Last Updated on May 28, 2020
14. Thanksgiving Dinner Casserole
If you've had your fill of turkey sandwiches the day after Thanksgiving, consider throwing all of your leftovers (turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, stuffing, cranberry sauce, and green beans) together into a tasty casserole instead! I love to eat my food mixed all together, so this recipe is definitely for me.
15. Leftover Steak Sandwiches
I've never been a fan of leftover steak, so it usually gets tossed, but I do like the idea of using it in a sandwich! Just toss in a few grilled onions, melted cheese, and bbq sauce, and you have an entirely different meal altogether.
16. Leftover Chicken BBQ Sandwiches
Grilled chicken is a staple in my house, and there always seems to be leftovers. Chop it up, smother it in bbq sauce, and top it with cheese to make a scrumptious bbq sandwich for lunch the next day! It is also good leftover sliced up on your favorite salad.
17. Cake Balls from Leftover Cake
I love a good slice of cake on special occasions, but I DON'T like leftover cake sitting on my kitchen counter for a week, tempting me every time I'm in the kitchen. Instead, make these easy cake balls and give them away to your neighbors and friends! It's so easy, and they make for adorable little gifts if you package them up in a little box.
18. Leftover Thanksgiving Dinner Soup
Throw your Thanksgiving leftovers (along with a few other ingredients) into the slow cooker and enjoy this delicious turkey & mashed potato chowder the next day! I love turning Thanksgiving dinner into something other than a boring turkey sandwich, don't you?
19. Leftover Rice Patties
There is always leftover rice! It's worse than pasta– you make enough to feed your entire neighborhood. Throw some eggs, chopped veggies, and cheese into the mix to make tasty rice patties the next day! I could just eat these alone as a meal, but they would also be wonderful as a side dish served with grilled chicken or steak.