, & Pearl Onions with Seasoned Croutons

Combine toasted Potatobred Stuffing cubes with parmesan cheese and parsley to make a crunchy topping for this colorful veggie side dish.

Carrots, Green Beans, and Pearl Onions

 

Sweet Potato & Sage Casserole

Pulse Potatobred Stuffing cubes into fine bread crumbs then mix together with melted butter and chopped fresh sage to achieve a golden look for this seasonal casserole.

Sweet Potato Sage Casserole

 

Apple Brown Betty

Martin’s Potatobred Stuffing cubes add the perfect crunchy finish to this baked dessert of apples, cinnamon, nutmeg, and brown sugar, served with vanilla ice cream.

Apple Brown Betty

 

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