Thanksgiving isn’t Thanksgiving without stuffing. The best part of this dish is the variety we’ve been seeing at different Thanksgiving tables over the years. From cornbread to sourdough, and traditional fixings to trendy twists, we’ve tasted a wide-range of flavors and combinations. The only thing we’ve seen in common about this delicious side is the fact that someone always makes way too much of it! That’s why we suggest delectably disposing of your leftovers with this recipe. The crust top is reminiscent of a pot pie, and the acorn squash is an easy way to readdress your dressing!
After your tryptophan-induced food coma wears off, bake this easy treat using sweet potato leftovers from Thanksgiving dinner. This tasty treat pairs perfectly with your warm beverage of choice, a cozy blanket by the fire, and a book. If your family’s tradition is burying your potatoes in a layer of marshmallows, all you need to do scrap off that part and your set.