Bits and pieces from your cheese platter ingredients still in the fridge? Good news: cheese is incredibly easy to add to your menu! It's also a sure-fire way to enhance any snack or dish.
You can always use leftover bread for sandwiches or freeze it for later, but you can also use a bit of creativity to elevate your menu. Bread is used in myriad recipes and with the right inspiration, you'll be able to enjoy a one-of-a-kind meal!
You can use leftover bread to:
Bonus tip: to turn your bread into croutons, simply dice it and cook in a pan with butter, olive oil, salt, pepper, and your favourite seasoning (cumin, dried herbs, etc.)..
Leftover turkey, fondue meat, and charcuterie can be used in sandwiches. But you can also use it to make outstanding, simple weeknight meals.
You can use leftover meat to:
Desserts: desserts are usually the first leftovers to go. But if you still have chocolate, cakes, or other types of treats, you can make a chocolate fondue and dip your leftover cookies, cubes of cake, pretzels, etc.
Crudités: if you have any leftover carrots, celery, or broccoli, simply combine them with other vegetables in your fridge for a delicious soup, fried rice, or veggie sauté. These are delicious meals in the winter.
If your fridge is packed with small amounts of different meals, you can turn them all into a clean-out-the-fridge meal. Simply use a base like pasta or rice and top with your leftover meat and veggies. You can also combine everything into a casserole dish with your favourite seasoning. As for quantities, that's up to you! No matter what you do with your leftovers, if you want to plan a delicious holiday meal, keep an eye on your flyer for savings!
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