Cornbread Bundt Dressing contains shredded chicken in a delicious cornbread dressing.
It’s baked in a Bundt pan. Serve as a side or main dish.
Moist inside, crusty outside and full of savory flavor.
THE CRANBERRY SAUCE
Place a small bowl of chunky Pineapple Cranberry Sauce or Homemade Cranberry Sauce in the center to make a pretty presentation on the dinner table.
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EDITOR’S NOTE (November 1, 2022): I posted this recipe for the first time on August 26, 2018. Since then, I’ve updated it with several new photos and helpful tips.
Today, I added nutrition information and cream of celery soup as an optional ingredient.
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Delighted to share the ingredients I purchased and used to make this delicious recipe. All comments are my own.
Cream of chicken soup (canned or homemade) adds moisture and flavor to Cornbread Bundt Dressing.
Two eggs, salt, coarse ground black pepper, ground sage, and one onion.
WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN GROUND SAGE AND RUBBED SAGE?
The difference is the level of concentration.
Ground sage is made by grinding dry sage leaves into a dense powder. It’s dense and potent. A little goes a long way. Use lightly.
Rubbed sage is made by rubbing dry sage leaves together until light and crumbly.
It’s lighter and less concentrated than ground sage.
This recipe calls for shredded chicken. Use well-seasoned baked, boiled or rotisserie.
I prefer dark meat. Tastes better in my opinion.
Recipe calls for two baked biscuits, crumbled before adding to the batter.
They add texture and taste to the dressing.
Use small or large biscuits. Do not use jumbo because they’re too large.
My Homemade Self-Rising Cornbread is excellent in this recipe.
Cornbread turned upside down to display thoroughly baked bottom crust.
HOW TO GREASE BUNDT PAN
Generously grease a 12-cup Bundt pan with shortening to prevent sticking. This will help the bottom and sides thoroughly bake… which creates a firm, delicious crust.
HOW TO KEEP A FIRM BUNDT SHAPE
Do not drizzle Cornbread Bundt Dressing with gravy because the liquid will soften the shape and cause it to collapse.
A much better alternative is to simply drizzle each serving with your preferred gravy.
THE BACK STORY
The first time I posted this recipe was in November 2017 and it was named Million Dollar Cornbread Dressing.
I changed the name to Cornbread Bundt Dressing to more accurately describe the creative presentation.
My precious aunt taught me how to make her amazing cornbread dressing. After the very first bite, I had to have her recipe. It was THAT good.
Aunt Betty’s dressing is very moist with lots of savory flavor. She never measures the ingredients.
When I asked for the recipe, she replied: “I must be showed and not told.
I wrote detailed notes as I watched her prepare the dressing and listened to her detailed instructions.
1. Added shredded chicken to the batter.
2. Baked the dressing in a Bundt pan/
3. Placed a small bowl of Homemade Cranberry Sauce or chunky
Pineapple Cranberry Sauce in the center of the dressing.
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Cornbread Bundt Dressing
- 3-1/2 cups baked cornbread, coarsely crumbled Use Homemade Self-Rising Cornbread recipe.
- 2 each biscuits, baked and coarsely crumbled Use large or small biscuits. Do not use jumbo because they're too large.
- 1-1/2 cups shredded chicken (white or dark meat) Baked, boiled or rotisserie chicken.
- 1 small white onion, chopped
- 1-1/4 cups chicken broth canned or homemade
- 1 can (10.5 ounces) condensed cream of mushroom soup Or use cream of celery soup.
- 1 can (10.5 ounces) condensed cream of chicken soup canned or homemade
- 1 can (5 ounces) evaporated milk, divided Use only 3 tablespoons. Save remainder for another use.
- 2 medium eggs, beaten
- 2 teaspoons ground sage Use more or less as preferred.
- 1 teaspoon coarse ground black pepper
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 1/4 cup fresh celery, chopped (optional)
- shortening to grease bundt pan
- cranberry sauce for garnish optional
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
- In large bowl, thoroughly combine crumbled cornbread, crumbled biscuits and shredded chicken. Set aside.
- In medium sized saucepan, combine chicken broth, condensed cream of mushroom soup, condensed cream of chicken soup, and onions. Simmer over medium-low heat for 5 minutes. Stir constantly. NOTE: If using Homemade Cream of Chicken Soup, the amount is 1-1/4 cups.
- Pour warm mixture over bread crumbs and chicken. Add 3 tablespoons of evaporated milk, beaten eggs, ground sage, ground black pepper, salt, and chopped celery (if using).
- Stir until thoroughly combined. Set aside.
