Do you have leftovers needing used?

8 brilliant ways to use up your Christmas leftovers

A feast like Christmas dinner means lots of leftovers. Here’s how you can use them up without just eating the same meal for two or three days in a row.

Have you used any of these methods before?

For lots of us, the cheese board is an essential part of Christmas Day - use up leftover cheese by making the ultimate mac and cheese and melting your cheese into your sauce. You can chuck in any spare meat or veggies as well

5. Ultimate cheese board mac and cheese

For lots of us, the cheese board is an essential part of Christmas Day - use up leftover cheese by making the ultimate mac and cheese and melting your cheese into your sauce. You can chuck in any spare meat or veggies as well
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Crumble up leftover Christmas pudding with melted chocolate, brandy, sugar, roll into balls and you'll have yourself perfect little Christmas pudding truffles. Decorate with melted white chocolate

6. Christmas pudding truffles

Crumble up leftover Christmas pudding with melted chocolate, brandy, sugar, roll into balls and you'll have yourself perfect little Christmas pudding truffles. Decorate with melted white chocolate
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A popular method of using up leftover Christmas dinner goodies is to make soup out of it - whether you have leftover meat, carrots, potatoes or any other veggies, you can make an amazing soup

7. Leftover soup

A popular method of using up leftover Christmas dinner goodies is to make soup out of it - whether you have leftover meat, carrots, potatoes or any other veggies, you can make an amazing soup
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Mash up leftover potatoes you have, add your chopped up leftover veggies and meat and divide into small cake shapes. Coat your cakes in flour and fry in a pan with oil for about five minutes on either side - breakfast is served

8. Turn dinner into breakfast

Mash up leftover potatoes you have, add your chopped up leftover veggies and meat and divide into small cake shapes. Coat your cakes in flour and fry in a pan with oil for about five minutes on either side - breakfast is served
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