Over 15 Easy Thanksgiving Leftover Recipes!
“Explore ‘Over 15 Easy Thanksgiving Leftover Recipes,’ a collection brimming with simple and delectable dishes crafted from your Thanksgiving remnants. These recipes are versatile and suitable for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, ensuring no leftover goes to waste. Transform your post-holiday meals with these flavorful and easy-to-follow recipes, making the most out of your Thanksgiving feast and savoring its taste long after the celebration ends.”
Truth: when it comes to everyday leftovers from the work week I’d rather pass.
However, when it comes to Thanksgiving Leftovers, I’m all in. I think the flavors, the amount of food, and hard work that go into creating a big turkey day feast needs to have an encore. Am I right?
With that, I’ve rounded up several tried and true recipes that will keep the Thanksgiving food train chugging along. The great thing about these recipes is that you can make entire meals out of the leftovers and eat them for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
Ready for round 2? Let’s get cooking!
Thanksgiving Leftover Breakfast Recipes:
- Leftover Thanksgiving Dutch Baby Pizza
- Chorizo & Brussel Sprout Stuffing Muffins
- Stuffing Waffles: Perfect Thanksgiving Leftover Idea
- Thanksgiving Brunch Board
- Thanksgiving Leftovers in a Blanket
- Leftover Turkey Ratatouille Skillet with Herbed Dumplings
- Open-Faced Turkey Burger with Apple Bourbon Gravy
- Peri-Peri Turkey & Rice Soup
Leftovers from Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes:
- Leftover Turkey Tamale Pie
- Cheesy Turkey Cauliflower Gnocchi Bake
- Leftover Thanksgiving Pizza Pull-Apart Bread
- Butternut Squash Risotto with Parmesan and Peas
- Cowboy Turkey Baked Burritos
“In summary, these 15+ simple Thanksgiving leftover recipes offer delightful ways to prolong the holiday feast. Whether it’s breakfast or dinner, these dishes maximize leftovers, ensuring no delicious morsel is discarded. Savor a flavorful post-Thanksgiving dining experience with these inventive recipes, making the most of your holiday spread and relishing its flavors long after the festivities have ended.”