Healthy leftover Thanksgiving turkey ideas

Got leftover Thanksgiving turkey? Try out these deliciously healthy recipe ideas.
Got leftover Thanksgiving turkey? Try out these deliciously healthy recipe ideas.

Everybody loves Thanksgiving and Christmas, but let's face it, it isn't exactly the greatest meal for weight loss nutrition. Many of us tend to overdo it during the holidays and cook way more turkey than we originally needed - but that isn't necessarily a bad thing for your green coffee diet.

Roasted white-meat turkey isn't just a tasty dish to serve in November, it's an excellent high-protein, low-fat meat option that you can enjoy after your friends and family have left and the rest of your bird is sitting in the fridge.

Safety first
Don't keep your leftovers in the fridge for too long - after the Thanksgiving weekend is over, your meat may cause food poisoning. The good news is, turkey freezes beautifully and can be thawed out later in the winter for these healthy, low-fat turkey recipe ideas - and no, we aren't talking about ho-hum turkey sandwiches.

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