Thanksgiving Leftover Idea: Turkey with Cornbread-Stuffing Waffles

There isn’t much to be said here.

Turkey and Stuffing Waffles

My herbally enhanced mind took me to this wonderful place. I thought of it earlier and had to try it and yup…it was as delicious in my mouth as it was in my mind. A waffle made out of stuffing..hmmm, not too shabby. What would you call it though? Stuffle? Staffle? Stwaffle? LOL! I know what I’d call it — GONE! Because that’s exactly what happened to it lol.

Turkey and Stuffing Waffles Turkey and Stuffing Waffles

There isn’t really a recipe for this, because they’re leftovers and the idea is for you to use your own leftovers. It’ll be delicious with garlicky mashed potatoes with sage-butter, too.

Thanksgiving Leftover Idea: Turkey with Cornbread-Stuffing Waffles
 
This recipe idea utilizes your own Thanksgiving leftovers.
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Ingredients

Instructions
  1. Get your waffle iron nice and hot. When it’s heated, spray it with vegetable spray and place a desired amount of stuffing into the iron. You may need to press it down with your fingers so that it’s evenly spread.
  2. Close the waffle iron and let the stuffing-waffle warm thru and crisp up, about 3-6 minutes, depending on your preferences.
  3. Top with juicy turkey, gravy, cranberry sauce, or mashed potatoes. Serve and enjoy.

 

Get your waffle iron nice and hot.

Spray it with vegetable spray and plop a desired amount of stuffing into the iron.

Press it down with your fingers so that it’s evenly flat.

Close the waffle iron and let the stuffing-waffle warm thru and crisp up, about 3-6 minutes, depending on your preferences.

Top with juicy turkey, gravy, and cranberry sauce.

Serve alongside anything you’d like or demolish alone.

Enjoy!

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Comments

  1. says

    Umm…I just threw my waffle maker out. It was old. I’m getting a new on before thanksgiving so i can make Belgium Waffles for the house. Now I have to try this. I would totally make Chicken Strips with this.

  2. says

    Hi there, I saw your picture while looking for thanksgiving leftover ideas and was immediately pulled in. Probably because I made thanksgiving inspired turkey + waffles and they were the bomb! Yours look amazing and I can’t wait to try your recipe this year… here’s a link to my over the top recipe:

    http://www.piecelovecooking.com/2012/12/thanksgiving-leftovers-chicken-waffles.html

    Thanks for the inspiration,
    Juliana from Piece, Love, & Cooking

  3. Cathy says

    This dish is going to be for our Thanksgiving Brunch accompanied with a field green salad of feta cheese, cranberries (maybe fresh strawberries instead) & balsamic vingarette. Thank you! – Happy Thanksgivng!

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