Cook up an extra large feast.
And enjoy those turkey leftovers.
Skipping breakfast is never an option, especially when you have precious Thanksgiving leftovers waiting for you.
This spiced quick bread is packed with canned pumpkin and fresh (or frozen) cranberries. Sounds like a tasty breakfast or snack to us! Turn a few slices into french toast for a real treat.
Now that’s a mouthful! Standard turkey sandwiches step aside. Enjoy this hearty melt for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. (Don’t forget the egg.)
Tuck into one of these cozy bowls. Congee and chili are both guaranteed to warm your soul. (Which is particularly necessary come Black Friday.)
Simple and comforting. You only need a handful of common ingredients so excuses are irrelevant.
Freeze any leftover chili and enjoy later when you’re low on time and energy. Simply thaw the frozen chili in your fridge and reheat on your stove. Cheddar cheese is a must!
Burgers and nachos are light?! Well, that depends on how much you load them up (and how many lucky peeps you decide to share with, or not.)
These vegan, gluten-free burgers are packed with flavor, really. Not a vegan or gluten-free individual? Go ahead and use what ever stuffing you have on hand.
Nachos are very accepting when it comes to leftovers, so feel free to include your favorite toppings in on the fun. Fresh guac is a good place to start.