After reading all the negative reviews on here referring to the amount of broth, I had to post. I used two bags (which totalled 12 cups) store-bought stuffing -- one cubed white bread and one almost-powdered cornbread. Even though the stuffing was pre-seasoned, I used the same amount of spices that the recipe called for. I omitted the mushrooms, because we don't care for them. I used 5 cups broth, dumped in all at the beginning. I used a 5 qt. crockpot with a crockpot bag to avoid a messy clean up, and put a paper towel on top of the crockpot under the lid. I opened the crockpot twice while cooking it on low for 6 hrs., but did not stir. A few minutes before serving, I ladled about 3/4 cup turkey drippings onto the top of the stuffing while still in the crockpot. Guests served themselves from the crockpot, and I got nothing but wonderful reviews for the texture, the moistness, and the taste. It wasn't a mushy paste, it was perfectly spiced, and it did not burn onto the sides of the bag inside the crock. All in all, it was a wonderful recipe, and I'll be making my stuffing this way every year! Thanks, Gayle, for freeing up some of my oven space!
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After reading all the negative reviews on here referring to the amount of broth, I had to...