Thanksgiving has come and gone and I am sure you had a bunch of leftovers. I mean, who doesn’t? I had a BUNCH! And we all LOVE those Thanksgiving leftovers! Turkey…Gravy…Stuffing…mmmmmmmm. It really doesn’t get any better than that! Unless it’s Christmas Dinner!!!
I sure hope, by now, you have eaten up all of your Thanksgiving leftovers, but if not…you will want to use them up right away… and I am here to help!
I have been making this scrumptious Thanksgiving Casserole for YEARS. It’s survived the test of time and my family actually asks me to make it at LEAST once a month. Of course, I don’t make a Turkey once a month, so I substitute chicken for the turkey. But this time, I was able to use up all of our leftover Turkey.
Many of you will have a bunch of these Kraft ingredients already on hand to create this casserole, but with our Thanksgiving celebration pretty much wiping my cupboards clean, I had to venture on out to Walmart and grab a few things. I can always count on Walmart to have all of the Kraft brands that I need for my recipes!
If you would like to venture with me and check out my Walmart shopping experience to purchase the Kraft brands that I needed, you can head on over to my Google+ Album :)
This recipe is SO very simple. All you do is grab up the ingredients (don’t worry! I have the recipe listed below!), mix them up and spread them all out in a pan and heat up in the oven! I can’t BELIEVE how good this one turned out! SO YUMMY!
- 1 - 2 lbs. Cooked Turkey
- 4 oz. Kraft Shredded Cheddar Cheese
- 1/4 - 1/2 cup Kraft Mayo
- 1 Box Prepared Stove Top Stuffing
- 1 cup Turkey Gravy
- 1/2 cup Cranberry Sauce or Whole Cranberries
- Preheat Over to 350.
- Mix the Turkey and the Mayo
- Butter or Grease a pan and spread the prepared stuffing into the pan
- Layer the Cranberry over the stuffing
- Layer the Turkey/Mayo Mixture over the Cranberry
- Sprinkle the Cheese on the top and then pour on the gravy
- Bake in a 350 oven for 30-40 mins. until heated through
And the PERFECT beverage to serve with this amazing creation?
Welch’s Sparkling Grape Juice, of course! Just because Thanksgiving is over, doesn’t mean you can’t break out a little non-alcoholic bubbly! :)
With all of these wonderful tastes, it will feel like the Holidays all over again!
For this recipe, I used a smaller “brownie” pan.
You can omit the Cranberries if that’s just not your thing! Also, I sometimes add in leftover Green Bean Casserole or just plain ol’ green beans. This is just another way to make a whole new meal to your Thanksgiving Leftovers.
I hope you enjoy it! If you bake up this recipe, please be sure to come on back and let me know if you liked it! I would LOVE to hear what you think!
AND, if you are searching for MORE ideas for Holiday recipes, be sure to check out the Holiday Family Table with Kraft digital magazine! Check it out below!
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