Put that extra box of stuffing leftover after the last holiday meal to good use with this fun and delicious Stuffing Waffles recipe.
Use a box of stuffing or leftover dressing with this easy-to-make and fun waffles recipe. Serve this for breakfast with leftover cranberry sauce, a creamy white gravy, or simple maple syrup.
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Stuffing Waffles Recipe
- Stuffing is such a popular dish with Thanksgiving or any holiday meal. But sometimes there is a leftover box of stuffing that just didn’t make it to the table. In that case, why not try something a little different like these savory waffles? They are so much fun to make and they taste so good!
- Just a few simple ingredients to make this quick and easy recipe – a box of stuffing mix made with savory herbs and spices, and an egg, Serve it with leftover gravy or cranberry sauce.
Two Ingredient Recipe
PREPARED STUFFING – There are so many choices for stuffing mix with a variety of flavors – cornbread, gluten-free, sage, pork, and a variety of herb-seasoned. This stuffing needs to be prepared according to the directions on the box (which includes the butter)
EGGS – Crack those eggs and mix them into the stuffing to help bind everything together.
Add chopped sausage or extra vegetables to the stuffing, but be sure they are cut into small pieces and add in moderation. There needs to be enough stuffing to keep the waffle together.
On a gluten-free diet? Use a gluten-free stuffing mix or a cornbread stuffing to suit dietary preference.
Tired of the same old bread for sandwiches? Use these delicious waffles for a lunch or breakfast sandwich! Or imagine a hot turkey sandwich using these savory waffles instead of bread? So yummy!
How to make Stuffing Waffles
These waffles are so easy!
- Make the stuffing.
- Mix in the eggs as per the recipe below.
- Add to the preheated waffle iron.
What To Serve With Stuffing Waffles
Serve these stuffing waffles with some Homemade White Gravy, or this easy Easy Apple Cranberry Sauce. Plain apple sauce or maple syrup would also be delicious. For breakfast, they would taste great along with an Egg Frittata, or just a couple fried eggs and bacon or sausage.
Recipe Tips and Tricks!
Don’t use stuffing that is too chunky or with large pieces of sausage or meat.
Make sure that the waffle iron is preheated before adding the batter. These Stuffing Waffles may take a little longer to cook than a regular waffle would. Try not to peek to see if they are cooked until near the end of the time given in the recipe. If checked too soon, they may come apart.
Stuffing Waffles can be reheated in the toaster, a toaster oven, or in a regular oven.
Other Recipes With Stuffing!
- Zucchini Casserole With Stuffing – just 15 minute prep!
- Crockpot Chicken and Stuffing – set it and forget it recipe
- Stove Top Meatloaf recipe – delicious every time.
- 6 ounce stove top stuffing any flavor
- 4 tablespoons butter
- 1½ cups water
- 1 tablespoon vegetable oil to grease the waffle iron
- 2 eggs
- gravy for serving optional
- Using the stuffing mix, butter and water, prepare stuffing according to package directions. Cool.
- While stuffing is cooling, preheat a waffle iron.
- Mix eggs into the cooled stuffing.
- Brush the waffle iron with vegetable oil and place ½ cup into each waffle space and gently press.
- Close the waffle iron and cook 5 minutes or until browned.
- While the waffle is cooking, heat the gravy. Serve waffles with gravy and garnish with parsley if desired.
Nutrition information provided is an estimate and will vary based on cooking methods and brands of ingredients used.
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