Thanksgiving is a special day where we gather with our family and friends to reflect on what we’re grateful for in our lives. Smiles, laughter, and fond reminiscence of the year’s events, that’s the characteristics that embody a triumphant celebration of the festival.
Tradition calls for a turkey dinner with all the trimmings. Sharing a meal with those you love and care about is an excellent way to spend your Thanksgiving. The bird, ham, stuffing, potatoes, and vegetables – what a spread.
When the days finished, you’re sure to have plenty of leftovers from dinner. So, what do you do with all the food? You can’t throw away the mountains of leftovers, but let’s be honest – after Thanksgiving dinner, the last thing you want to think about is reheating the food and repeating the meal.
We came up with 15 ideas for using your turkey leftovers, give a few of them a try and put your food to good use.
1. Thanksgiving Breakfast Rolls
Sunlight dawns on the day after the dinner. If you didn’t stuff yourself like a Thanksgiving turkey yesterday, then you may be a bit hungry this morning. Try out this recipe for breakfast rolls using your leftovers – breakfast has never been this easy or exciting.
1-cup turkey leftovers, shredded.
1-cup leftover stuffing.
1-cup Cranberry leftovers.
1-cup leftover mashed potatoes.
8-tablespoons coconut oil.
1/3-cup Leftover gravy.
Place an egg roll wrap in a rectangle on a floured surface and add a teaspoon of cranberry sauce. Add a couple of tablespoons of stuffing and mashed potatoes. Place the turkey on top and fold up the wrap, sealing with a few drops of water. Repeat for the rest of the ingredients.
Place a skillet over medium heat and add the oil. Fry the wrap until golden brown and set aside, repeat for the rest of the breakfast rolls. Serve with reheated gravy.