Here are five lifestyle hacks for Thanksgiving leftovers that you might find useful:
- Make a Thanksgiving pizza: You can use your leftover turkey, cranberry sauce, cheese, and gravy to make a delicious pizza. Just spread some cranberry sauce over a pizza crust, top it with shredded turkey, cheese, and gravy, and bake it in the oven until the cheese is melted and bubbly.
- Turn your turkey into a soup: If you have a lot of turkey left, you can make a hearty and comforting soup with it. Just simmer some turkey bones and meat in a large pot of water with some onion, celery, carrot, bay leaf, salt, and pepper. Strain the broth and shred the meat, then return them to the pot. Add some noodles, rice, or barley, and some frozen or fresh vegetables, and cook until tender.
- Make a Thanksgiving sandwich: One of the easiest and most satisfying ways to use up your leftovers is to make a sandwich. You can use any bread you like, such as sliced bread, rolls, or croissants, and layer it with turkey, cranberry sauce, stuffing, cheese, and lettuce.
- Bake a Thanksgiving pie: You can use your leftover mashed potatoes, turkey, and vegetables to make a savory pie. Just mix some turkey and vegetables with some gravy or cream of mushroom soup, and spread it in a pie dish. Then, top it with mashed potatoes, and sprinkle some cheese on top.
- Make a Thanksgiving salad: You can use your leftover turkey, cranberry sauce, and nuts to make a fresh and healthy salad. Just toss some greens, such as spinach, kale, or lettuce, with some chopped turkey, dried cranberries, toasted pecans, and feta cheese. You can also add some apple, pear, or orange slices for some sweetness and crunch.