Friday, November 21, 2014

Stuffing Waffles

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 I love Thanksgiving because it's all about getting together with family and friends and eating some good (really good) food.  My favorite part is actually the leftovers.  I am all about having a lot of leftovers to enjoy for many days after Thanksgiving.  

The fact is after days of cooking nonstop, I need a little break.  So after the big event I like to take it easy in the kitchen for a couple of days and not think too much about cooking.  I love when the fridge is full of leftovers so I can take a little of this and a little of that to nibble and enjoy.  Of course eating the same food for days can be a little boring too.  So if you want to play around with your leftovers, check out http://www.foodnetwork.com/ for some great ideas on what to do with your Thanksgiving Day leftovers.  

I saw this stuffing waffle brunch idea at http://www.foodnetwork.com/  and knew I had to try it out.  My kids just loved them and got such a big kick out eating stuffing waffles.   It was a great way of giving the day old stuffing new life and so much fun to make.  I loved how cute my plate of leftovers looked... but it wasn't too cute to gobble right up.

Now since Thanksgiving is less than a week away, you may still be looking for some dishes to make for your holiday table. So, don't hesitate to head over to  http://www.foodnetwork.com/ to see all the great appetizer, turkey dishes, side dishes and desserts you can try to make your Thanksgiving extra delicious. 



Ingredients

4 1/2 cups crumbled leftover stuffing
1/4 cup chopped fresh parsley
2 large eggs, beaten
Vegetable oil, for brushing waffle iron
Sliced leftover turkey, gravy and cranberry sauce, for serving
Special equipment: waffle iron
Directions
Preheat a waffle iron.   Combine the stuffing, parsley and eggs. Brush the top and bottom of the waffle iron with oil.  Fill the waffle iron with a layer of the stuffing mixture. Cook in waffle iron until waffles are golden and fully cooked/set.  The waffles should be able to come out of the iron easily when lifted with a spatula. 

Serve with turkey, gravy, cranberry sauce and any other Thanksgiving leftovers you like.  

From Food Network Kitchens-  For Full recipe and directions please visit Food Network.com.






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5 comments:

  1. Perfect use for leftover stuffing! I may have to make extra so I can be sure to have enough to try these!

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  2. Waffles that give you thanksgiving for breakfast! Great idea :D

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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  3. I love this idea! I am excited to do this with our left-over stuffing this year. Fun!

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  4. Now that's an unusual idea, Ramona. :) I'll be back in the morning to check some more of your posts. Just real late here tonight. Have a great Sunday!

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  5. How I wish I had a waffle maker! I'd make these stuffing waffles all year round! :D Awesome idea Ramona!

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