You can imagine my problem. I take pictures of stuffing for my blog and am left with pans and pots and pans and pots of cooked and delicious leftover stuffing in the fridge. Making a single serving of stuffing for my lunch hasn't been easy ... until now. The key? A "to go" cup and lid. Here's what to do: 1) Scoop stuffing into a Dixie to-go cup (I used an 8 oz. cup from Smart & Final for this photo); 2) Trickle just a little water down the side so you don't soak the top stuffing - maybe a teaspoon or two?; 3) Cover the cup with the sipper lid creating captured steam when heated, and the hole allows ventilation; 4) Heat on "high" for about 1-1/2 minutes or so; 5) Uncover and fluff well with fork; and 6) Enjoy.
For this picture, I made MCK Traditional Stuffing using the "Oven" technique and added sausage and sage to personalize. Only use about 1-3/4 sticks of butter when sauteeing the veggies. Chop 1 lb. of sausage (I used spicy Jimmy Dean) as it fries in a skillet on medium heat, and pour it (including grease to make up for the reduced butter) and about 1 T sage into the 5 qt. sauce pan a little at a time to incorporate evenly. Follow directions on the box to bring your finished stuffing home!
Click here to find all Mrs. Cubbison's Kitchen Stuffings in the Trader Bob's General Store: http://traderbobsgeneralstore.com/food/mrs-cubbisons-kitchen/stuffing