Leftover Turkey Casserole {Recipe}

We had our little family Thanksgiving with just the three of us about a week late, which is okay by me. Actually, we did the big Thanksgiving thing with my uncle and aunt and her family on the holiday itself and kinda put-off our own dinner at home out of laziness on my part. A few days ago we went ahead and cooked-up the turkey and had dinner with all the fixins', mashed potatoes, stuffing, gravy, etc. Since there's only the two-and-a-half of us there was a whole bunch of leftovers! After a search on the web for a good casserole to make with the leftovers turned up nada I decided to make my own! Both Mark and Jace loved it, hopefully you will too. Here are the tasty results:

Leftover Turkey Casserole
Recipe by Sam B.

2 cups cooked turkey
1-2 cups mashed potatoes, prepared (I used leftover homemade, but boxed will do)
1-2 cups frozen (thawed) or canned mixed veggies
1 box stuffing, prepared (ie- Stovetop)
1 can cream of chicken condensed soup (can substitute turkey gravy)

Preheat oven to 350° F. Line pan with layer of aluminum foil for easy clean up. (I used an 8"x8" pan to make a smaller casserole. If you go with the larger measurements of ingredients, best to use a larger pan.)Spread mashed potatoes in a layer on bottom of pan. Chop turkey into small pieces and layer on top of potatoes. Follow with a layer of mixed veggies. Mix soup with about 1/2 cup milk and pour over veggie layer. Top with a final layer of stuffing. Cook at 350° F for about 20-30 minutes, or until stuffing begins to brown and get crusty. Top with cheddar cheese, if desired. Voila!

                Chop turkey                                Layer veggies on top of turkey

Pour soup over veggies                                  Top with stuffing layer

Bake and enjoy!