My family loves stuffing, and every Thanksgiving recently we've tried to make one homeade and some stovetop, because it's easy, and because it usually provides a nice counterpart to the fruity ones.
In any case, in an abundance of enthusiasm last year, I bought stove top at costco. Regular and cornbread. I still have at least 4 or 5 packages left over, and I am sick to death of stovetop. I can't even think of eating it as stuffing, and I'm afraid of the implications for t day this year.
So what do I do with it? Yes I could throw it out or give it to a food bank, but are there creative ways to cook with it? Topping for a casserole? Thicken a soup? Croutons for salad? Any ideas to make it taste less like stuffing?