Maggie Monday: Stuffing Waffles

I saw this idea on the news morning show the day after Thanksgiving and thought that it sounded like an awesome idea. A scant hours later, this post came in from Maggie. Check it out…

I made these at the request of my husband. Now that he is retired, he spends too much time watching the Food Network, so he is full of great ideas- for me to try… Now if I could only get him to cook as much as he watches!!

I was game to try this as I had a crap ton of leftover stuffing from our Thanksgiving Turkey. I put pecans and cranberries in my stuffing. The pieces were small enough to make this work. I don’t think this will work as well if your stuffing has a lot of big bits in it, such as sausage or apples.

I must admit that I did not try these, but Husband was in heaven. (just over Turkey right now!) The waffles were crisp around the edges, and tender in the center. He said it was great. Couldn’t have been easier!

Stuffing Waffles

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What you need:

4 cups of prepared stuffing (leftover from that Holiday Turkey!)

2 eggs, beaten

chicken broth if needed


What you do:

Heat waffle iron on high setting.

Warm up the stuffing in the microwave to soften it. Add the beaten eggs to the stuffing, and mix well. Stuffing should be somewhat wet, enough to spread in the waffle iron.

Generously spray the iron with cooking spray. Spread the stuffing on the iron. You will need to spread it almost to the edges, as it will not spread on its own like batter.

Bake in waffle iron for about 5 minutes, or until it is done to your liking.


Top with turkey and gravy.


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Categories: Baking3, Guest-Maggie, kosher, Recipes, Sidedish2, Vegetarian

Author:The Ranting Chef

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