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What To Do With Holiday Leftovers!

Nutrition
2021-12-27 | By: Snap Fitness
 What To Do With Holiday Leftovers!

Tis' the season for endless heaps of mashed potatoes, boats of gravy and perfectly cooked turkey or ham awaiting you at the holiday table. Delicious meals and hearty side dishes that only come around this time of year are unquestionably one of the best parts of the season.

It's the special time of year when you can take time to enjoy good company with even better food. With all that food however, comes lots of leftovers!

So, to help you use all those delicious only-comes-once-a-year dishes that are staring at you from the fridge, we’ve put together 3 healthy recipes you can make with your holiday leftovers.

 

Cranberry Oatmeal

Oatmeal is the perfect way to start your day- and a great way to add some flavor is with a little help from one of the season's favorite sauces: cranberry sauce. Add in a spoonful with sprinkle of cinnamon, and any other desired toppings like shaved almonds. This warm breakfast is packed with healthy whole grains that will keep you feeling satisfied until lunch time plus, cinnamon is loaded with antioxidants and almonds are great good-for-you fats.

 

Fruit Smoothie

Is there any salad better than a fruit salad? We think not. This is a common dish during the holidays, filled with diced bananas, berries and melons. Once you've capped your cravings for dessert, try incorporating that leftover fruit salad into a smoothie instead. Combine fruit salad, orange juice, nutmeg, a touch of honey and ice. This refreshing smoothie is so delicious and is packed with antioxidants from the fruit!

 

Frittata or Omelet

When in doubt, egg it out! Mix in any of your leftovers with eggs and stick it all in the oven to make a frittata you can indulge in any time of the day. If you prefer an omelet, simply fry up your eggs in a pan over the stovetop and throw it those holiday extras.

Have extra ham turkey, roasted veggies, you name it? Just about anything goes when making eggs. Eggs are also high in protein and a great source of energy for that post-holiday slump.

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