Even though we all try to cut down on our waste, holiday gatherings are bound to end with some leftovers. Whether it's turkey, mashed potatoes, or pumpkin, here are some great ways to make use of your Thanksgiving excess. If you're feeling super lazy, you can even throw everything into a frittata and call it a day.
Turn your Thanksgiving leftovers of mashed potatoes and turkey into this classic Chinese dim sum dish. So easy!
These Spinach and Mashed Potato Croquettes are a perfect and delicious way to use up your leftover mashed potatoes!
This Harissa Avocado and Turkey Panini is not your average panini, made with homemade bread slathered in Harissa and loaded with avocado, turkey, and Muenster cheese!
These are simple to make and since they can be made in advance, they are perfect for a party as meatballs or sliders.
Drop the pastries, people. THIS breakfast recipe is real food. Wholesome, cheesy, and protein-packed, this Turkey Vegetable Breakfast Bake will quickly become a family favorite.
These bars are pretty, flaky, and warm--perfect for your Thanksgiving guests!
This one-pot wonder requires maybe 10 minutes of hands-on time, zero skill, and minimal cleanup. Try it with roast chicken in place of the turkey on the reg.
Simple and delicious. Apple, sliced turkey, a bit of cheese, grainy mustard, and some crusty bread. Staple items that, when thrown together, make for a quick dinner on the go.
This Savory Roasted Cranberry Salsa with Pomegranate is a zingy hybrid of cranberry sauce and salsa, served over a mound of cream cheese!
Homemade gnocchi with an easy sage butter sauce that compliments all that sweet potato goodness.
Add these Easy Turkey Sloppy Joe Nachos to your holiday menu spread. Crispy tortilla chips topped with a crumbly turkey sloppy joe mixture, peppers, and lots of cheese!
Multigrain bread spread with delicious honey mustard, then piled high with roasted turkey, avocado, and swiss cheese, and cooked until crispy!
For that pumpkin time of year, these scones are great for breakfast, with tea or coffee, or paired with butter, honey, or apple butter.