10 Thanksgiving Leftover Breakfast Recipes

The party is over. The fat lady has sung her turkey-tuned song. The refrigerator is overflowing with Tupperware galore, not to mention extra ingredients you bought in case of emergencies.

It’s the morning after Thanksgiving and, against all odds, you and everyone in your household is feeling hungry again. Yes, y’all could hover around the open refrigerator with forks in hand and attack, or you could whip up something really impressive and breakfast appropriate.

Go with the latter. Make a Thanksgiving-inspired breakfast and show the world what you’re made of. Think stuffing waffles, turkey and egg concoctions, pieparfaits and much, much more.

1 – Stuffing Waffles With Chia Cranberry Sauce

Get the Stuffing Waffles With Chia Cranberry Sauce recipe from JJ Begonia

2 – Sausage, Fennel & Gruyère Miniature Egg Stratas

Get the Sausage, Fennel & Gruyère Miniature Egg Stratas recipe from Strawberry Plum

 3 – Sweet Potato Casserole Pancakes

Get the Sweet Potato Casserole Pancakes recipe from B. Britnell

4 – Sweet Potato & Turkey Hash

5 – Thanksgiving Breakfast Biscuits

Get the Thanksgiving Breakfast Biscuits recipe from How Sweet It Is

6 – Thanksgiving Quiche

Get the Thanksgiving Quiche recipe from Imma Eat That

7 – Cranberry Cornmeal Skillet Cake

8 – Turkey Holiday Hash

Get the Turkey Holiday Hash recipe from Boulder Locavore

9 – Thanksgiving Turkey & Chorizo Breakfast Hash

Get the Thanksgiving Turkey & Chorizo Breakfast Hash recipe from From Away

10 – Thanksgiving Turkey Pop Tarts

Get the Thanksgiving Turkey Pop Tarts recipe from Parsley, Sage & Sweet

Article provided by: The Huffington Post

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