How To Use Thanksgiving Leftovers!

Whew! That was filling! Now, what to do with the leftovers….

 

1. Potatoes Sweet and Unsweet
Photo Courtesy Connoisseurus Veg

Photo Courtesy Connoisseurus Veg

Make potato cakes for any meal of the day or try this recipe for sweet potato hash browns! Delicious for breakfast, or anytime! Full details.

 

2. Cranberry Sauce
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Photo courtesy Blissful Basil

You can easily turn your leftover cranberry sauce into a glaze, add it to oatmeal, or try this Grab-N-Go Sweet Potato, Cranberry, Quinoa Power Bowl. Full details.

 

3. “Turkey” loaf
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Photo courtesy Connoisseurus Veg

The best way to use your faux turkey roast, loaf, or roll is to make wraps or sandwiches. You can add cheese and incorporate your stuffing and/or salad as well. Try this recipe for a Vegan Thanksgiving Sandwich.  Full details.

Photo courtesy Connoisseurus Veg

Photo courtesy Connoisseurus Veg

The second best way is to throw it into a pot pie like this one. Full details.

 

4. Extra veggies
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Photo courtesy Olives for Dinner

Throw your extra veggies into rice, pasta, or put them into a frittata. You can sub out whatever veggies you have leftover and apply them to this recipe. Full details.

 

5. Stuffing

lentil-burgers

You can put leftover stuffing in a waffle maker for a savory breakfast or you can use the stuffing as a filling to make veggie patties for sandwiches. This is a good recipe for burger patties into which you can incorporate the stuffing. Full details.

 

6. Dessert
Photo courtesy Minimalist Baker

Photo courtesy Minimalist Baker

A great way to use those leftover pies is to throw them into oatmeal! You can try this recipe for Sweet Potato Pie Oatmeal. Full details.

Photo Courtesy Olives for Dinner

Photo Courtesy Olives for Dinner

Or get fancy and try this recipe for Pumpkin Pie Ravioli Spheres with your leftover pumpkin. Full details.

 

 

 

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