8 Simple Ways to Reuse Leftovers

Baked Stuffed Avocados

Are you unsure what to do with your strange leftovers? Bake stuffed avocados with them. Beans, maize, roasted potatoes, veggies, and shredded meat, chicken, or pork are delicious fillings. Dinner is complete with your favorite tortilla chips.

Burritos, Burrito Bowls, and Tacos

 To make a dish, take a hard or soft shell and add leftovers. Black beans, bell peppers, cauliflower rice, ground beef, pulled pork, rice, and shredded chicken make wonderful burritos and tacos.

Flatbread or Pizza

Avoid the phone and pizza delivery. Make your own pizza or flatbread. Choose a frozen cauliflower pizza dough or a grain-based crust. Top with cheese and leftover peppers, greens like kale or spinach, meat, mushrooms, and onions.

Frittata or Quiche

Handmade frittatas and quiches are great because anything goes. Eggs suffice. Make a frittata or quiche with leftover asparagus, bacon, kale, onions, peas, spinach, tomatoes, or turkey.


Make a one-skillet supper by combining leftovers and a pan. Potatoes, protein, roasted vegetables—anything! Add a fried egg and some Melinda's Hot Sauce for the perfect leftover dinner.

Minestrone Soup

Take a serving of vegetable stock, gather any leftover vegetables, add beans, grains like pasta, and your favorite legumes to make a delicious minestrone soup.


tir-fries can include broccoli stems, cauliflower stalks, carrots, coriander roots, and radish leaves. Serve leftover steak, chicken, or fish over basmati, brown, or cauliflower rice. 

Vegetable Broth

Carrot tops, garlic and onion skins, herb stems, and fennel fronds. Collect these veggie scraps while chopping, dicing, and slicing. Store them in a freezer-safe container in your kitchen's freezer.

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