Leftover Thanksgiving turkey & cranberry sauce is made into a delicious pull apart bread recipe filled with mozzarella cheese & topped with rosemary butter!
Thanksgiving weekend has officially come to an end and if you’re like me, you probably have a refrigerator full of leftover turkey. Now it’s time to take that leftover turkey and re-purpose it into this delicious pull apart bread recipe filled with turkey, cranberry sauce and mozzarella cheese!
It’s so easy to make, it only takes 10 minutes to prep and it’s definitely a crowd-pleaser! The melted rosemary butter poured over the bread really sets this recipe over the top!
Whether it’s after Thanksgiving or not, this delicious pull apart bread is perfect as a party appetizer or game day snack any time of the year! Just grab some turkey at your local deli counter and a jar of cranberry sauce and you’ve got yourself a great Superbowl Sunday party dish!
Simply slice the top of a sourdough loaf of bread and stuff it with the diced turkey and small spoonfuls of cranberry sauce, then really get in there and stuff all of the mozzarella cheese into the bread, brush the rosemary butter over the top, wrap it up in foil and bake.
It’s an easy appetizer and a great way to re-purpose those Thanksgiving leftovers!
Still wondering what to do with the other 10 pounds of turkey in your refrigerator? Try these six leftover Thanksgiving turkey recipe favorites!
- Turkey Fajita Rice Bowls
- Turkey Pot Pie with Puff Pastry Crust
- Stuffing Biscuit Turkey Sliders
- Turkey Tostadas with Pomegranate Guacamole
- Turkey Spinach Quiche with Stuffing Crust
- Thanksgiving Leftover Breakfast Casserole
What’s your favorite way to re-purpose your Thanksgiving leftovers? Comment below and let me know!
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