Saturday, November 28, 2015

Favorite Thanksgiving Leftover Recipes

Hi friends! I hope you had the most amazing Thanksgiving of all time. We had a wonderful time with both my family and my husband's family. We ate WAY too much and loved spending time with eachother and talking about all of the blessings we are thankful for. It's been an interesting year with several trials for our family, but through it all, I am so grateful for my beautiful family and my loving Heavenly Father who has helped us through all that we've been through. We feel so grateful to have this company Deals to Meals and the chance to help so many of you. Everyday I wake up to do my job I am so thankful I get to be home with my kids and be their mother. It is also such a blessing to work everyday with my best friend and hubby. We have worked together every day for over 5 1/2 years and we have loved every minute of it! He does all of our laundry, helps me with the kids and allows me to put several hours a day into this blog and our website. It took a while to figure out our different rolls in our marriage and with our company, but I am thankful things run smoothly and we get to be together.

So much to be thankful for, isn't there? I love this time of year! Do you have lots of leftovers from Thanksgiving? I am excited to share some of my favorite leftovers with you. We also have a new Meal Planner uploaded on our website with some of our other favorite Thanksgiving leftover recipes. Whether you have mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, turkey or ham leftovers, we have the recipes for you! Hope you enjoy and have a wonderful weekend.

Ultimate Terrific Turkey Sandwiches--great with that leftover turkey, rolls, stuffing and cranberry!

Turkey Cranberry Wraps--great with leftover turkey & cranberry.

Ham & Turkey Party Rolls--use your leftover ham, turkey & rolls. These party rolls come together quickly and are a HUGE crown pleaser!

Turkey Green Chile Melts--a delicious & unique sandwich that uses your leftover turkey.

Ham and Potato Soup


Anonymous said...

Can't wait to try your recipes! Do you have wraps or tortillas in your
food storage. How do you store them.


Anonymous said...

Love the Turkey Melt--I add a little cayenne or red pepper flakes to the canned green peppers--kickes up the flavors, just a notch! Love your blog!!

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Shandra said...

Thank you! Yes, a little cayenne does help kick the spice up a notch and add more flavor. Thanks for giving us that added idea ;)

I don't have tortillas in my food storage, but I do keep the ingredients to make them on hand (flour, water, shortening, salt, etc.) They are simple to make (I have a recipe on this blog for my favorite recipe), or just keep several packages in your freezer (I 20 or more). we would be SAD without tortillas. We love them wrapped in nearly everything ;) Thanks for the comments and I hope you enjoy these recipes!

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