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Leftover Thanksgiving Sliders

ATTENTION: DO NOT THROW YOUR THANKSGIVING LEFTOVERS AWAY! We all know there are a ton of leftover turkey recipes or ham recipes.. but what do I do with all of this stuffing? Cranberry sauce? Potatoes? Don't know what to do with them all? I have the most delicious recipe for you. No food waste, happy tummy, AND super easy.

Basically, what I did here is pile all your leftovers in between Hawaiian sweet rolls, add some cheese, bake it to perfection and pull those babies apart for your perfect Thanksgiving bite. So easy. So quick. Again, NO FOOD WASTE! 

Who doesn't love Hawaiian sweet rolls? Like, seriously.. they're the best. So soft and sweet and just make everything better. You can totally get creative with this one with whatever you have leftover. Turkey, ham, mashed potatoes, stuffing, cranberry sauce.. do it all! I topped these rolls with some everything bagel seasoning. You can totally leave it out or use your own toppings and get creative. I always support your creativity. 

Alright, enough chatting - get to cooking! 

Leftover Thanksgiving Sliders

1 12 pack Hawaiian sweet rolls 

2ish cups leftover turkey

2ish cups leftover stuffing, mashed potatoes or both (1 cup of each)

1ish cup leftover cranberry sauce

6 slices of cheese, like provolone, havarti, swiss, etc. 

2 tablespoons dijon mustard or spicy mustard 

2 tablespoons mayonnaise 

1/4 cup butter, melted

optional:

sprinkle of everything bagel seasoning or other seeds

sprinkle of crispy onions 

sprinkle of parmesan cheese

leftover gravy as a dipping sauce 

1. Preheat oven to 350F degrees. Lightly oil baking sheet/dish. 

2. Slice your Hawaiian rolls in half lengthwise so there's a bottom sheet and top sheet. 

3. Place the Hawaiian rolls bottom sheet onto the baking sheet/dish. Top with cranberry sauce, turkey, stuffing, and cheese. Spread dijon and mayonnaise onto the Hawaiian rolls top sheet and place on top of filling. 

4. Melt butter and pour or brush over the rolls. Sprinkle with seasoning, seeds, cheese, or leave as is. Wrap with foil and bake for 15 minutes. Remove foil and bake for another 10 minutes, until cheese is melted and buns are a deep golden brown. Use leftover gravy as a dipping sauce. Serve and enjoy!