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8 Healthy Ways to Use Thanksgiving Leftovers Thanksgiving Leftover Salad | The Roasted Root. Cranberry sauce makes an amazing vinaigrette especially when served over Toasted Turkey and Brie Sandwich | Cooking Light. Lean mean turkey breast between sourdough English muffins is dressed Healthier. Meaghan Cameron. 8 Ways to Use Thanksgiving Leftovers.
Avocado Turkey Wraps. Try this healthy wrap for lunch after you post-Thanksgiving workout. Twice-Baked Stuffed Sweet Potatoes.
Leftover sweet. We’re always looking for new and fun ways to enjoy Thanksgiving the second time around! The Best Ways to Put Your Thanksgiving Leftovers to Good Use: The Cutest Mini Quiches You Will Ever Eat. Empty-the-Fridge Breakfast Bake Ham Stratta.
Leftover Mashed Potato Pancakes. Turkey Frame Soup. Skillet Turkey Stew.
Gluten Free Leftover Turkey Casserole. The Second Act: Curried Sweet Potato Soup. Ditch the marshmallow topping, and simmer leftover sweet potatoes with curry paste, chicken stock and coconut milk for a fragrant soup that would also be.
From soups to casserole to apps, we’ve rounded up 20+ ways to use allll your extra Thanksgiving food. For more helpful recipes, check out our favorite leftover ham ideas and leftover. Thanksgiving leftovers like turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, green beans, mashed potatoes and roasted veggies can be used in so many other ways. These creative ideas not only get dinner or lunch on the table in a flash, they’re also even more delicious and healthier than a sandwich. I will answer all these questions by showing you 7 tasty ways to use your Thanksgiving leftovers.
I had so much fun working out these recipes for you. Last week, I shared my Thanksgiving for Two (including free oven schedule and various planners), and whatever I had left here, is what I used in this post on Thanksgiving leftovers. From leftover turkey potpie to turkey stew, we’ve got plenty of innovative Thanksgiving leftover ideas to make sure you get the most out of your Thanksgiving meal! Cream of Turkey & Wild Rice Soup.
Use up leftover cooked turkey or chicken in this healthy version of classic creamy chicken and rice soup. Leftover Turkey Salad. Like most Americans, you probably have a refrigerator full of Thanksgiving leftovers. Turn that Thanksgiving feast into several other meals and sides that will both satisfy your family and prevent waste!
Turkey is easy to use. Simply chop leftover turkey and use in the following ways. Turkey Avocado Wrap – Use whole-wheat tortilla, a Laughing. This casserole is an easy, delicious way to use up your Thanksgiving leftovers! Turkey Shepherd’s Pie.
My mom used to make this and now I carry on the tradition with my own family. It’s a lot like a shepherd’s pie, but you use up all your Thanksgiving leftovers to create it. Butter a 9 x 13 glass baking dish.
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