- Generously grease 12-cup bundt pan with shortening. Do not use vegetable oil because the crust will stick to the pan.
- Place greased bundt pan in preheated HOT oven for 5 minutes OR until shortening sizzles. Preheating helps crust to thoroughly bake.
- Carefully remove HOT bundt pan from oven. Pour in batter. Return to HOT oven.
- Reduce oven temperature to 375. Bake 20-25 minutes OR until edges turn "dark brown" and knife inserted in center comes out clean.
- Remove from oven. Cool at least 10 minutes. Place plate on top of bundt pan. Flip over. Tap to release.
- Bundt shape should be firm and outside should be crusty. Garnish by placing a small bowl of cranberry sauce in center (optional).
- Slice with a serrated knife.
- Do not pour hot gravy or chicken stock over Cornbread Bundt Dressing because liquids will soften the shape and cause it to slump.
- Drizzle each warm or hot serving with hot gravy or chicken stock.
28 thoughts on “Cornbread Bundt Dressing”
For a holiday, when you put it on the table, you could decorate it with mint leaves and dried cranberries to give it a “wreath” look
Beautiful idea! I can imagine how pretty that would be on the dinner table. Thank you very much for sharing!
I love the bundt cake dressing please send more
Thank you for the compliment! Developing another idea. Will share soon.
Sounds incredible. I am trying this Thanksgiving.
Wonderful! Joy, I hope you enjoy as much as we do.
Thank you for the idea and receipe. I am going to try it this Thanksgiving.
Hi if i choose to use season cornbread stuffing in the bag….will that be ok if so what adjustments do I need thanks
Hi Vivian! I’ve never used cornbread stuffing in the bag to make this recipe. My recipe has evaporated milk and eggs to hold it together, add flavor and moisture. Not sure if a bagged mix has those ingredients. I suggest experimenting to see what happens. Make sure the mixture is moist before pouring into GREASED/PREHEATED bundt pan. Bake in preheated oven. Hopefully, it will form a bundt shape. If not, scoop from pan into a lovely serving dish. Drizzle with gravy. Serve with cranberry sauce.
It will come out the same if you use the bagged stuffing. It is bread and not cornbread. My MIL tried it once and it was not good!
Hi Cheryl! Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving a comment. Did your MIL try the bagged stuffing or this recipe? I’ve made this dressing many times. Definitely tastes like cornbread dressing. I’ve also heard from numerous others on social media and via email who’ve made the recipe and loved it. I understand not everyone will have the same results. I’ll await your response.
You’re, an amazing woman! Thank you.
Our bellies are still full of Thanksgiving dinner, but wanted to stop by and tell you this was delicious! I was lazy and substituted a bag of Pepperidge Farm cornbread stuffing for the cornbread and biscuits, but followed everything else exactly. Definitely my new go to for dressing. Thanks!
Hi Stacie! Thank you for stopping by and leaving the wonderful compliment. The Pepperidge Farm cornbread stuffing sounds good. Must try! Thank you for sharing. Merry Christmas!
Do you have a dressing recipe that is not in a bundt pan?
Hi Mike! Yes, I do. Here’s the link…
I’m going to make this .
I never heard of Cornbread Bundt Dressing.
It looks crumpsious!
Hi Connie! Thank you! I hope you enjoy as much as we do. Merry Christmas!
Just Read this, can or should put the celery in to the soup and onion mix, and can I put the eggs in my cornbread to bake. Thank you for your response., Betty from Michigan
Thank you for visiting my blog!
Following are the answers to your questions:
~Yes, include chopped celery with the soup/onion mix.
~First, I bake Homemade Self-Rising Cornbread (has 2 eggs).
~When I prepare the dressing, I add 2 more eggs.
I’ll be delighted to answer any further questions.
Was it good like she said
Hi Patricia! Please clarify. Are you saying you made it and it was good? Or asking if someone else made it.
Thank you for visiting my blog. I’ll await your response. Happy New Year!
I would like your gravy or roux recipe for the Bundt cake dressing please.
Hi Nita! I will make a gravy soon. Thank you for visiting my blog. Please come again.
Everything looks delicious! I can’t wait to make the cornbread dressing in the bundle. Next the jalapeños! My aunt used to make the best!
Hi Debbie! Thank you for the kind words. I hope you enjoy the recipe(s)!!
Cornbread bundt dressing, girl who would have thought … looks really good. I’m going to try it but will use my own dressing recipe. Thanks!!!!
Hi Bjbobo! You’re welcome. Greatly appreciate your compliment and for visiting my blog. Please come again!