Delicious Recipes Using Thanksgiving Leftovers

ST. LOUIS, Miss. – Is your refrigerator packed to the brim with leftovers? Surely by this point you cannot image eating another piece of turkey or one more spoon full of stuffing, right? Fortunately for you, we’ve found some of the most delicious recipes using Thanksgiving leftovers! All of these dishes will taste entirely different from your Turkey Day feast, but will help you use up all of those traditional Thanksgiving foods sitting in your fridge! 

Delicious Recipes Using Thanksgiving Leftovers
 
Really, what could be better than turkey, mashed potatoes, and cranberry sauce on a biscuit?
This hash recipe serves TRIPLE duty! Eat it as a side for breakfast, lunch, or dinner!
Very few things compare to the deliciousness of a warm turkey sandwich. This reuben is so good, you may not be able to wait until the next day to make it.
Leftovers never tasted SO good! These pies are the ultimate way to make a dent in the leftover stash built up in the fridge.
If you indulged a little too much on Turkey Day (don’t worry, we aren’t judging you), this leftover recipe is for you! This soup is a light and easy way to use up your turkey.
 
You know we had to throw AT LEAST one dessert in here! If you took the time to make homemade cranberry sauce, don’t let it go to waste!
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