Ahhhhhh. It’s the morning after. The kitchen is clean, the stampede of family and friends have departed, and leftovers from the big feast are all boxed up and in the fridge.
I know it’s a little early to start brainstorming ideas for how to make use of all those leftovers, so I’ll make this one easy for you: dig out that container of cranberry sauce and make these leftover cranberry sauce pancakes for your day-after breakfast.
Cranberry sauce is arguably one of the best parts of Thanksgiving – especially the homemade stuff. Which is probably why I tend to go overboard and whip up way more than is needed. If a little is terrific, a lot is even better! Right?
So inevitably, we end up with leftovers. While there are a gazillion things you can do with the delicious stuff, this is one of my favorites – Leftover Cranberry Sauce Muffins. They’re hearty and tangy and perfect for that lazy morning after.
Yet another thing that’s deceptively simple to whip up on your own: homemade cranberry sauce. So much better than a can-shaped blob, this cranberry sauce recipe unites cranberries with a natural counterpart, apples. Add ground cinnamon and cloves, and not only will your turkey and stuffing have a delicious companion, but your house’ll smell divine, too.