Rethinking Thanksgiving Leftovers (Gluten-Free)
It’s hard to believe that Thanksgiving is over and December is just around the corner. What’s not so hard to believe is there are still PLENTY of Thanksgiving leftovers in my fridge. A girl can only eat so many turkey sandwiches before going crazy! This year, I decided to search for unique ways to use Thanksgiving leftovers to create delicious gluten-free meals. Below are five favorites.
- Crispy Turkey Tostadas from Eating Well
These delicious Tex-Mex tostadas take only 35 minutes from start to finish, making them the perfect dinner for a busy weekend with family. Put the toppings on the side so everyone can build their own!
- Turkey Soup with Stuffing Dumplings from The Washington Post
Hopefully you had a chance to try one of the gluten-free stuffing recipes we posted around the web. Stuffing is usually the first to be gone at my house, but if you’re lucky enough to have some leftover this recipe is for you.
- Sweet Potato, Goat Cheese, Turkey & Fig Pizza From Family Fresh Cooking
The beauty of this recipe is you can substitute any of the ingredients mentioned above with what you have in your fridge! Instead of using a whole wheat crust (as the recipe suggests), pick up some of our gluten-free pizza crusts and you have an easy meal that kids will love.
- Thanksgiving Sushi Rolls by lilsugar
For you adventurous gluten free cooks out there, this recipe takes the best of Thanksgiving and rolls it up into bite size pieces. Make sure to purchase unflavored Nori for your sushi rolls, because flavored Nori may contain gluten.
- Gluten-Free Mashed Potato Pancakes from Glutenista
Ok, so maybe you have heard of this one before, but it’s my favorite! These gluten free mashed potato pancakes can be enjoyed for breakfast or dinner.
Have a unique gluten-free Thanksgiving leftover recipe of your own? Share it below with a comment.