What To Make With Your Thanksgiving Leftovers!
These are all the Thanksgiving leftovers recipes you need!
While we absolutely LOVE leftovers, I only really love them for a day or two. We tend to have enough to make super delicious meals for the rest of the weekend after Thanksgiving, so I’m sharing some of my favorites below! We have breakfasts, brunch, lunches, dinner and even dessert.
What To Make With Your Thanksgiving Leftovers
Cranberry Dark Chocolate Overnight Oats
Cranberry Greek Yogurt Coffee Cake
Buttermilk Sweet Potato Pancakes
Thanksgiving Leftover Breakfast Sandwiches
Bacon Blue Mashed Potato Waffles
Turkey, Bacon Avocado Ranch Pizza
2 Comments on “What To Make With Your Thanksgiving Leftovers!”
Nice assortment of recipes, & something for everyone. I’m saving a few, since they’re easily interchangeable with chicken. I cook an enormous turkey every year, b/c my family loves leftovers, which I incorporate into everyone’s favorite dish the week after. Among our favorites are Turkey Tetrazini, Layered After Thanksgiving Casserole, Turkey Veg Soup (using turkey meat, the carcus, & frozen mixed veggies). We’re eating a bit lighter tonight, so we’re having Turkey Salad (gotta use the BEST mayo (“DUKES”) on Croissants sandwiches , w/Butterhead Lettuce, a Tossed Green Salad, & a Fresh Fruit Bowl for dessert. But hey, tomorrow is another day….!
Just want to say I read your blog almost every day, and think you’re a genius :) Your recipes are always a hit.
I came up with an easy but totally scrumptious soup this year. One tip was that we left some of our onions diced and sweet potatoes cubed but uncooked in the fridge this year (easy to do… small crowd). Post thanksgiving I sautéed the onion and cubed sweet potato, threw in carrots, a bunch of chopped fresh rosemary, and sage, better than bouillon chicken + water, boiled then simmered that for about 10 minutes. Then added a whole bunch of cubed turkey breast and some Aricini de Pepe (tiny pasta that looks like couscous) and simmered for another 15 minutes or so. Added salt/pepper and a bit more fresh rosemary. No celery, I didn’t have any! No garlic either! It was delicious, quick and healthy-ish (definitely better than a bowl of stuffing!) Maybe it was just me. The flavor was out of this world. Sweet, savory, good texture. And I will be trying this little pasta in more soups now.