A Twist on the Leftover Turkey Sandwich

We don’t know about you guys, but we’re pretty big fans of leftovers in the Wallace household. Some foods just get better after sitting in their flavors for a day or two. And aside from the smell of a turkey roasting in the oven and passing out before 7pm on a Thursday, what is the BEST thing about Thanksgiving? THE LEFTOVERS. They are seemingly never-ending.

This year, we got really excited about the idea of a unique twist on a classic Thanksgiving leftover go-to: the turkey and stuffing sandwich. But instead of using traditional cranberry sauce … WHY NOT TRY A SEASONAL SPECIAL VERSION OF CRANBERRY ‘CHUPS? Brilliant. (Especially since plums tend to disappear around this time of year.)

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Our experiment was a great success and we have a feeling seasonal cranberry ‘Chups is going to be a highly anticipated flavor around the holidays for years to come. If you’re looking to make your own epic leftover sandwich, let us break it down for you:

  • Sliced bread (we recommend a loaf of rosemary sourdough … it’s heaven in the form of carbs)
  • Leftover turkey (white or dark meat will do)
  • Leftover stuffing (or dressing, if that’s what you like to call it)
  • Cranberry ‘Chups
  • Mayonnaise

Instructions are really quite simple. Heat up your turkey and stuffing ingredients (toasting the bread is your personal preference) and assemble! Then enjoy.

We have a limited supply of Cranberry ‘Chups so we’re opting to leave it out of the online store. But if you’d like to place an order (standard 6 oz jar is $8 + shipping) please email us at info@chupsitup.com.

 Everyone have the safest of travels today!

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