With stomachs stuffed with food and fridges stuffed with turkey, here are some post-Thanksgiving recipes that will give life to your leftovers. Whether it's a sandwich or cookie made with stuffing, these recipes are sure to put a dent in your fridge.
Cranberries and Brie elevate your turkey leftovers and please your taste buds, too. Click here to see the recipe.
Spice up your turkey leftovers by transforming them into turkey enchiladas. With chili powder, three cheeses, corn tortillas, and fresh cilantro for garnish and more, and you'll have a whole new meal for the whole family to enjoy.
Wrap up your turkey and add bacon and Roquefort to transform your leftovers.
Like a baked ziti on steroids, this Thanksgiving-flavored casserole is pure comfort food.
Warm up the day with this easy and satisfying soup.
Press your turkey into a delicious panini sandwich from Emeril. Pesto and provolone give this sandwich Italian flair. Click here to see the recipe.
This milkshake from Hill Country's executive chef, Elizabeth Karmel, is easy as pie. Blend your favorite pies with ice cream for the ultimate indulgence. Click here to see the recipe.
These open-faced sandwiches disguise over-cooked turkey. Serve them topped with Emeril's spicy jicama and jalapeno coleslaw. Click here to see the recipe.
Made with stuffing, these cookies are an unexpectedly delicious treat. Use extra stuffing mix and mix it into the cookie dough. Don't be afraid to dunk them in milk! Click here to see the recipe.
Try something new with this tex-mex casserole from Emeril. This works as an easy weeknight meal when you're tired of plain turkey. Click here to see the recipe.
|Sandra Lee's Turkey Soup|
Use the gizzards and turkey bones to make this flavorful soup. Add pasta, vegetables and white or dark meat for warm and hearty lunch. Click here to see the recipe.
Doll up your next-day sandwiches with fresh apples, dried cherries and pecans.