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If you froze your leftover turkey, but aren't sure what to do with it, give this sandwich a try.
Hearty mushrooms and spicy argula make this sandwich a satisfying meat-free meal for any night of the week.
Frozen waffles speed up the cook time for this comfort food sandwich.
Sandwiches are a natural solution for post-holiday noshing.
There are easy ways to make the most of your holiday meal leftovers.
Chocolate and peppermint are a delicious combination. Here's a recipe that proves it.
Chicken pot pie is great, but you can also use leftover turkey to make a turkey pot pie.
Leftover turkey sandwiches are great, but a stew is nice and light especially after eating such a big meal.
A simmering pot of hearty soup can be inexpensive, delicious, filling, nutritious and a great meal choice for cool evenings.
Round out any meal with a simple side dish recipe focused on vegetables to meet your nutrition guidelines.
This is the time of year when many grocery stores will put sweet potatoes on sale. Here's another great way to use them!
All the taste of a delicious caramel apple without the sticky mess! (And perfect for your holiday table!)
This side dish is a sweet addition to your meal, you might be tempted to eat your veggies for dessert!
Fall in love with apple cobbler all over again – with this easy slow cooker version.
Finish your holiday feast with the grand finale of all desserts – a moist, pumpkin cake base, studded with chocolate chips and topped with a sticky caramel sauce.
Chocolate cake, infused with cinnamon and vanilla, provides the base for a sweet and crunchy pecan pie topping.
Rich and creamy, seasoned to perfection, SO easy and practically fool proof!
Everything you need to create this sweet-tart holiday staple goes into one pot – cranberries, an orange and sugar.
Rich, creamy sweet potatoes loaded with mini marshmallow topping? Count us in!