Thanksgiving has come and gone but you probably still have plenty of reminders hanging out in your fridge. Before you lose the leftovers, give these recipes a try. If a cold turkey sandwich just sounds blah and you can’t handle any more casserole, don’t worry. We have options that provide an alternative and delicious repurpose to your remnants.
Serve up this twist on eggs benedict for breakfast tomorrow morning. The recipe specifically calls for leftover stuffing. How great is that!? Even better, it’s fried and topped with creamy hollandaise sauce--making it an indulgence fit for the holiday season.
Keep your cranberry sauce. For this recipe, you can mix it right into the muffin mix, creating another delicious addition to your post-bird-day breakfast.
Pizza is the perfect casual dinner option following all of the holiday madness. This recipe uses leftover turkey and cranberry, but it also calls for barbecue sauce, offering just the flavor change you’re looking for.
The beauty of a Thanksgiving meal is that nearly all the fixings taste even better as a leftover. The stuffing flavor seems to taste richer, the turkey in leftover gravy even more delicious and somehow cranberries touching mashed potatoes even are delicious! This potpie incorporates nearly all your dishes from the table into one comfort food meal.
Don’t toss the turkey. Follow this recipe and use the entire bird to create a rich and savory broth. Seasoned with flavorful spices like Thai basil and ginger, your leftover cold cuts will take on a whole new identity.
This recipe proves stuffing isn’t just for the birds. Use what’s left over to fill button mushroom caps. Top with a little olive oil and parmesan and bake for an easy appetizer you can serve to lingering holiday guests.