The key to success (delicious success) is to use very dry bread cubes. If they are fresh or just barely dry, this will become a soggy mess in your crockpot. So, either buy the very dry cubed type in a bag OR cube your own bread and let dry out for a couple days on your countertop. (Spread out on some cookie sheets, cover lightly and toss every few hours to distribute the still moist bread cubes with the dry ones. Or place in the oven at a very low temp and let dry out that way for an hour or so.) Then add the liquid using common sense and also taking into consideration your family's preference on the moistness of the stuffing. If they like it very moist, add more, if less moist then add less. Remember, you can always add more as you are cooking this in the crockpot but you can't take it out, so err on the side of too little and then keep checking. I also cook this for 3-4 hours on low and it comes out perfect every time. You can get great results with this recipe if you just use these tips. Also, use the herbs that your family loves if the ones stated don't suit your tastes. :)
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The key to success (delicious success) is to use very dry bread cubes. If they are fresh or...