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10 Amazing Ways To Reinvent Your Easter Leftovers

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The most satisfying part of any Easter feast is the abundant leftovers that follow. 

Cooking at home supports healthy eating habits, and there’s nothing better than cooking once and eating twice! Need some ideas on how to spin your leftovers to make them work for breakfast, lunch or dinner? Embrace the versatility of eggs and check out these recipes:

Leftover Turkey Squash Scrambled Egg Wrap

Leftover Mushrooms: Soft-Boiled Egg Tartlets with Mushroom

We love having mushrooms as a side dish on our Easter dinner table. Have leftovers? These flaky and delicious Soft-Boiled Egg Tartlets with Mushroom are the perfect quickly assembled snack that will last you a few days after Easter! Looking for a healthier option? Try using the mushrooms in a Poached Egg and Mushroom Salad.

Leftover Spinach: Potato Rosti with Poached Eggs and Spinach

Why wait until lunch or dinner to start eating your veggies? Adding in leafy greens at breakfast gives a tasty boost of fiber and nutrients to your first meal of the day. Seamlessly take your leftover spinach from dinner to a quick breakfast by adding them to a Potato Rosti with Poached Eggs. Flavoured with garlic and paprika, it’s the best way to get your greens in. In a rush and have no time? Try our Morning Mug Spinach and Cheddar Frittata instead! Perfect for rushed mornings.

Leftover Smoked Salmon: Smoked Salmon Frittata

Yesterday’s smoked salmon and bagels is today’s Smoked Salmon Frittata. Bake and freeze it to ensure that it stays fresh and delicious even days after the Easter festivities are over!

Leftover Quinoa: Breakfast Power Bowl

Transform last night’s star side dish info a savoury Breakfast Power Bowl filled with nutritious goodies like avocado, eggs, spinach and goat cheese. Did you know that quinoa and eggs are both a great source of high-quality protein, containing all 9 essential amino acids? This powerful protein combination makes for a satiating breakfast that will help keep feeling full for longer. PRO TIP: always keep extra quinoa in the fridge so that making a power bowl before work is a breeze!

Leftover Ham: Ham & Cheese Omelette Roll-ups

Ome-let us show you how to re-use your leftover Easter ham. Say hello to Ham and Cheese Omelette Roll-Ups. Ready in less than 15 minutes, these protein-packed bites are easy to prepare and are the best energy-boosting breakfast any day of the week.

Leftover Prosciutto: Italian French Toast

Did you serve a beautiful charcuterie board at your Easter festivities and buy too much prosciutto? Trick question – there’s no such thing as too much prosciutto! Use all of the leftovers to make an unforgettable workday lunch with this Italian French Toast.

Leftover Turkey: Leftover Turkey Sweet Potato and Scrambled Egg                               Wrap

Lunch is served. Simply wrap up leftover turkey and sweet potatoes in a whole wheat tortilla and you’ve got a nutritious and delicious lunch!

Leftover Potatoes: Potato and Chorizo Quiche 

The best thing about potatoes? They’re versatile like eggs and they go wonderfully together. Take last night’s potatoes and turn them into a Potato and Chorizo Quiche! Filled with classic Spanish flavours and a buttery rich pastry, this quiche is the perfect way to use up all those leftover potatoes and turn them into something