This Easy Oyster Dressing recipe has been sponsored by Sister Schubert’s.
Until I was a teenager we moved around a lot with the Air Force and Thanksgiving dinner wasn’t very eventful. Neither of my parents really cooked and the idea of making a huge turkey dinner for just three people seemed like more trouble and work than it was worth. So most of my memories as a child on Thanksgiving involved some sort of restaurant.
Thanksgiving dinner forever changed at 13 when my grandparents came to live with us. They were both used to a full spread of holiday dishes and my grandma had no problems getting up before the sun to get the turkey prepped and in the oven. As I said, my mom wasn’t much of a cook so my grandma took it upon herself to teach me how and I quickly became her Thanksgiving sous chef.
My grandma was a firm believer in working smarter, not harder. Especially on Thanksgiving. She wasn’t about to waste precious time making homemade rolls when she could get the same taste, faster and easier by popping Sister Schubert’s Dinner Yeast Rolls in the oven 5-10 minutes before dinner was ready. She would time things just right so that as people started sitting down at the table, the warm basket of Sister Schubert’s Dinner Yeast Rolls would appear.
Influenced by other grandma and my Florida roots, I combined our family tradition of Sister Schubert’s Dinner Yeast Rolls with a Southern Thanksgiving staple in this easy oyster dressing recipe. My uncle’s a fisherman, so when the entire family gets together for the holidays seafood is usually found and I would assume there was probably some seafood at the first Thanksgiving as well!
Simplify your Thanksgiving dinner with this easy oyster dressing recipe and Sister Schubert’s Dinner Yeast Rolls. Sister Schubert’s are frozen to naturally preserve the homemade taste of real ingredients and finished off flavor from home and available at Walmart.