Grill Recipe: Butterball Stuffed Peppers on the Grill

Turkey and stuffing are two of my favourite foods so I’m not willing to wait for the holidays to enjoy them! I love to come up with creative ways to serve these holiday favourites all year long. I have a lot of great recipes to use leftover turkey, but today I am sharing a recipe that will dress up any of your leftovers!

Butterball has a Homestyle Stuffing that is premade and frozen. It is perfect for stuffing a turkey but it is also great for dressing up other foods. I use it in my stuffed peppers, and they are always a hit! These stuffed peppers are delicious with leftover turkey, chicken or sausage and they are quick and easy to make. No one will even realize that they are having leftovers once you mix them up with the Butterball Homestyle Stuffing.

butterball stuffed peppers

5.0 from 9 reviews
Stuffed Peppers
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Serves: 6
 
Need a creative way to use your leftovers? These stuffed peppers are quick and easy, and sure to please!
Ingredients
  • 6 Large Bell Peppers
  • 2 cups cooked meat, ground in food processor
  • ½ package of Butterball Homestyle Stuffing, thawed in refrigerator. (I heat the other half of the package to serve as a side)
  • 1 cup gravy (I use leftover gravy for this too, but you can make your own from scratch or from a packet)
Instructions
  1. Cut the tops off of your washed bell peppers and remove the seeds.
  2. Mix the ground meat (I used sausage in this recipe) and the half package of Butterball Homestyle Stuffing and heat them in the microwave for 3 minutes.
  3. Add the gravy to the stuffing mixture and heat for another minute in the microwave.
  4. Divide the stuffing mixture between the six peppers.
  5. Wrap the stuffed peppers in foil and place on the grill for 20 minutes. Alternatively, you preheat the oven to 350 degrees and bake for 30 minutes.

I heated up the remaining stuffing and served it along side our stuffed peppers and grilled corn and asparagus.  It made a really delicious meal that was made almost entirely on the barbecue. butterball collage

Butterball has several great products that you can enjoy on the grill during the summer months. You can grill up some Turkey Burgers or Turkey Franks, or whip up a cold lunch with the Turkey Chicken Trio. You can see these and more products at the Butterball website or by visiting their facebook and twitter pages.

Website: http://www.butterball.ca
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ButterballCanada
Twitter: https://twitter.com/Butterball_CA

“This post is sponsored by Butterball Canada. In exchange this review, I have received special perks in the form of products and monetary compensation. All opinions on this blog are my own.”

Sheri

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Comments

  1. Holly says

    My mouth is watering looking at these. I love stuffed peppers, but this is very different from how I’ve always had them. Looks like a great recipe! I’m excited to try it :)

  2. Wanda Tracey says

    I find this is a refreshing new twist on stuffed peppers.It does sound delicious though and I am tempted to try this for my family soon.Thanks

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