If you’re burned out on Thanksgiving leftover turkey sandwiches, I have the perfect solution for you—Thanksgiving leftover pop tarts! They are exactly what they sound like. Flaky, buttery tarts stuffed with turkey, mashed potatoes, dressing, and cranberry sauce. The best part? The warm gravy drizzled on top. Yum!
If you have extra pie dough, you can even use that to create the outer pop tart shell. I love developing recipes that reuse leftovers. Waste not, want not, amigos.
Assembling the pop tarts is the fun part. Crank up the tunes and get your hands dusty with flour. Make sure you have a large enough working space to roll out your dough. The recipe makes six pop tarts, so you will roll out 12 rectangles.
Once the pop tarts are prepped and beautified, make sure you poke holes to allow in steam. This creates a warm and moist inside. I simply use a large toothpick to make the holes.
And voilà! Look at those golden Thanksgiving leftover pop tarts! The ultimate indulgence, and the perfect lunch or dinner. You can check out them out over on my eHow page, or grab the recipe below. Enjoy!
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