During the holidays, you are bound to end up with leftovers. These Turkey and Cranberry Mayo Roll-Ups are so good, you’ll keep going back for more.
Turkey and Cranberry Mayo Roll-Ups- the perfect way to use your Thanksgiving leftovers for a fresh and delicious meal on the go.
Every Thanksgiving Day, the spread is lovely, the food is stunning, and the smells are absolutely intoxicating. You eat so much and get so full and yet you wish you could have more.
Alas, the day after the big day, you practically reheat the entire feast for a lunchtime (maybe even dinner) buffet. By the third day, you have bits and pieces of items that have now been ravaged by grazers.
What you are left with is a fridge in a sorry state of bits and pieces of what was once a grand feast. What to do with all those odds and ends? Make Turkey and Cranberry Mayo Roll-Ups!
The beauty of these is that they are compact, great for lunch, and only need a small amount of each ingredient. They are absolutely perfect for using up the last little bits.
Cranberry Mayo is a tangy condiment I created to use up my cranberry relish and or cranberry sauce. It is wonderful on its own but paired with turkey, Swiss cheese, and flatbread, and you have something truly special.
If you don’t have flatbreads, use a rolling pin to roll out a piece of regular sandwich bread until thin and easily roll-able. A tortilla would do the trick in a pinch as well.
While Turkey and Cranberry Mayo Roll-Ups are great for Thanksgiving Day leftovers, but you can make them throughout the year as well. Just grab some sliced turkey meat and cranberries and you have all you need.
If you liked these Turkey and Cranberry Mayo Roll-ups, make sure you check out my other holiday treats to complete your meal:
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Spread Cranberry Mayo over the entire flatbread. Place turkey 2/3 of the way up and 2 slices of Swiss at the very bottom where you start rolling.
Start from the end closest to you and roll very tightly all the way up. Slice into 1-inch rounds and enjoy!
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