Keep the Thanksgiving feast going by turning leftovers into veggie baked potato soup! Do you have leftover gravy? What about all those sweet potatoes and baked potatoes? And (this wouldn’t happen in my house, but…) leftover stuffing? Throw it all in there! The more, the merrier, right?
I started off this soup by melting butter over low heat and caramelizing onions and celery with it. I then added about 2 cups of water with a packet of dry onion soup mix. You can also use vegetable stock. Now, if you have leftover gravy, you might want to skip the onion soup mix or vegetable stock all together and just use water (it’ll end up really salty otherwise). Start pouring in any leftover mashed potatoes, baked potatoes, sweet potatoes, stuffing, veggies, cheese and any meat substitutes and let simmer for at least 15 minutes. Serve with scallions, sour cream, cheese, or bake the last of the stuffing in the oven and make croutons! Enjoy!
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