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If there’s one thing I really don’t like, it’s throwing away food. To me it seems so crazy; why would I first pay for something, only to throw it in the trash later on? It’s also not good considering the nature resources, so I would just rather try and find all kinds of ways to prepare my leftovers for another meal. Besides, it’s a lot of fun, too! I bet I’ve created some pretty imaginative dishes because of these principles!
This is one of my favorite breakfast recipes to utilize dinner leftovers from the day before! Between the creamy mashed potatoes, and the thick turkey gravy drizzled over these signature bites of heaven, your family will be asking for seconds. This serves four, but the recipe can easily be doubled for a larger crowd. Fun and easy to make, this recipe will guarantee you make good use of your leftovers.
Recipe and photo courtesy of The Food Network
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