You can pretty much make anything out of a waffle, right?
At least that’s my mission in life. I’ve made Pumpkin Waffles, Cauliflower Waffles and Lemon Meringue Waffles. And now: Leftover Stuffing Waffles. See, there’s just nothing that can stop me when it comes to creating crispy-on-the-outside, soft-and-fluffy-on-the-inside waffles with those little crevices that hold butter, syrup, fruit preserves or in this case, egg yolk.
Yep, still obsessed with runny egg yolks. Sorry not sorry.
And perhaps gravy? I can’t imagine egg yolk and gravy would be a bad thing when it comes to stuffing waffles. Maybe throw some turkey on there, too? Basically you can put any Thanksgiving leftovers on top of this stuffing waffle, because your leftovers just shouldn’t go to waste, right?
I promise you’ll love these – all you need is a few eggs and a waffle iron, and bam. Leftovers bliss.
- 4 cups leftover stuffing/dressing
- 4 large eggs
- 4 fried eggs, if desired
- Leftover turkey and/or gravy, if desired
- Heat a waffle iron to medium-high heat. Coat generously with cooking spray.
- In a large bowl, stir together stuffing and four raw eggs, until combined. Scoop one cup of stuffing mixture into the hot waffle iron and spread evenly. Close iron and cook 7-10 minutes, until completely browned. Remove from the iron and repeat with remaining mixture, coating with more cooking spray in between each waffle.
- Serve with fried eggs, leftover turkey and gravy, if desired.