Not Medical Advice: No, as the 50g ball of cooked stuffing would only contain around 72 calories, 0.6g total fat, 0.3g saturated fat and zero cholesterol.
Sage and onion stuffing bálls are meat-free making them suitable for vegetarians.
Whatever its origins it is now a requirement if you are making a traditional Sunday roast. Although originally it might have been used for chicken or turkey it is often served with beef, pork or lamb too even though they cannot be stuffed in the way a bird can.
It is also recommended now not to put the stuffing in the cavity of the bird since it may prevent the meat from being cooked all the way through. Check out this sage and onion stuffing recipe from Pennysrecipes.com
Step away from the vending machine. Here are some veggie snack recipes that are healthy and far more satisfying than that bag of chips shared by Health.com.