What could be better than a roast turkey and stuffing club with a dollop of leftover cranberry sauce? Or cold sweet cured gammon, eggs and mustard?
Just as good the next day
No need to waste all that roasted veg and dips. Use them in salads and sandwiches or hot toastie melts. Delish!
Use up your cheeseboard
Try a toasted camembert and chutney melt or use up leftover cheeses with a fabulous cheese grazing board with crackers, grapes and pickles.
- Turn leftover Christmas pudding into a yummy, boozy, chocolate treat with a splash of alcohol and a little chocolate.
- Birds just love small pieces of hard cheese, roast potatoes and unsalted nuts (any will do). You can try small pieces of pasta or rice (washed and free from oil or salt) and stale bread, cakes and cookies (crumbled and soaked in water).
- No need to waste all those leftover glacé cherries. Why not use them to make, or decorate, a lovely Christmas cocktail? How cherr-ific!
- Don’t do it! Don’t throw away those old bananas. The dogs will love those mashed up with 500ml of water, 30g honey, an egg and 500g wholemeal flour. Bake for 25 mins at 170°C and see how their tails wag.