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Gluten-Free Chicken (or Turkey!) Pot Pie

Gluten-Free Chicken (or Turkey!) Pot Pie

This gluten free chicken or turkey pot pie recipe features a savory chicken stew and a buttery, flaky crust. It gets assembled and baked right in a cast iron skillet, making for a soul-satisfying and cozy main course. You’ll need to start by making a batch of this Gluten Free Pie Crust (you’ll only need half of the dough—freeze the other half or use it to make a Galette!). The chicken stew is lighter and silkier than other pot pie recipes, which contrasts beautifully with the crispy, flaky crust (heaven!). You can use shredded rotisserie chicken or leftover cooked chicken or turkey for this pot pie (see the Notes for a vegetarian option).

Mini Turkey Pot Pies

Mini Turkey Pot Pies

If you have Thanksgiving leftovers that you desperately don't want to toss, try these kid-sized Mini Turkey Pot Pies and save your turkey & mashed potatoes!

Turkey Pot Pie

Turkey Pot Pie

This turkey pot pie is loaded with turkey chunks and veggies in a creamy sauce. It is easy to make and a great way to use leftover turkey.

Turkey Pot Pie

Turkey Pot Pie

This pot pie recipe is great for leftover turkey!

30-minute Greek leftover chicken pie

30-minute Greek leftover chicken pie

This is a simple and easy Greek traditional chicken pie with feta cheese and olive oil. It takes only 30 minutes from start to finish!

Puff Pastry Turkey Pot Pie

Puff Pastry Turkey Pot Pie

A delicious meal made from leftover cooked turkey!

Turkey Pot Pie Recipe

Turkey Pot Pie Recipe

Got mountains of leftover Thanksgiving turkey?  No worries!  Pot pies are an old fashioned favorite that make the ultimate comfort food!  The best part of this recipe is the lightly cheesy, creamy sauce holding those thanksgiving leftovers together!  Did I mention it freezes really well too?

Roasted squash soup with chicken croquettes

Roasted squash soup with chicken croquettes

Adapted from Cooking LightUse your leftover chicken or turkey to make the croquettes.  Roast some pumpkin, kabocha or butternut squash for this delicious silky soup.

Garlic-flavored Yogurt and Shredded Turkey Quesadilla or Grilled Sandwich

Garlic-flavored Yogurt and Shredded Turkey Quesadilla or Grilled Sandwich

A healthy spread of plain thick yogurt, seasoned and flavored with minced garlic, along with leftover shredded turkey and cranberry chutney/sauce from Thanksgiving Day, or shredded rotisserie chicken or meat of choice on any other day; makes an easy filling for quesadilla as well as a delicious spread for grilled sandwiches.

Curried Sweet Potato Soup Bowls with Frizzled Greens, Apples & Peanuts (Vegan)

Curried Sweet Potato Soup Bowls with Frizzled Greens, Apples & Peanuts (Vegan)

This silky and thick vegan sweet potato and apple soup gets topped with rice, garlicky frizzled kale, chopped roasted nuts and tart green apple. The soup is delicious on its own, but made even better by the toppings. The recipe calls for cooked rice or quinoa, which you’ll want to start at same time as the soup, so that it’s ready for you (it’s also a great way to use up leftovers). Look for a light vegetable broth (or you can use chicken broth if you're not vegetarian), as dark broths can overpower the other flavors (you can also use all water!).

Ham & Mashed Potato Pot Pie

Ham & Mashed Potato Pot Pie

Actually, it's a Shepherd's Pie of sorts but I used the leftover Easter ham and cheesy mashed potatoes rather than typical ingredients tha...

Home Style Chicken or Turkey Pot Pies

Home Style Chicken or Turkey Pot Pies

A classic pot pie recipe made with chicken or turkey and delicious root vegetables. Comfort food at its best.

Shepherd’s Pie Recipe

Shepherd’s Pie Recipe

Too much leftover or just bored of beef in pie? Check out this Shepherd's pie recipe that could do exclusive as much as save life!

Beef Stroganoff Pot Pie

Beef Stroganoff Pot Pie

The perfect use for leftovers, combined in a hearty and rich Beef Stroganoff Pot Pie!

Leftover Turkey Rice Casserole

Leftover Turkey Rice Casserole

This super easy-to-make Leftover Turkey Rice Casserole is a tasty use of your holiday turkey leftovers! The creamy turkey rice casserole is a great combination of long grain rice, turkey, cream of chicken soup, broccoli, and cheese with a crunchy, buttery Panko topping! Use any cooked turkey or chicken leftovers, pulled rotisserie chicken meat, or quickly pan-fry some chicken for this easy family dinner!

Ham and Cheese Pot Pie Recipe

Ham and Cheese Pot Pie Recipe

What to do with all that leftover ham from the holidays?  If you've never had a ham pot pie you're in for a treat!  A flakey pie crust filled with a creamy ham and cheese filling.  Takes about 30 minutes to prepare to go in the oven or it freezes well too!

Leftover Turkey Stroganoff

Leftover Turkey Stroganoff

This creamy Leftover Turkey Stroganoff is perfect for using up holiday turkey leftovers, as well as leftover chicken meat! The bite size chunks of turkey are combined with earthy toned mushrooms for a lighter take on the classic beef stroganoff!

Chicken and Black Grape Crostinis

Chicken and Black Grape Crostinis

1. Preheat oven to 375°F. Cut baguette into 1/4 inch slices(about 25 pieces, you'll have leftover bread).2. Lay the baguette slices on a baking sheet and brush both sides of the bread slices with the oil. Sprinkle on table salt and ground black pepper.3. Bake bread slices for about 8 minutes in the preheated oven. Flip over and let cool on the baking sheet.4. Put the cream cheese, thyme, kosher salt and white pepper in a bowl and mix with a mixer until fluffy.5. Add the shredded chicken and mix for another 30 seconds or until well combined.6. Top each bread slice with about 1 TBSP of the chicken mix then 3 grape halves cut side down.7. Serve immediately, makes about 25 crostinis.

Sesame Cabbage Salad - with chicken + green apples

Sesame Cabbage Salad - with chicken + green apples

I love this crispy sesame cabbage salad when it's hot out. I make this with some cold leftover chicken, but you can certainly add in some tofu or tempeh.

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