My Thanksgiving menu, for the most part, is very traditional. Yet, while I’m fond of the old favorites, I am always itching to try something new. So I devised a way to turn a Turkey Day cornerstone on its head: Dessert Stuffing with White Chocolate “Gravy.” (Yes, it’s stuffing; you may not stuff it in a turkey, but you will want to stuff it in your face.) It will make a great addition to any Thanksgiving dessert lineup—complementing the pies you no doubt already have on the docket. Plus, you make it on the stove top, so you aren't taking up precious oven space.
While it's OK if you mince the apples, I'm not going to mince my words: dessert stuffing is pretty on point. The nuts, apples, and Craisins create a nice texture (and they taste much better than celery), and overall, it has a lot of good flavors in it without being overly sweet. If you haven’t yet decided on what you are bringing to Thanksgiving, let me decide for you: bring dessert stuffing... and people may just be giving thanks that they invited you to dinner.