Food, friends, family and fun… Now that the festivities are over, it is time to figure out what to do with all of the leftovers. The following are delicious ways to use your leftovers in creative and scrumptious dishes.

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Turkey Cobb Sandwiches

This sandwich is the perfect way to use your leftover turkey, salad, and bread. It’s easy to make, yet delicious. Worried about calories? Substitute a low carb wrap in place of bread for a guilt-free meal. For the recipe, click here . (Photo courtesy of Country Living)

  


Pecan and Sweet Potato Bread

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Take your leftover sweet potatoes or yams and use them in this quick bread recipe. Just add some pecans with thanksgiving spices, flour, etc., and you have a great treat to enjoy with your morning coffee or to serve as a dessert after a meal. For the recipe, click here . (Photo courtesy of Chowhound)

  


Apple Crisp with Cranberry Sauce

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Here is a wonderful fall dessert to make with leftover cranberry sauce and apples. The fruits are compatible in flavor, tart and sweet, and the colors are inviting. Just add cinnamon, butter, sugar, and a few other ingredients for this easy, yet delicious treat. For the recipe, click here . (Photo courtesy of Allrecipe)

  


Next Day Turkey Soup

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You may still be in a food coma from all of the festive fare. Here is a recipe that is easy to make, yet light and satisfying. It is a traditional way to reuse Thanksgiving leftovers. Who doesn’t like a warm soup on a cool, autumn day! For the recipe, click here . (Photo courtesy of Food Network)

  


Potato Patties

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Crisp on the outside and soft on the inside, these patties are sure to be a hit! Just use your leftover mashed potatoes and stuffing for a dish that you can eat for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. For the recipe, click here .

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