Turn Your Thanksgiving Leftovers into Weekend Party Food
If you are anything like us, you hate for the Thanksgiving celebration to be over. So, why not turn those delectable leftovers into weekend party food? Flip through the slideshow to view our top leftover recommendations.
Sweet Potato Biscuits
These flaky biscuits make an attractive, dusky-orange topping for the vegetable potpies; alternatively, they can be cooked separately and served alongside roast meat and poultry or even eaten by themselves for breakfast.
Want to turn leftover sweet potatoes into something even more delicious? Click here: Sweet Potato Biscuits
Carrots with Tahini Dressing
Want to turn those cooked Thanksgiving carrots into a delectable snack or side dish?
Try this simple recipe. Click here: Carrots with Tahini Dressing
Mashed Potato Spring Rolls
Take those creamy leftover mashed potatoes and use it as filling for a delectable spring roll.
Trust us. You'll want to try this recipe: Mashed Potato Spring Rolls
Sweet Potato and Turnip Mash with Sage Butter
What to do with those leftover sweet potatoes and turnips? Make a creamy, flavor-packed mash, of course!
Recreate your leftover dishes! Try this recipe: Sweet Potato and Turnip Mash with Sage Butter
Sausage and Stuffing Criss-Cross Pastry
Looking for a way to reuse that delicious batch of homemade Thanksgiving stuffing? Try baking it in a pastry to serve as an ideal weekend appetizer or succulent main entree.
Try the recipe! Click here: Sausage and Stuffing Criss-Cross Pastry
Want to create a whole new dish using some ingredients you're likely to have in your cabinet, plus some Thanksgiving leftovers? Toss those cooked up green beans in a spaghetti genovese! Ideal for post-Thanksgiving lunch!
Want to try the recipe? Click here: Spaghetti Genovese
These are the ultimate post-Thanksgiving treats. Serve as appetizers, lunch or an accompanying dinner item and we promise the whole family will fall in love. Don't be surprised when the plate is cleared in minutes.
Combine your Thanksgiving leftovers into this downright tempting recipe: Turkey-Stuffing Bundles
If you're anything like me, you hate for the celebration to be over. As soon as Thanksgiving night rolls around and the clock turns an ungodly hour, I start picking up the wine glasses and planning for the next shindig. This year, I plan to keep the festivities going well through the weekend. After all, who else will finish all those leftovers for me?
Bright idea: Why not host a post-Thanksgiving open house, complete with a gift-wrapping party for all those Black Friday purchases? Lay out various wrapping paper, ribbons and accessories and compare all of your great shopping deals. Of course, you'll need food, so look to your leftovers for these fun and tasty appetizers!
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