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This savory breakfast option from @erinsgranola is basically genius. Stick leftover stuffing in a waffle iron for a crispy finish, then top it with all the fixings.

If you have a ton of leftover turkey, turn it in to a delicious, creamy turkey salad like @eatingbirdfood. You still might end up eating turkey sandwiches, but the different texture and flavor keeps things interesting.

TikTok creator @cookingwithnik turned her leftover turkey, stuffing, and mashed potatoes into delicious empanadas. They’re just as easy to pack for lunch as a turkey sandwich, but way more fun to eat.

If you want that classic 15-hour potato crunch, go straight to the source and try Poppy O’Toole’s recipe. She regularly tries out variations on the potato at @poppycooks. This version uses beef drippings instead of duck fat making it a little easier for the average home cook.

Are you a garlic girl? Then this modified recipe from @poppycooks is for you. Add some garlic to your 15-hour potato for all the crunch of the original recipe packed full of your favorite flavors.

Not a meat eater? Not a problem. This recipe swaps the animal fat for a vegetable suet and a vegetable stock cube for added flavor. Poppy’s honest review? Just as delicious but a little less crunchy than the original.

This super simple corn casserole recipe from @cheftimclowers is creamy, fluffy, and delicious. It’s a classic holiday recipe that’s sure to inspire some nostalgia around the Thanksgiving table. It’s large enough to serve a big group, but there probably won’t be any leftovers.

These ravioli-sized cherry pie bites from @fedbysab are perfect for holiday parties where guests mingle while they eat rather than sit around the table. The only problem is that they might be gone too fast.

This tiny cream cheese pumpkin pie from @socialsami’s page combines everything you love about cheesecake and pumpkin pie in one adorable bite-sized package. Use pumpkin cookie cutters for an even cuter look.

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