Christmas dinner has come and gone and now you’re left with tupperware full of stuffing, turkey, mashed potatoes and candied yams. You may have sent each guest home with their own container stuffed to the brim with food, but you’ve likely still got a lot to eat! If the idea of turkey sandwiches for a week doesn’t sound appealing, we’ve got you covered. We’ve put together our favorite ways to reinvent holiday leftovers – so that each meal feels like something new after the big feast the week after Christmas.

For a gourmet post-Christmas brunch…

Turkey Croque Madame — If a post-Christmas family brunch is on the agenda, why not put that leftover turkey to good use? Try these gourmet breakfast sandwiches sure to please the whole crowd.

The surefire way to use all the turkey…

One Pot Leftover Turkey Soup — By far the easiest way to use every last bit of your turkey. Freeze this soup for an easy meal on any night throughout the winter.

To please the kids...

Cheesy Leftover Mashed Potato Pancakes — Who doesn’t love potatoes and cheese? Put your mashed potatoes in a bowl, add some cheese and chives, and throw them in a pan. Kid friendly to boot!

If you don’t want to think about preparing a meal ever again...

Leftover Turkey and Stuffing Stuffed Peppers — Put all the leftovers in a bell pepper and bake. That’s it.

If you’ve got a pasta craving...

Turkey Bolognese — Sometimes a bowl of pasta is even more comforting than turkey leftovers. This easy bolognese takes only 20 minutes to prep and is a new take on a classic family favorite.

When all your craving is another round of that holiday meal...

Thanksgiving ‘In a Blanket’ — Take it one step further beyond just heating up a plate of leftovers. Grab a tube of crescent rolls and simply bake it all together. Delicious!