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These Thanksgiving leftover recipes I've found will keep your family eating long after the main event has ended.

Picture it: you’ve just spent a full day with family and eating a grand meal. Everyone has gathered their things and the cars start pulling out the driveway. You look around as you realize this: you’ve got seven pounds of turkey, a quarter of a bowl of mashed potatoes, and other half-eaten pans of leftovers sitting on the table. What will you do?

The good thing about Thanksgiving foods is that they taste so good as leftovers! Leftover turkey can turn into excellent sandwiches and soup, mashed potatoes can become individual cheesy bites, and cranberry sauce can transform into muffins. These Thanksgiving leftover recipes I’ve found will keep your family eating long after the main event has ended.

The prices listed are based on an average price of what’s on sale this week at various stores and are subject to change weekly.

Turkey Enchiladas – recipe

onions – 99¢ lb
turkey – 69¢ lb
cheese – $2
tortillas – $2

Turkey Noodle Soup – recipe

turkey – 69¢ lb
onion – 99¢ lb
pasta – 54¢
carrots – $1.50

Turkey Primavera – recipe

pasta – 54¢
asparagus – $2.98 lb
squash – $1.29 lb
turkey – 69¢ lb

Mashed Potato Puffs – recipe

potatoes – $2.99 5 lb bag
eggs – 99¢
cheese – $2
bacon – $3.49

Cranberry Sauce Muffins – recipe

flour – $1.99
sugar – 89¢
eggs – 99¢
cranberry sauce – $1.50

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    • Jenna

      My favorite thing to do every year is make a cottage (or shepherd’s) pie with the leftovers. In our house, it’s more popular than the Thanksgiving meal itself. Leftover green bean casserole (or broccoli casserole) is mixed with leftover turkey in a casserole dish. Top with leftover mashed potatoes (or even stuffing/dressing) and shredded cheddar. Bake until bubbly and cheese is melted.

      • Jan Nash

        We do something very similar and it is delicious!!