What’s your favorite way to do Thanksgiving leftovers? For me, it’s all about sliders like these on a sweet roll. Load it up, slather it on and grab a dish towel for a napkin. It’s messy and worth every face-dripping bite.
It’s also the kind of slider that’s easy for the kids to make. After a week of prep and cooking, the last thing I want to do is cook another meal for a few days . . .even if it’s for my kids.
***This post is written in collaboration with Rubbermaid. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
By now, I’ve accepted that if they’re too lazy to make food for themselves. A bowl of cold cereal works just as well. It’s their fallback when they want to guilt me off the sofa to make them food. But by now, I’ve learned to let their “I guess I’ll eat cereal then” comments pass, especially since I know they’ll figure it out if they get hungry enough.
Besides, Thanksgiving leftovers never seem to sit too long, so they are finding their way to it.
To make sure the leftovers stay fresh and secure, I store my food in Rubbermaid’s EasyFindLids. They’re BPA-Free containers, freezer-safe, top-rack dishwasher-safe, and microwave safe. It’s my food storage of choice and the one I reach for first, especially since the modular design in which the lids and base snap together saves space in the fridge and the cabinets.