These Thanksgiving leftover recipes take all of that delicious food you made for the holidays and turns it into a whole new meal. No more getting bored with leftovers!
Are you looking forward to Thanksgiving dinner? Stuffing, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, and of course turkey! I don’t know about you but I can’t wait to have a helping of each :).
Once dinner is over the question becomes what to do with all of the leftovers? These easy recipes takes your Thanksgiving leftovers and turns them into a completely new meal. Sandwiches, sliders, casseroles, and appetizer. Delicious ways to use up all of your holiday leftovers.
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The Gooey Gobbler is a grilled cheese sandwich piled high with roast turkey, smoked gouda and cranberry sauce. It’s a fall grilled cheese recipe that is perfect for using up those Thanksgiving leftovers!
This year I’m thinking ahead and bringing my Tupperware with me so I can load up on leftovers!
In general leftovers can be safely stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator for 3-4 days. If you don’t think you will be able to eat your leftovers within that time you can freezer them for up to 6 months.
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What a mouth watering recipe and great idea for leftovers. Won’t you share with my readers too at my recipe linky? mmmmm Thanks… Have a great weekend.
The turkey lasagna looks interesting. I pinned it to my recipe board.
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We are hosting Thanksgiving so these are awesome. Plus, I love now making lots of stuff in my waffle maker (I am working on perfecting zucchini fritter waffles!) so the mashed potato waffles look delish. Am pinning for Friday! Visiting from Frugal Crafty Blog Hop today 🙂
Those waffled mashed potatoes are such a great idea!!
This looks delicious! Thanks for sharing at Show Me Saturday link party.
Mashed potato waffles?!! I’ve heard of PW’s smashed potatoes, but waffle potatoes sound even yummier!
Haha, that ecard! This year, we made ham so sadly I have no turkey in need of leftover recipes. I will however, say that it’s 7 am and now I’m really wanting a Shepard’s Pie!
Thank you for this wonderfully curated list and for linking up again at the Thank Goodness It’s Thursday party, Melinda.