Once your holiday parties are over, you might find yourself with a fridge full of leftovers, including all the fruits and veggies you doubled up on at your local farmers market. Think twice before you toss them – leftovers can be just as exciting and delicious as the meal itself, and using them can help eliminate food waste.
At a time when 42 million people in the United States don’t have a secure supply of food, it’s incredibly important to manage our resources. Buying less, cooking less and reducing your food waste is always an option, but if you accidentally made too much, don’t worry – we’ve gathered some leftover recipes for you, from breakfast to desserts:
These versatile mashed potato patties complement an array of toppings including your favorite veggies. And they're a unique alternative to noodles, rice, and bread.
Wondering what to do with leftover Brussels sprouts after your holiday dinner? Rustle up these nutritious, delicious baked eggs for a reinvigorating brunch.
These cute pudding pops are made by rolling leftover pudding in chocolate and coconut. They are fun for kids to make and great cocktail party desserts.