Sunday, November 21, 2010

Turkey Stuffing Cups



Today is our first installment of a Thanksgiving leftover idea, with already having leftovers in the fridge this is a very quick & easy dinner to toss together in minutes. The whole family will love these cute little turkey and stuffing cups, they are not only cute and adorable but extremely tasty as well.


1 Box - Frozen Puff Pastry Cups
3/4 C. - Leftover Stuffing
1 C. - Leftover Turkey Gravy
1/2 C. - Diced Leftover Turkey

Prepare the pastry cups according to the directions on the box. In a medium pot re-heat the stuffing with 1/2 C. of the turkey gravy. In another small pot or microwave safe dish re-heat the other 1/2 C. of gravy. When the pastry cups are done cooking remove the tops and spoon in equal amounts of stuffing into each cup, then top with equal amounts of turkey in each cup or you can put equal amounts of stuffing and turkey in a small dish mix together and then spoon into each cup. Top off each cup with a drizzle of the remaining gravy. Serve with leftover cranberry sauce, vegetables and fruit salad.


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13 comments:

Cheryl said...

Neat idea I think I shall steal it! I am going to have lots of leftover turkey!

Sonya said...

Those look fabulous!!

My Carolina Kitchen said...

What a clever and attractive way to present left-overs MaryBeth. Beautiful photography too.
Sam

Rich said...

Ha - cute and adorable they may be, but that sure wouldn't stop me from devouring about 10 of them! They look great!

teresa said...

excellent leftover idea! these are so cute, i wish i could grab one now!

Medifast Coupons said...

Too bad you have to have leftovers to make these, I would gladly serve these to friends and family and skip the turkey roast.

Heavenly Housewife said...

What a great treat from leftovers, super cute!!!
*kisses* HH

Val said...

These look so great. YUM

Leslie said...

These couldnt be any easier! YUM

grace said...

marybeth, these are great! although i love using puff pastry for desserts, i'm starting to use it more and more for savory stuff, and this is absolutely ideal!

Donna-FFW said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you.

5 Star Foodie said...

These are scrumptious, great idea for leftovers for sure! Happy Thanksgiving!

Peter @Feed Your Soul Too said...

Hope you are still blogging. I am doing a round-up of Thanksgiving Stuffing recipes on my Friday Five – Thanksgiving Stuffing addition and I featured your recipe as a little spin on the concept over at Feed Your Soul Too. – http://www.feedyoursoul2.com/2013/11/friday-five-thanksgiving-stuffing-addition.html

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