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If you just finished celebrating a gut-busting Thanksgiving with friends and family, you’re probably staring at a refrigerator full of leftovers, picturing a week of turkey sandwiches in your future. These easy casseroles are a much more interesting way to use the extra food.

Tasty Turkey Tetrazzini

This easy turkey tetrazzini uses ingredients you probably have on hand (like half a box of pasta), frozen peas, bread crumbs, sour cream, a splash of white wine, and parmesan cheese—but the leftover turkey is the star of the show.  

Leftover Stuffing Breakfast Casserole

If everyone in in your family brought their own special stuffing recipe to Thanksgiving this year, make this four-ingredient breakfast casserole. Simply whisk eggs, milk, and cheese together, pour it over the leftover stuffing, and bake. The stuffing seasoning adds plenty of flavor.

Healthy Turkey Pot Pie

Pot pies are often filled with heavy cream and butter, but after a massive Thanksgiving dinner you may feel like eating a little lighter. This recipe will help you use up leftover turkey and any frozen vegetables in your freezer without adding another notch on your belt.

Turkey Chow Mein Casserole

This fun fusion recipe adds an unexpected twist to the post-Thanksgiving casserole by using chow mein noodles and bean sprouts. The super simple recipe results in a delicious combination of creamy and crunchy.

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