#Thanksgiving leftover recipes!
I'm a huge fan of breakfast food I the mosI can eat it for dinner or even lunch.
Since I had leftover mashed sweet potatoes from Thanksgiving and didn't know what to do with it I made these easy pancakes!
I heated a skillet with a bit of coconut oil so the batter wouldn't stick while cooking then I cracked two eggs into a bowl with about 1/2 cup of mashed sweet potato, put in some cinnamon to taste whisked it all together and then scooped the batter making three generous sized pancakes onto the skillet.
I just love the way sweet potatoes taste they are delicious whether you sprinkle on cinnamon,add chopped nutty pecans, or even marshmallows!
Cook your pancakes until they are golden brown !
Add on your favorite topping And enjoy!
These sweet potato pancakes would be even more delicious with chocolate chips! I sprinkled on some raisins and a little maple syrup!
Thanksgiving isn't complete without a turkey sandwich now is it?
There's just that something about Thanksgiving leftovers that I love maybe it's the roasted turkey, or the tangy tart cranberries maybe even the stuffing, you see where I'm getting at?
Remember those pumpkin muffins that I whipped up..well they're back and stuffed with all the fixings.
This delightful pumpkin sandwich Stuffed to perfection was almost better than the feast...almost!
What's not to love when you've got a savory pumpkin muffin stuffed with turkey, apple cranberry and raisin stuffing along with tangy homemade cranberry sauce and a sprig of lettuce to add a Crunch and Pop of color!