Creative Christmas leftover ideas

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Croque madame: Gammon can also be used to create a distinctly French flavor by using it to make a croque madame.

Cauliflower cheese: Melting cheese and adding to cauliflower is another way to clean the cheeseboard.

Cranberry vodka punch: Got lots of leftover cranberry sauce? Get creative by liquidizing the berries to add extra kick to a vodka punch.

Gammon and pineapple: Those extra thick slices of gammon work wonders topped with pineapple rings and served grilled or fried.

Cheese and potato soup: And how about this? Melt any cheese and add to potato to make a nourishing winter soup.

Cranberry wrap: If you made your own cranberry sauce, keep the dried berries for use in delicious pinwheel appetizers.

Brussels sprouts pasta: Brussels sprouts also make a tasty addition to farfalle pasta in a spinach sauce with broccoli and green beans.

Croissant pudding: Christmas continental style may have left you with uneaten croissants. 

Brussels sprouts pasta: Brussels sprouts also make a tasty addition to farfalle pasta in a spinach sauce with broccoli and green beans.

Macaroni and cheese: Speaking of cheese, don't throw away the remains of the Christmas cheeseboard. 

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