foodie fridays: leftover thanksgiving pizza pull-apart bread
“Transform Thanksgiving leftovers into a culinary masterpiece with our Leftover Thanksgiving Pizza Pull-Apart Bread. Each bite is a delightful fusion of holiday flavors, creating a unique and satisfying twist on tradition.”
Growing up, eating leftovers was almost a bigger deal than the big turkey feast. I remember my brothers fighting over the last slice of canned cranberry. Can someone please explain the infatuation with this jellied-quasi-bitter-sold-slinky-look-alike? Maybe it’s a dude thing? I dunno.
My palate is pretty simple when it comes to leftovers – a slice of turkey on some buttery bread with a dollop of mayo and I’m a happy girl. If I feel like getting wild, a sunny-side up egg might make an appearance along with some bacon. But overall, I keep it simple. Why not? Leftovers is all about the ease. And ease should taste good.
But if you want to kick up your leftovers, I have the perfect solution. Since it’s the holidays, why not commit to carbs? My stretchy pants and I won’t tell. I thought pizza would be a fun and easy way to incorporate leftovers, but not just any pizza, a pull-apart pizza, yo.
I’ve never made a pull-apart bread before and the thought of kneading dough the day after Thanksgiving sounded like a major no-no. So, the pizza ready to-go version felt like the right decision. The base of this pizza is a simple white sauce topped with turkey and your standard stuffing ingredients – carrot, onion, and celery. Really you can you use whatever toppings you like, thus the beauty of a blank carb canvas.
So, make this pull-apart pizza and I will leave the choice of cranberry up to you!
“Conclude your Thanksgiving feast with the inventive taste of Leftover Thanksgiving Pizza Pull-Apart Bread. It’s a delicious encore that transforms holiday leftovers into a flavorful and satisfying culinary experience.”