We took a box of Stove-Top stuffing, made it per the directions, then dropped it all on a Pam-sprayed waffle iron. After several minutes the stuffing developed a crispy outside and perhaps best of all, it was steaming hot. I don't know if I've ever had hot stuffing. By the time Thanksgiving dinner is ready, everyone herded to their seats, prayers offered and food passed around, everything (except the gravy, bless the boat) tends to be warm at best. If we can ever find Bob Evans stuffing in a store, that will be the next step up for this technique.