It’s time to make leftovers the star

The leftovers may just be the most tasty part of your feast!

Michael Marquess, Cover Editor, Co-Art Editor

Thanksgiving is a day on which we sit around the dinner table, unified as Americans. That means a lot of food.

That also means a lot of leftovers.

The issue of Thanksgiving leftovers is so prevalent, a single Google search of the term will trigger an avalanche of websites and catalogs.

With the looming threat of spoiled food only a couple days behind, Thanksgiving probably seems more of a burden than a celebration.

But fear not, the Catamount has got you covered.

Behold, the greatest Thanksgiving Leftover recipes of our time.



Start to finish: 30 minutes


Leftover Turkey

Shredded Cheese

Bell Peppers



Tortilla Chips

Taco Seasoning

Heat the oven to 350 F. Spread a generous amount of chips on a baking tray.

Using a knife, cut up the turkey into bite-sized chunks. Take the meat and spread it all over the chips.

Coat every square inch with shredded cheese. Sprinkle in an ample amount of chopped bell peppers, cilantro, and jalapenos.

Bake until cheese is golden brown.

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Start to finish: 20 minutes

Servings: 4

1 pound of pizza dough

1 cup of cranberry sauce

2 tablespoons of BBQ sauce

1 cup of shredded turkey

3 bulbs of onion

1 tablespoon of cilantro

Preheat oven to 450 F.

Roll the pizza dough over baking sheet.

In a bowl, stir the BBQ and cranberry sauce together.

Mix the turkey meat into the sauce and stir. Then spread it all onto the pizza dough.

Top the pizza with cheese, diced onions, and more turkey.

Bake until crust is golden brown.

[Recipe from Recipe Runner]



Start to finish: 1 minute

1 cup of Cranberry sauce

1 cup of Salsa

Ready a metal bowl.

Mix cranberry sauce with salsa.

Enjoy with Turkey Nachos

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Start to finish: 30 minutes

Leftover stuffing

Waffle mix

Mix stuffing with Waffle Mix

Bake in Waffle-Maker until golden brown.

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