This comforting casserole is similar to classic tuna noodle casserole, but it uses turkey instead. It's a flavorful way to use leftovers or to satisfy those who don't like tuna. Using our signature Cream of Mushroom soup, this meal is a great way to use those holiday leftovers to create something new and wholesome. Using up leftovers, with this creamy Turkey Noodle Casserole is a great pan-bake that will leave the family wanting more.
Holiday food is comfort food. You can't argue with turkey, stuffing and broccoli baked with cheese and creamy Condensed Cream of Mushroom soup into a one-dish casserole that brings all of your holiday favorite flavors together. You can make it with your holiday leftovers, or swap out chicken for turkey and switch up the stuffing to make it anytime! Turkey and Stuffing Casserole always makes it a delicious dinnertime!
This Spicy Thai Turkey & Peanut Ramen Salad transforms ordinary ingredients into a great meal in only 2 steps & 25 minutes- making it perfect for a post-holiday weeknight. Just simmer Condensed Cream of Chicken soup, coconut milk, peanut butter, soy sauce, lime and sriracha, then add the ramen noodles so they can absorb the broth as they cook. Add some leftover turkey and top with slaw for crunch. The spicy, creamy flavors of this Spicy Thai Turkey & Peanut Ramen Salad recipe will make it a hit!
Take that leftover Thanksgiving ham and make it into a new dish everyone will enjoy! Salty bites of ham are the perfect contrast to sharp cheddar cheese in this easy, crowd-pleasing skillet casserole. In this recipe, egg noodles are added to the classic pairing for a mac n’ cheese meets ham-and-cheese mashup that makes a simple, but satisfying dish even the pickiest of eaters will enjoy. This ham and noodle casserole is a great way to transform leftovers into a whole new meal option.
In search for some turkey leftover recipes? This Easy Turkey Pot Pie recipe is really a template- there are infinite variations, as long as you stick to the formula: 1 can Campbell’s® Condensed Cream of Chicken, 1 cup cooked meat & 2 cups vegetables. A pot pie is always comfort food, especially this one with a fluffy biscuit crust! This recipe is a traditional, homestyle take on a classic. But you can absolutely change this Easy Turkey Pot Pie up to fit your tastes or whatever's in your fridge.
Did you know that you could use leftover stuffing to make dumplings? This Slow Cooker Turkey and Stuffing Dumplings recipe is classic comfort food, but better. Slow-cook leftover turkey in a rich, creamy gravy made with cream of chicken soup. Then, use leftover stuffing to make the dumplings and drop them into the sauce to simmer until done. Slow Cooker Turkey and Stuffing Dumplings is a reinvention of a classic, perfect to use up your Thanksgiving leftovers with!
This Green Bean Casserole Soup is the perfect recipe to transform leftovers. Making soup from leftovers is a great way to stretch your grocery budget, & green bean casserole is a perfect soup starter, giving you the vegetables & the flavor. Just add more condensed cream of mushroom soup, chicken broth, thyme & simmer. Leftover cooked chicken or turkey makes it a hearty part of lunch or dinner. Sprinkle French fried onions for crunch & enjoy!
Use up your Thanksgiving leftovers to make this Creamy Gnocchi Soup with Turkey in under 50 minutes. Creamy Gnocchi Soup with Turkey is not just a dish you'll make to use up leftover turkey. It's a dish you'll make because everyone will love it! The soft but hearty texture of the potato gnocchi simmers in a creamy, savory broth, made with smoky bacon, sauteed veggies & cream of chicken soup. Add some leftover cooked turkey & chopped kale & you'll have an easy soup that's comforting & delicious.