Pilgrim Sandwiches are my favorite thing ever to make with Thanksgiving leftovers! It has some of the best parts of Thanksgiving dinner: turkey, rolls, and cranberry sauce!
With Thanksgiving being this week theres bound to be lots of yummy food leftover. Or maybe you should set some turkey aside just to be safe! Because you are going to love the delicious combination of savory and sweet in these Pilgrim Sandwiches. Be sure to have some lettuce, cream cheese, and sliced provolone or swiss handy and you will be all set.
This is really similar to a sandwich I used to get at my favorite sandwich place in California. I don’t even know how many of these Pilgrim Sandwiches I ordered when we lived there! But it was a significant amount. Now I usually patiently wait for Thanksgiving to come around so I can make myself one. Or cook up a little turkey breast on a random Sunday throughout the year so I don’t have to wait so long.
If you need to start back with the Thanksgiving menu plan, you are in luck! We have some amazing Thanksgiving recipes all compiled into one post HERE. This post has everything you need from appetizers to the main course, to pies! It’s our best of the best for the big day! If you are wanting to or needing to plan a lower calorie Thanksgiving dinner, we have some delicious recipes for that as well. You can find them all on our Low Calorie Thanksgiving Dinner post HERE.
Other Thanksgiving Leftover Ideas
If you are looking for some other ideas to use up those leftovers, another one of our favorites is our Thanksgiving Casserole HERE. That’s a great one for using leftover potatoes, turkey, stuffing, and gravy. And we also compiled a list of other leftover ideas from various blogs that you can find HERE.
How to Make Pilgrim Sandwiches
- Cut open your roll and spread some cream cheese on the bottom slice.
- Add a spoonfull of cranberry on top of the cream cheese.
- Top that with turkey, provolone, and lettuce.
- Spread some Mayonnaise on the top half of the roll, then sandwich it together!