Thanksgiving might look a little different this year. Rather than the big gatherings we are used to, things might be smaller-scale. This means you will probably have more leftovers than normal! Thankfully, we have lots of ideas for how to use them.
A classic use of Thanksgiving leftovers is to create a delicious sandwich utilizing all the components of your leftovers. Melissa Clark puts a spin on the traditional post-Thanksgiving sandwich with inspiration from a French dip sandwich.
Turning leftover mashed potatoes into crispy, creamy croquettes might be even tastier than the original dish.
When in doubt, you cannot go wrong with stuffing your Thanksgiving leftovers into bread dough to create delicious pull-apart rolls.
Putting leftover stuffing into a waffle iron might feel wrong, but once you taste the crunchy, crispy corners you will not regret it. For a satisfying breakfast after Thanksgiving, top the waffle with a fried egg and leftover gravy.
Complete your festive creations with The Artist Capsule - this flavorful set is sure to jazz up your Thanksgiving fare with its zingy acidity and herbaceous greenery.