It’s December 26th. The presents have been unwrapped, the stockings have been put away, and there are a bunch of leftovers in the fridge. Once the family is gone and the holidays are over, what do you do with the food? Here are six ways to finally clean out your fridge.
Finally finish that Christmas ham! But don’t eat another ham sandwich; instead use your holiday ham for a creative and healthy chowder.
A Ham Chowder soup with parsnips and sweet potatoes! This crockpot paleo ham chowder is a wonderful way to use up your leftover holiday ham!
Let’s be honest, the kids did not finish their brussels sprouts. Disguise them with this faux Caesar salad recipe.
Shredded, fresh Brussels sprouts are tossed with a simple homemade dressing and shaved Parmesan cheese.
Use up your leftover ingredients. Sauté some mushrooms for this quick and easy Mushroom Soup.
This is a mushroom soup for hardcore mushroom lovers. No cream of anything is involved.
Don’t toss it out just yet! Use your leftover dinner rolls and bread to make croutons for salad, like this Kale Salad with Garlic Croutons. When you take the time to massage your kale salad first, the leaves become soft and silky. It's a bright, healthy salad with crunchy garlic croutons. Win-win.
Too many candy canes leftover? Crush them up and use them in this dessert!
Most kids love candy canes and hot chocolate, so why not combine the two? The combination of flavors is oh-so-addictive!
You don’t always have leftover mashed potatoes in the fridge, but they will probably make an appearance at this year’s holiday festivities. Don’t worry if you have more dishes left than you know what to do with. With a few extra ingredients, you can turn that leftover mash into this delicious Luscious Blue and Gold Soufflé.
This dish is the perfect way to use up any leftover mashed potatoes. Here, they are mixed with blue cheese and topped with herbs and bread crumbs to make this Luscious Blue and Gold Soufflé that elevates any meal.