So you made pulled pork or have leftovers from a restaurant. Now what? This post has 30 recipes for that leftover pulled pork! I have breakfast and brunch, appetizers, nachos, pizza, soup, main dishes, and sides included.
A fun way to use leftover pulled pork, these quesadillas are filled with your favorite salsa and melty cheese. Great as a meal or appetizer!
Have leftover vegetables from a previous meal you use, or a few random veggies in your fridge? Here are 35 recipe ideas for using those veggies so they don’t go to waste! Breakfast, lunch, dinner, soups, and sides – this list has everything covered!
This cheesy breakfast quiche is loaded with delicious vegetables and bacon. The flaky, buttery crust holds up perfectly with the egg filling. It’s great way to use leftover cooked vegetables, and easy to make vegetarian without the bacon.
Homemade pizza is easy and fun to make. It’s a great quick dinner for one or the family during the week or on weekends. Customize your pizza with any toppings you’d like! My boyfriend introduced me to making homemade pizzas, dough and all. Homemade pizza is great because it’s a quick weeknight meal to throw
This stromboli recipe is great for a weeknight dinner, especially if you make the dough ahead of time. Typically stromboli includes pepperoni, salami, and ham, but this is also a great way to use up sandwich meat and cheese at the end of the week. You can also customize the herbs and spices you use
You won’t be crabby in the morning if you start your day off with these crabby mini quiches! My mom and I always go to G&M Restaurant for crab imperial when she comes to visit. They have the best crab imperial, hands down! The portions are so generous that we always have some left over.
My boyfriend and I grilled bone-in chicken breasts with BBQ sauce the other night, and I took home some leftovers. I was going to make a chicken salad, but I wanted to do a warm sandwich. The chicken salad I made would be good cold, too, especially in a wrap. I’m going to be adding
This chili was perfect for the snow day we had here a couple of weeks ago. I let it simmer on the stove for several hours, but it could also be done in a slow cooker. The beef was super tender, and the chili had a lot of flavor. I’ve included instructions for either method below.
Thanksgiving leftovers! Last year, I made a turkey cranberry flatbread. In addition to the turkey and dumpling soup I made yesterday, I still might make one more thing for this year’s Thanksgiving leftover edition. This recipe is similar to my grandmother’s chicken & dumpling soup recipe. You wouldn’t really need to do anything except switch