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Thanksgiving Leftovers Pot Pie

Thanksgiving Leftovers Pot Pie

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Highlights
    • QUICK TRICK. Gravy is usually one of the first things to disappear at dinner. If it does, you can always use canned gravy.
    • SIMPLE SWAP. Green bean casserole is a classic, but many families are swapping out the old standby for Brussels sprouts or another green favorite. You can do the same in this recipe.
    • GO VEG. Have vegetarians in your family? Simply use cream of mushroom soup and serve the turkey and gravy on the side.

The Big Feast calls for lots of food, which means lots of leftovers. Though you can always freeze the turkey for later, store for quick reheating, or restyle extras into lunch, one of the easiest ways to use leftovers is bake them all together, pot pie style.

This recipe is as delicious as your Thursday Thanksgiving feast, and creative as your own imagination. Since no two Thanksgiving dinners are the same, we’ll list ingredients in the recipe, but please use as much or as little of the ingredients as you wish. The main goals here are to stuff the Pyrex pan, cover with puffed pastry crust, bake and enjoy.

THANKSGIVING LEFTOVERS POT PIE

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Highlights
    • QUICK TRICK. Gravy is usually one of the first things to disappear at dinner. If it does, you can always use canned gravy.
    • SIMPLE SWAP. Green bean casserole is a classic, but many families are swapping out the old standby for Brussels sprouts or another green favorite. You can do the same in this recipe.
    • GO VEG. Have vegetarians in your family? Simply use cream of mushroom soup and serve the turkey and gravy on the side.