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Turning Your Thanksgiving Leftovers into Delicious Meals

Thanksgiving is one of the most anticipated meals of the year, and you can easily make it the dinner that keeps on giving. Impress your family with these creative and easy ways to repurpose your Thanksgiving leftovers into delicious comfort food for the rest of the long weekend!

Savory waffles:

Pull out that waffle iron that has been taking up space in the back of your cabinet and make a stuffing-based batter. Top your waffles with your favorite Thanksgiving leftovers like turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy and you will have yourself a quick dinner that is the definition of comfort food. See the full recipe here.

Turkey Pot Pie:

Shred turkey and throw in leftover gravy and veggies into a casserole pan and top with a pie crust. Toss it into the oven and get ready for a cozy meal that requires minimal prep time.

Thanksgiving in a Sandwich:

Pull out the wonder bread, cheese slices, leftover turkey, stuffing, gravy, and cranberry sauce. Have your family line up and make their sandwiches to their taste. It’s a meal that caters to picky eaters without lifting a finger.

Turkey Salad:

Pull out the turkey, leftover celery, grapes and apples. Chop everything up and toss it all in a little mayo. Serve on bread as a sandwich or scoop it over a bed of greens and enjoy!

Shepard’s Pie:

Did you end up making too many mashed potatoes? Turn them into a delightful shepherd’s pie with stuffing, turkey, cranberry sauce, gravy and veggies underneath. See Martha Stewart’s full recipe here.

Take a break after making your Thanksgiving meal with easy and quick recipes to use up those leftovers. That way you can spend the rest of your week relaxing with your family!