10 Great Ways To Use Up Your Leftover Turkey

10 Great Ways To Use Up Your Leftover Turkey

Don’t worry about finishing off your huge turkey on Thanksgiving. Save some for leftovers for the next couple of days and you’ll be thankful that you chose to cook such a large bird. Not only can you use leftover turkey in sandwiches and salads, but you can also use it in stock, casseroles and tons of other dishes. Enjoy!

Turkey Stock - This is a simple and delicious stock that you can make using leftover turkey.

Gobbler Sandwich - These easy Thanksgiving-style wrap consists of turkey, cucumber, lettuce and a yummy glaze.

Chicken or Turkey Casserole - A combination of turkey or chicken, with stuffing and cheese all in one delicious casserole!

Terrific Turkey Salad - This is a great turkey salad that can be prepared any time of the year, but is especially great right after a holiday meal.

Turkey Cranberry Avocado Sandwich - This is my go-to sandwich at lunchtime! It combines creamy and sweet flavors to make one yummy (and healthy) lunch.

Crunchy Turkey Salad - Fill pita bread or line plates with lettuce and place scoops of this crunchy apple, celery, walnut and turkey salad on top.

Country Turkey Casserole
- Your favorite mixed vegetables join turkey and stuffing in a creamy sauce in this no-hassle casserole.

French Bistro Turkey Sandwich - A new twist on a classic turkey sandwich. A deliciously sweet and tangy spread on turkey makes this sandwich taste like Thanksgiving leftovers all year 'round!

Turkey Soup - I always loved the turkey soup that my mother used to make, and now I make it. It's made using the carcass from the holiday turkey. We don't make a whole turkey very often, so I get the remains from a family member or friend. This is a very healthy, delicious and comforting dish in the cold winter months.

Thanksgiving Quiche - I whipped these up for my grandkids' breakfast the day after Thanksgiving from the leftovers. They felt quite special having individual little pies of their own.

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