Trisha Yearwood’s Creamy Turkey Casserole

Need an idea for your Thanksgiving leftovers? This casserole is one of our favorites. Hope you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving surrounded by those you love.

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This meal started with a Facebook post from Hellman’s Mayonnaise featuring Trisha Yearwood making her after Thanksgiving Creamy Turkey Casserole that uses up those bits and pieces leftover from your big dinner.  The video can be seen here and the original recipe for Creamy Turkey Casserole here.  It sounded a bit strange but very easy.  Of course I had to try it.


Hands down one of the most delicious recipes with leftovers we have had.  We make Smashed Potatoes at our house for Thanksgiving (sour cream, garlic, butter and Parmesan cheese) so this dish had tons of flavor for us.

I made it in a 13 x 9 pan and used up all of my mashed potatoes, stuffing and cranberry sauce.  There were two large servings leftover for lunches today and both were quickly claimed.

I made a small 2 qt. ramekin of the dish for my mostly…

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  1. I love Trisha Yearwood’s show!!! She’s so cute and her food is fabulous!

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    1. koolaidmoms says:

      There are so many great things I can’t wait to try more!


      1. I’ve been posting a series of Thanksgiving tips and recipes on my blog. You might like it! If you want to check it out you can go to

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        1. koolaidmoms says:

          Lovely tablescape. Some great ideas. Love the Leftover Lasagna.

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          1. Thanks! Glad you like it!


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