If you made my family’s Meat Stuffing recipe for Thanksgiving then you have the perfect leftovers for these Stuffing Waffles. Top them with a dollop of mashed potatoes, an over-easy egg and gravy for a savory after-Thanksgiving breakfast.
I’ve hosted Friendsgiving for the past several years now and LOVE having new and old friends come together in our home. This year we celebrated in our new, and very unfinished, home. Thank goodness for my father-in-law, Bryan, who is here visiting. He helped us immensely with painting, building projects and cleaning. We could not have pulled it off without his set of willing hands. We were literally pushing moving boxes out of the living room, painting, showering, and setting up as people were coming through our guard gate. I could have used a whole other day to set up. Perhaps then I would have remembered to cook the carrots, take the rugs out of the dryer and remove the mountain of Amazon boxes from the front porch. Ugh There is always next year, right? By-the-way… as I write this post, my husband is at work, and Bryan is out mowing our 3.5 acres. We are SO grateful for him!
I woke up this morning excited to eat leftovers for breakfast. These Leftover Stuffing Waffles are the perfect after-Thanksgiving meal. It goes perfectly with a side of pie. (hehe) I’m actually not kidding. In my case this morning it was a side of Guava Dumplings. So delicious!
To make the waffles, you’ll need to add 1 egg to 3 cups of your Meat Stuffing. Mix well and generously spray your waffle maker with nonstick cooking spray. Place stuffing mixture into waffle maker and close. Allow waffles to cook for 2-3 minutes before opening your waffle maker again. You want to achieve a crispy outer layer before removing the waffles. Opening the waffle maker too soon will tear the waffle apart. Top with an over-easy egg, dollop of warm mashed potatoes and gravy. Oh and don’t forget that side of pie! 😉