Make my easy turkey sliders using your Thanksgiving Day leftovers. These sliders feature fresh roasted turkey, arugula, fresh cranberry sauce, and mayo on delicious Hawaiian rolls. You can make a big batch of these turkey sliders and have them on hand any time you need a quick snack.
Hi friends! Wow, I’ve only take two days off from my blog and Instagram and I already feel like I’ve been away for a month. It’s very strange not jumping on IG first thing in the morning, but it’s also liberating too. I have moments where I want to keep up with what everyone else is doing and then they quickly fade away and I can go back to what I’m doing. It’s such a stage thing, recording your life online for masses to see. And even stranger now, that even more people can watch our stories on Instagram due to the latest update.
Anyways, I’ve actually been pretty busy since being off Instagram. I have some big news too! I bought a new car! Oh my, oh my is it nice. It’s got that new car smell and it’s still in the JEEP family. It’s a 2019 and when I say new, I mean new. No miles on it, no previous owners, just like my last JEEP, but instead of the Cherokee, I bought a different model and I’m stoked that this one Easter Eggs. Do you guys know about that with the Jeep brand? On their upper model’s they add Easter Eggs that you can hunt for on your car. The first one Shane and I found was a mini Jeep on the windshield. They really are neat and I’m excited to find more of them throughout the car. This was the first time that I’ve bought a new car that I didn’t share on social media. I didn’t even go on Facebook to share about it. I guess I like to my life to be a little more private these days. I know that’s ironic since I’m talking about it on here with you guys, but still. It’s nice not having to share everything all of the time with everyone. Some of these nuggets Shane and I like to keep for ourselves. I’m not sure if that makes any sense, but I’m all about less stuff, more face to face time, and less social media.
I’ll do an entire blog post on my social media detox, but for now what I have learned is that I can live and thrive without Instagram. There was a nice in my life where I questioned my purpose without the app and IG stories, and now I don’t really care about even having the option to IG story anymore. My main focus in life right now is growing a family and growing my blog. These things have to take precedence in my life, even if that means cutting way back on social media.
Okay, let’s keep this short and sweet and talk about this turkey day leftover recipe. All you’ll need for this delicious turkey sliders are fresh roasted turkey, arugula, fresh cranberry sauce, rolls, and some mayo. That’s it! It’s super easy to make substitutions with this recipe too. For example, use mixed greens instead of arugula. and mustard if mayo isn’t your jam. These easy turkey sliders will take you less than 10-minutes to make and make really good-to-go sandwiches. If you are super hungry you can make more, and if you just need a quick snack for the road, you can make less.
These easy turkey sliders keep well in the fridge too so you can easily make them the night of Thanksgiving and have them ready to go the next day. Easy peezy! You could also add a piece of nice white cheddar cheese to the sammie’s to give them a flavor pop. The fresh cranberry sauce complements the fresh turkey well and everything comes together nicely.
Did you guys have a nice Thanksgiving? Ours was lovely and quiet. I cooked and we watched Christmas movies. It was nice and relaxing. I’m excited to make my easy turkey sliders for lunch tomorrow. I hope you guys enjoy this recipe! You can also grab the link to my easy homemade cranberry sauce here.
How was your holiday? Excited for Christmas?