This Vegetarian Meatloaf and Cranberry Thanksgiving Leftover Sandwich is the perfect way to use up your Thanksgiving leftovers! Loaded with lots of flavour, so easy and so delicious!
Oh my gosh I have been eating Thanksgiving Leftovers ALL week. I know, wait what? You see, in food blogger world we celebrate each holiday about 2-3 times. Once to test, twice to shoot, then the actual holiday. So I’ve been doing Thanksgiving. Not only is this umm, INCREDIBLE food wise, it means I have a ton of experience with this thanksgiving leftover sandwich.
Hello post Thanksgiving day lunch and dinner.
Here’s the main reason I love this sandwich – I don’t have to recook anything. I don’t need any more ingredients, except two slices of bread. I just assemble, heat and enjoy. If you have a toaster oven, you could easily skip the grilled pan sandwich method. If you don’t have goat cheese, use whatever cheese you desire. No sage or basil? Skip it, or use whatever green you have. If you’re using salad greens, add them in after the sandwich is toasted.
It’s just that simple.
All of the flavours in this Thanksgiving Leftover Sandwich come together so perfectly. The meatloaf and the cranberry sauce are meant for each other, and the tang of the cheese offsets the sweetness of the cranberry sauce.
The greens provide the perfect neutrality and their own subtle flavour. Of course, the vegan butter gives it that store bought sandwich taste we all love and that buttery toasted flavour too. You really can’t go wrong with this beauty.
P.S. Here are some of the items I used to make this recipe if you’d like to use them too:
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