We know what you’re thinking. Leftover Stuffing Waffles? There’s no way that’s any good…We thought the same thing.
But believe us. This has been a home run every time we’ve tried it. Today, fellow co-workers were the testers, and everyone was raving. Stuffing Waffles are a great way to rid your fridge of those leftovers and create a unique, innovative meal at the same time.
Leftover Stuffing WafflesDifficulty: Easy
These savory waffles are a hit among the guests. Surprisingly tasty, they use your leftover Thanksgiving stuffing to create a visually pleasing masterpiece (pile on the toppings!). Besides, who doesn’t love a waffle — no matter what kind?
2 Cups of Crumbled Leftover Stuffing
1 Large Egg
Turkey Stock (as you need it)
Leftover Cranberry Sauce
1 Waffle Iron
- Preheat Waffle Iron & Spray with any Non Stick Spray.
- Create the Stuffing Waffle Mixture
- Grab a large bowl & stir together 2 Cups of Leftover Stuffing with 1 Large Egg.
- Add ⅛ cup of Turkey Stock or Chicken Broth and mix until combined. *Add Chicken Broth as needed until mixture is well moistened.
- Cook the Stuffing Waffle
- Pour your waffle mixture into your Waffle Iron. (Make sure you spread the waffle mixture evenly along the waffle iron).
- Close lid of Waffle Iron and let the Stuffing Waffle bake until golden on the outside.
- Serve the Waffle
- Move the waffle to a plate. Top with warmed mashed potatoes, slices of turkey, and a dollop of cranberry sauce.
- These stuffing waffles take longer than usual waffles to cook. Don’t be afraid to wait until the Waffle cook is the perfect