20 Ways with Leftover Thanksgiving Turkey

20 Ways with Leftover Thanksgiving Turkey // SavvyEat.com

Happy day-after Thanksgiving everyone! I hope all my American readers had a great holiday (and that all the international Savvy Eaters had a great regular Thursday, as well). If you hosted, I’m guessing you have a ton of leftover turkey on your hands.  Or maybe your host sent you home with a big container of leftovers. Either way, you’re surely in need of some creative ways to use your leftovers, right?

Of course, I recommend freezing turkey so you aren’t on poultry-overload for the next week. Regardless of whether you’ll be working with fresh or frozen Thanksgiving turkey leftovers, here’s 20 ways you can put them to good use. My personal favorite is the breakfast casserole, but I can’t wait to try the enchilada melt, turkey and cranberry sauce salad and the breakfast pizza!

Cornbread Waffle Turkey Sandwiches with Cranberry Aioli via Created by Diane

Cranberry Basil Turkey Sandwich via The Lemon Bowl

Cran-Turkey Enchiladas via Very Culinary

Kentucky Hot Brown Grilled Cheese via Cupcakes and Kale Chips

Leftover Turkey and Cranberry Enchiladas via Cookie Monster Cooking

Leftover Turkey Pho via Cook the Story

Lemon Pepper Turkey Sandwiches via Simple Bites

Loaded Turkey Panini via Pinch of Yum

Mexican Turkey Breakfast Pizza via Taste and Tell

Open Faced Turkey Cranberry Enchilada Melt via Running to the Kitchen

Red Curry Ramen Noodle Soup with Turkey and Butternut Squash via Life Made Sweeter

Smoked Gouda and Turkey Quesadillas via The Housewife in Training Files

Thanksgiving Leftovers Breakfast Casserole

Turkey and Cranberry Sauce Salad via The Healthy Maven

Turkey Croquettes via An Edible Mosaic

Turkey Pot Pie Soup via Cupcakes and Kale Chips

Turkey Ranch Nachos via The View from Great Island

Turkey Tamale Pie via Dinners, Dishes and Desserts

Turkey Vegetable Hash via An Edible Mosaic

Waffled Cranberry Cream Cheese Turkey Sandwiches via Neighborfood

Are you swimming in Thanksgiving leftovers? How do you plan to use them?

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