Happy Canadian Thanksgiving! Feeling full from all those delicious meals?! I'm here to remind you there will be leftovers 🙂 Give this Holiday Leftovers Breakfast Wrap a go: they are a great way to use up leftover Little Potato Company #Creamerpotatoes (if any do manage to hang around!)
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Another crazy October here!
Birthdays, Thanksgiving, conference, Halloween, and more birthdays!!
I survive each year 🙂
Today's holiday leftovers breakfast wrap takes all the wonderful foods from Thanksgiving and makes one awesome breakfast!
My dad would commonly do this for us as kids, but instead of putting them into wraps, he would cook up everything in one pan (the star being leftover potatoes,) stir in some eggs, and call it "daddy slop." Not an appealing name but we always look forward to it 🙂 And it taught us about reducing waste! Because I know MANY people who won't eat leftovers...
And I get it. Leftovers can be "boring," but if you transform the ingredients into something completely new, you don't feel like you are eating leftovers! I have so many leftover recipes on the blog (feel free to search!) and have to say, they are one of my favorite meals to create! You can do so much! Or keep it simple! Especially when it comes to recipes using The Little Potato Company's Creamer Potatoes!
Of course, this recipe is super simple to make even without leftover potatoes. I roasted some Blushing Belle at 425F for about 30 minutes, seasoned with some olive oil, salt, pepper, garlic powder, and paprika! My husband could not stop eating the potatoes as is so we were left with one wrap in the end, LOL.
Holiday Leftovers Breakfast Wrap
This recipe utilizes leftover Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter foods! But I do provide a quick roasted potato recipe if you need to whip some up 🙂
- 1 (10 inch) flour tortilla (or corn tortilla for gluten-free recipe.)
- 2 large eggs
- 4 tbsp. milk
- 1-2 tbsp. butter
- Salt and pepper
- Leftover The Little Potato Company Creamer Potatoes (I used roasted Blushing Belle: see note below.), halved
- Leftover corn
- Leftover turkey meat (ham works, too!)
- Grated cheese
- Sunflower sprouts (optional)
- Whisk eggs, milk, salt, and pepper together in a bowl until well combined.
- Place a small pan over medium heat. Melt butter and pour in eggs. Cook until scrambled to your liking (I love this method!)
- Lay out tortilla. Add eggs, cheese, potatoes, corn, turkey, and sunflower sprouts. Roll into a burrito-style wrap.
- Slice in half and serve immediately!
Topping choices are endless! Salads, peas, gravy, cranberry sauce, you name it, you can add it! Just make sure to leave enough room to wrap them up! Make sure to reheat your leftover ingredients so they aren't cold in your wrap!
If you don't have any leftover potatoes around (I know!) then you can roast 1.5 lbs Blushing Belle Creamer potatoes at 425F for 30 minutes or until fork tender. Combine potatoes with some oil, salt, pepper, garlic powder, and paprika for the ultimate flavor!
Nutrition Information:Yield: 1 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 1499Total Fat: 34gCarbohydrates: 238gProtein: 54g
I do a lot of stir frying with leftovers - everything in the skillet and maybe some rice that I've frozen (already cooked).
I make soup or stew using up leftovers. My grandma used to call this wash day soup when she would throw everything that was leftover in the fridge into a soup. It always tasted wonderful
might try to recipe. My wife loves cooking with the small potatoes.
I find little potatoes make cooking so much easier (and faster!)
I tend to eat left-overs cold, straight out of the fridge. I'm not too fussy.
Same!! My husband has to reheat them until they burn your tongue off, lol.