Thanksgiving Leftovers Casserole

Thanksgiving Leftovers Casserole

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Maureen Maguire


I came up with this recipe one year after Thanksgiving when I was looking for something simple, yet tasty to make with the leftovers from our meal. This was an instant hit with my family, and received a hearty "two thumbs up" from my brother who wants absolutely nothing to do with leftovers of any kind. In fact, HE makes this casserole for his girlfriend year round, and uses chicken breasts in place of turkey.


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10 Min
35 Min


How to Make Thanksgiving Leftovers Casserole


  1. In a 2 qt buttered casserole, layer turkey, cranberry sauce, & dressing (if you have any leftover corn from your dinner & wish to add that, this would be a good place to add it). Pour any leftover gravy over the top of casserole and bake @ 350* for 30-40 minutes, or until bubbly.
  2. You can substitute cooked chicken breasts, sliced thin for the turkey, and use canned gravy in lieu of homemade. This is a very forgiving dish, so be creative with whatever your tastes are!

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