Once in a year, every after Thanksgiving in particular, we are often faced with one common problem. That is the tons of leftovers hanging on the fridge.
This year, we’ll help you do something about that problem. Instead of throwing them all away, why not transform them into something tasty and healthy? Thanks to the efforts of other bloggers across the web, you will now learn how to use up those turkeys, mashed potatoes, and cranberry sauce!
Who knew that all those Thanksgiving leftovers could be transformed into a hot bowl of ramen? Well, let’s just be happy because this is what Beach Body’s recipe teaches us. With ginger, miso paste, and soy sauce, you could create one authentic soup flavor that tastes impressively good!
Worried about those leftover pumpkins? It’s no big problem. This recipe from Peachy Palate calls for pumpkins as a main ingredient. Better yet, it’s gluten-free and vegan because of coconut oil. If you also have cranberry sauce, you might want to top it to this gnocchi.
After a heavy Thanksgiving dinner, it feels great to have a light breakfast. With bread, cranberry sauce, and coconut oil, you can create this recipe from Oh My Veggies as easy as one, two, three! You just need to remember that the sauce has to be something homemade. Otherwise, you’d get a gross-looking result.
Want to create interesting flavor combinations out of those turkey leftovers? Briana Thomas has the perfect recipe for us. It’s called Leftover Turkey Fried Wrap. With only 8 main ingredients, you can serve one nourishing dish to your family. Try it!
This recipe from Stupid Easy Paleo is the best cure for all those over indulgences from Thanksgiving Day. The combination of carrots, sweet potatoes, bell pepper, tomatoes, and organic coconut oil taste superb and incredibly unique.
Thinking of repurposing all those Thanksgiving delights? In My Bowl has a healthy twist idea you might want to consider. With only 6 ingredients, you get a flavorful smoothie every sandwich buff couldn’t help but sip!
Be Mindful Be Human encourages us to be creative with those leftovers. Perhaps repurposing them into a sumptuous breakfast in the next day would be ideal. Let their Turkey Sweet Potato Hash with Stuffing Leftovers recipe inspire you. They just threw in the leftover turkey, uncooked sweet potatoes, and other veggies into the pot. The result looked really good!
Are those leftover turkeys consuming all the space you have in your fridge? Here’s a great recipe for you. Roast turkey is paired with fresh yams and garnished with a dose of sage for added fragrance. Like other dishes served as centerpieces during the holiday dinner, this hash is bursting with flavors. Plus, it’s nutritious!
Fit Living Foodies shares a unique twist to the classic Turkey Pot Pie. It makes use of leftover turkeys and some cheesy Jalapeno biscuits. It’s pretty easy to make. Put the turkey into the casserole and throw in the green veggies and other ingredients. It’ll turn into something better than you expected!
Unlike ham and split pea, turkey and split pea may seem like an odd pair. But actually, it is a great combo! Aside from that, it’s also the best turkey leftover solution! Let’s give credit to Traci D Mitchell for sharing this recipe.
If you’ve grown up with over-indulgences of the holidays, why not make this year different? Fill your soul with carb-rich meal like this shared by The Beautiful Balance. It’ll definitely be a hit in the family, so you might look forward to next year’s Thanksgiving.
What to do with all those cranberry sauce leftovers? The Nourishing Gourmet has an answer. Turn it into a cheesy and sweet Cranberry Turkey Monte Cristo. Even if the holiday has passed, this meal will stay savory and sweet! Feel free to get creative though.
Are you tired and sick of the pumpkins in the fridge? Then these cheesy delights are worth preparing! Although this tastes nothing like pumpkin and cheesecake, the addition of coconut butter shell makes it extra special. Just store it in an airtight container to preserve its flavor.
Just 1 cup of mashed potatoes, stuffing, and turkey and you get to create this mouthwatering Thanksgiving Leftover Potato Pancake recipe from Nutritious Eats. What a great twist to the classic pancakes. A healthier option, we’d say!
Give life to the boring leftovers with this Island Turkey Lava Tacos from The Prize of Cooking. This dish is crunching with a wide variety of flavors complementing each other – coconut, fruit salsa, spicy lava sauce, and jicama.
What would Thanksgiving be without Pumpkin Pies? After all, they make our holiday feast complete. But if you’ve had enough of that dessert, Pop Sugar has a better recommendation – Vegan Sweet Potato Pie with Whipped Coconut Cream Frosting.
We’ve come to the last part, but we promise you this one won’t disappoint. Our very own Super Easy Roasted Sweet Potatoes with Coconut Oil should spice up those sweet potato leftovers, literally! C’mon, just imagine those sweet potatoes drizzled with Coco Treasure’s Certified Organic Extra Virgin Coconut Oil, salt, paprika, and cinnamon.
Now, you might want to be thankful to have those Thanksgiving leftovers and coconut oil. With these recipes, you’ll have a whole week worth of meals! But if you’re thinking of ways to store the leftovers to extend their shelf life, we have some useful tips, too.