If you ate Christmas leftovers for breakfast, you’re not alone

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If you’re having turkey and stuffing for breakfast, it can only mean one thing – it’s the day after Christmas.

Every year during the festive period, we cook far too much, only to enjoy the delicious leftovers the next day.

Whether you’re an early riser hoping to wade the shops or if you prefer to ‘add to cart’, it’s not Boxing Day until you’ve had leftover pigs in blankets to begin the day.

Don’t worry, those of us having to work will, too, be eating our Christmassy leftovers, albeit in the canteen.

It’s the one time of year where it’s completely acceptable to chow down on turkey or Ferrero Rocher, washed down by some mulled wine as soon as you awake.

Of course, you can put the delicious remaining contents in between slices of bread and call it a club sandwich.

The fancier among us might even cook the leftovers to make something fresh or even give it a healthy twist.

How about a turkey chowder? Just grab your leftover meat, fry up some onions, peppers, garlic, and bacon.

Then through the turkey and other veggie bits into a food processor with a bit of stock. Then add in your fried ingredients, some corn, and single cream to thicken it.

Top it off with some crispy bacon and cheese.

There are plenty of other Boxing Day breakfast options too.

Whether you’ve already eaten your festive brekkie or are planning to turn it into a lunch, please enjoy the delicacies folks on the internet have enjoyed this morning.

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