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Did you know that November 3rd is National Sandwich Day? I personally think every day should be sandwich day and I think my kids would agree. Lately due to our move we’ve been eating lots of sandwiches, but my kids don’t seem to mind at all and love helping me make their favorite sandwiches for a quick dinner in a pinch. With Thanksgiving next week and the fact that we will be loading the last of our boxes and moving out of our house, it’s safe to assume we will be eating a few leftover turkey sandwiches. So, today I’ve got two turkey sandwich recipes for you to use up that leftover turkey.
The kids will love these turkey sandwiches made with Oroweat Sandwich Thins.
Load the sandwich up with leftover turkey. Slice apples and cheese and trim the edges so they look like feathers. Place the feathers around the top of the sandwich thin. Next, add carrot slices for feet and the beak. And finally add some eyes to your leftover turkey sandwich. Even the kids will love eating leftover turkey…I mean seriously, who can resist this funny little feathered friend.
Now that the kids have a fun and delicious turkey sandwich to enjoy it’s time to put those Thanksgiving leftovers to use in a grown up turkey sandwich version. This spicy Turkey Sandwich with Chipotle Cranberry Sauce is full of flavor and a great way to use up those Thanksgiving leftovers.
Use your favorite Oroweat bread and pile on the leftover turkey, provolone cheese, lettuce and top with cream cheese and chipotle cranberry sauce for a sandwich with a kick.
All you need is this recipe for chipotle cranberry sauce to make those boring leftover turkey sandwiches a hit. The smokey flavor is the perfect compliment to the sweet homemade cranberry sauce and turkey.
- 1 cup sugar
- 1 cup orange juice
- 12 oz fresh cranberries
- 2 cinnamon sticks
- 1-2 chipotle peppers in adobe, minced
- Sort through cranberries removing any stems or bad berries, rinse and set aside.
- In a medium saucepan, dissolve sugar in orange juice over medium heat.
- Add cranberries and cinnamon sticks.
- Cook for about 10 minutes, or until cranberries pop.
- Add chipotle peppers and stir until well combined
- Remove from heat, and transfer to a serving dish to cool. Sauce will set upon cooling.
- Spread the chipotle cranberry sauce on your turkey sandwich
After you’ve overindulged in Thanksgiving dinner you can still stay on track with healthy eating. Don’t forget to stay focused on being your best self with these tips from Alison Sweeny and the Feed Your Better campaign from Oroweat. Feed Your Better is about being better, doing better and feeling better. And with the holidays just around the corner we can all use a little reminder to help us stay focused on being the best self we can be.
What motivates you to look, feel and be better?