Biggest question I get for Thanksgiving is what to do with Thanksgiving leftovers. I love all of the food, but sometimes with 8 or 9 different side dishes, you just don’t eat as much and therefore can have food for days. I’ve also not known many people that like to eat the same meal over and over again. That is where my fun thanksgiving leftovers come in!!
You know how you put sugar on your bacon? That’s what this recipe reminds me of. Sweet and Savory. I little bit of maple syrup added to gravy and it completely transforms the taste. Make sure to save some if you need a bit to top your turkey for traditional leftovers later!
Next up, you need your stuffing a little soggy so that it will all stick together which is where the egg and the chicken broth come in! If you feel like it needs a bit more, than add ¼ cup at a time.
This is such a great recipe for an afternoon snack or lunch time meal!
I hope you enjoy this recipe and would love to hear from you what type of recipes you make for your leftovers!Print
- Leftover Stuffing – need a good Sausage and Sage Stuffing
- 1 egg
- 1 cup of chicken broth
- 1 cup of Gravy
- ¼ cup maple syrup
- Mix egg and chicken broth and add to 3 cups of Leftover stuffing. Let soak for 5-8 minutes until well combined.
- On belgium waffle iron put 1/4 – 1/2 cup mixture in greased iron and let cook.
- While cooking, mix warmed gravy and syrup together.
- Transfer waffle to a serving platter and serve with hot maple syrup gravy.