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Thanksgiving Leftovers Real Food Remake: Sweet Potato Pancakes

My fellow Walmart Moms and I were challenged to make something NEW from Thanksgiving leftovers. What a fun way to write a recipe! I love that this screams frugal and ingenuity – two of my favorite words when it comes to the kitchen!  I think my friends and I came up with some great ways that you can use up those leftovers!

Sweet Potato Pancakes

I enjoy a plate of Thanksgiving leftovers reheated on the day after as much as anyone.  I don’t mind another day and another helping of squash casserole, dressing, or my grandmother’s asparagus casserole. But, sometimes when there is a bunch of something and you just can’t make it gone, you gotta get a lil’ bit crafty.  You should know by now that I HATE to throw out food. I pay a premium price for my organic produce and antibiotic free/humanely raised meats so I take it seriously to remake, reheat, put up, freeze, or dehydrate things that are one their way out!  The last thing I want to do is toss it in the trash.

So, I’ve pulled together all my friend’s post on how to remake those Thanksgiving recipes right here:

I decided to remake my family’s sweet potato casserole. Now, if you family has mashed sweet potatoes or sweet potato casserole you are all set! And, if they didn’t, these pancakes are so dang good, you are going to want to make some mashed sweet potatoes for dinner next week just so you can make these pancakes the next morning! Seriously.

Sweet Potato Pancakes From WholesomeMommy.com


 Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. I’m a participant in the Walmart Moms Program. Walmart has provided me with a product sample and compensation for my time and efforts in creating this post. Participation in this program is voluntary and the opinions stated above are entirely my own.

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  1. Greetings! Very useful advice in this particular post!
    It is the little changes that produce the greatest changes.

    Thanks for sharing!

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