Stove Top Top-Pops, So Un-Boring

Geophyte Nation, the biggest potato grower in the US has recently come forward declaring spud sales are down. “With our greatest efforts, we can no longer entice Americans in purchasing potatoes,” stated chairmen Sir N. Dere, “we have run every campaign possible, from giving coupons to suggesting recipes, but the spud is dead.” Researchers found that 85% of Americans agree that potatoes are boring and no longer the first choice as the “Sweetheart of Sides.” Who’s the prettiest girl on the block now? Stove Top. The creators of Stove Top Stuffing were already confident in their stuffing, but wanted to woo the other 15% of Americans away from the dud spud. After scouring food blogs for the latest trends in food, they found success with Top-Pops, Stove Top Stuffing on a stick. “We could not miss with this food-on-a-stick trend,” states Stove Top’s CEO, “Our stuffing is delicious as is, but put it on a stick and Americans are entranced.” Top Pop’s, touted as the Un-Potato, sales are skyrocketing, saving all of America from mundane mealtimes. “Not only are potatoes boring, they have eyes, and that’s just creepy,” shouted Idahoan high school student Jim James over his classmates chanting, “Top Pops Rule! Top Pops Rule! Top Pops Rule!”


6 ounce package Stove Top Stuffing Cornbread Mix

1 cup boiling water

2 tablespoons butter

1 cup shredded sharp cheddar cheese

1 egg

In a large bowl mix stuffing, water, and butter until blended. Stir in egg and cheese. Form into 2 inch-sized balls and bake in 400 degree preheated oven for 20 minutes. Remove and add sticks at a 45 degree angle. Serve immediately. Makes 9.

Kraft Stove Top Stuffing Mix: The Un-Potato Contest:

Come on! Get your creative juices flowing and create your own cheeky and humorous post promoting Stove Top Stuffing as the unboring, unpotato. I had fun and so can you, plus it’s for a chance to win a $100 American Express Gift Card. For more details check out the contest details at: The Un-Potato Contest

Visit the Kraft Stove Top Stuffing Facebook Page to learn more, oh and you should like ‘em while you’re at it.


Disclosure: I was given monetary compensation from Kraft Foods for my participation in their “Un-Potato” campaign. No potatoes were physically harmed in the making of this post, only their feelings.


  1. Big Dude
    Posted May 4, 2011 at 8:38 AM | Permalink

    You are so clever and that bacon sandwich below is one of my all time favorites, even without the butter.

  2. BigBearswife
    Posted May 4, 2011 at 9:48 AM | Permalink

    These look super great! While I love Potatoes just as must as the next southren cook, I do love Stove Top! And thier CEO was right, but anything on a stick and people go nuts over it!!! Cake pops, Poptart Pops, Stove Top Pops! One a stick= awesome!

  3. A Year on the Grill
    Posted May 4, 2011 at 11:00 AM | Permalink

    Food on a stick!!!

    Love this idea! You did your sponsor proud!

  4. Natasha @ Saved by the Egg Timer
    Posted May 4, 2011 at 12:19 PM | Permalink

    Super cute and fun. I love the sage stuffing 🙂

  5. Alison
    Posted May 4, 2011 at 12:33 PM | Permalink

    2 things:

    1) I could probably eat a million of these.

    2) I fully blame the CFTC Paleo movement for killing off the spuds.

  6. Biz
    Posted May 4, 2011 at 5:18 PM | Permalink

    I love my beloved potato – but I'll take Stove Top any way 😀

    Hope you are doing well! I am so behind on my blog reading 🙁

  7. Mind Movies Reviews
    Posted May 4, 2011 at 8:28 PM | Permalink

    Easy-to-do yummy snack.So innovative.

  8. Anxiety Remedies
    Posted May 4, 2011 at 8:31 PM | Permalink

    I remember having tried one of these food sticks in Asia. And I love them. As I'm sure I would this one as well.

  9. grace
    Posted May 6, 2011 at 11:29 AM | Permalink

    this idea deserves more than a round of applause–it's worthy of a standing ovation! how clever and tasty and fun!

  10. Jacqueline
    Posted May 7, 2011 at 11:08 AM | Permalink

    Yikes. Is this a joke?

    I find it a little disheartening that you would stray people away from a natural food such as a potato to creepy gross boxed stuffing.

    Kind of hurts my heart = (

  11. Cat
    Posted March 1, 2017 at 9:38 PM | Permalink

    Do you make the stove top stuffing before making into balls?

    • Robin
      Posted March 2, 2017 at 5:51 PM | Permalink

      no, use the cornbread mixture and mix with the rest of the ingredients listed.

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