Watch your Left-overs Disappear
Thanksgiving Sandwich Recipe

With this Thanksgiving Sandwich recipe - watch your turkey leftovers disappear. This simple salad recipe is a great way to use up the left-over cranberry sauce as well.

When combined with cranberries and this sage-flavoured cream cheese, you can create mouth-watering sandwich salad recipes for your family or for yourself.

Vary up your healthy sandwiches by using different types of bread. Try whole grains or pumpernickel, even sourdough bread goes well with this simple sandwich salad recipe.

Recipe for Thanksgiving Sandwich


• 4 oz (120 ml) cream cheese , softened

• 1 tsp (5 ml) dried sage

• 8 slices bread

• 1 lb (450 gr) turkey breast - thinly sliced

• 1/2 cup (120 ml) Cranberry sauce - jellied

• 8 lettuce leaves


1. In a small bowl, combine cream cheese and sage until well blended.

2. On a clean & dry work surface, lay out the bread slices.

3. Spread each slice of bread with the cream-cheese mixture - equally divided.

4. On 4 of the slices, place 1/4 of the turkey, 1/4 of the cranberry sauce, and 2 lettuce leaves.

5. Top each sandwich with one of the remaining slices of bread.

Yield: This Thanksgiving recipe makes 4hearty sandwiches

Did you know

- that cranberries are very beneficial to your good health.

- that cranberries can help relieve intestinal and urinary infections

- that cranberries can ward off e-coli associated diseases

- that cranberries are just as potent in their dried form (craisins)

- that cranberries can help to keep your arteries and blood vessels more flexible.

- that cranberries prevent plaque from clinging to your teeth and mouth interior

- that cranberries can relieve the inflammation of arthritis

- that cranberries can help ward off numerous cancers

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