My brother and I talk about Ohio-based sports teams and cooking more than our respective kids. And we love our own children and our nieces and nephews! When we are not communicating about the Cleveland Browns and Cincinnati Reds, we're swapping recipes. Last year, my brother shared a recipe that has changed the course of my thanksgiving planning. Well, it's more of a concept than a recipe. Thanksgiving treat I've ever had.
After discovering that stuffing waffles exist, I want now double the amount of stuffing I make for my thanksgiving feast so that I have enough stuff left over for lunches the rest of the holiday weekend.
What is a stuffing waffle?
A stuffing waffle is just what it sounds like ̵
Sounds amazing. How do I make stuffing waffles?
I speak from experience when I say stuffing waffles are amazing. And easy.
- A waffle iron
- An egg or two
Put your leftover stuffing into a mixing bowl. To help bind the cold, dry stuff, get your egg or two, then add your egg (s) to the stuffing and mix.
Add a dollop of your reconstituted stuffing to your waffle iron and within minutes 'you're stuffing is really dry, you could add a bit of chicken broth, but I'll skip this step and just use a couple of eggs.' ll have piping hot, crispy stuffing waffles.
Sounds easy. What do I eat with stuffing waffles?
Stuffing waffles are easy. If you can use a waffle iron, you can make stuffing waffles. Waffle's syrup topping – but there are two main ways to make a complete lunch with your stuffing waffles.
- Heat up some Mashed potatoes, add a scoop on top of your stuffing waffle, and cover with gravy. Add some turkey and cranberry sauce, too, if you are so moved.
- Skip the white bread and use two stuffing waffles for your leftover turkey sandwich.
For more Thanksgiving tips, learn how to defrost a turkey, how to broth a turkey, and the best way to roast a turkey.
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