Got Thanksgiving leftovers? Here are our favorite Thanksgiving leftovers recipes, with love from Framed Cooks. Thankful for YOU!
This easy peasy sweet potato hummus is a variation on my beloved five minute hummus recipe, which really does take just five minutes. This one takes more like fifteen minutes since it includes a sweet potato that you need to cook up in the microwave before adding it in, but I promise that it is so worth those extra ten minutes. Ready to put a sweet potato spin on everyone’s favorite healthy appetizer? Let’s make it!
Well, it’s the day after Halloween, which means Thanksgiving is right around the corner, which means we are in hot pursuit of Thanksgiving recipes both old and new. I’m always in charge of bringing mashed potatoes (and I always use my friend Ree’s naughty recipe for mashies with cream cheese), but this year I am also in love with this recipe for roasted butternut squash with feta cheese. I love butternut squash anything, so when soft feta is added to the mix, along with a lemon honey drizzle and a few baby greens…well, that’s definitely something to be thankful for.
Ready to butternut up your Thanksgiving? Let’s make it!
It’s not even Thanksgiving and I am already dreaming sweet dreams of the potential leftovers. And while I am always up for a perfect Thanksgiving leftovers sandwich, once I get that out of my system this is my next favorite way to use up any remaining turkey, veggies and gravy, along with some freshly cooked rice. Say hello to Thanksgiving fried rice, which just might be your new favorite leftovers recipe. Make sure you get your fair share of those leftovers and let’s make it!
Ah, this salad. It is chock full of not only the scrumptious tastes of fall, but the carrots and the shallots and the slightly charred bits make it look like fall too. It is served just the right amount of warm, and while you don’t HAVE to do this, I like to make all this healthiness just the slightest bit naughty by adding a handful of bacon. I’m not saying this is ever going to replace mashed potatoes or sweet potato casserole on your holiday table…but you might want to make room for it alongside those favorites. Ready for a warm and wonderful salad? Let’s make it!
I know, I know, it’s not even The Day and I’m already dreaming about the leftovers. And by leftovers, I mean this perfect, perfect Thanksgiving sandwich…thick slices of leftover turkey nestled between generous spoonfuls of stuffing and cranberry sauce, with a nice puddle of gravy. All served up on a soft roll, and now you are dreaming about leftovers too, right? And while it might not seem like a recipe is needed for a turkey sandwich, in my experience it’s all about how you put it together.
So, once the turkey is carved and the mashed potatoes are eaten and the pumpkin pie is sliced and you are once again hungry even though you swore you would never be hungry again, come on back to Framed Cooks and let’s make it!