Leftovers: Turkey and Swiss Melt w/ Green Beans and Deviled Eggs

Todays Menu Leftovers: Turkey and Swiss Melt w/ Green Beans and Deviled Eggs

For Breakfast this Morning I prepared a packet of Pioneer Peppered White Gravy, toasted 2 slices of Aunt Millies Light Whole Grain Bread, heated 2 Johnsonville Turkey Breakfast Sausage Links, and a cup of Bigelow Decaf Green Tea. Another warm Winter Day out today. Partly Sunny and 63 degrees! Not too bad for this time of year. Spent most of the day helping Mom take down and store the Christmas Decorations. Later grabbed a broom and the leaf blower and swept the driveway off and the deck. For Dinner tonight its Leftovers: Turkey and Swiss Melt w/ Green Beans and Deviled Eggs.

I used the leftovers from Christmas Dinner for Dinner tonight. For the Turkey and Cheddar I had already sliced the Leftover Turkey and for the Cheese I used a slice of Boars Head Swiss Cheese. To prepare it I used a small skillet that I sprayed with Pam Non Stick Spray and added a 1/2 tablespoon of Extra Light Olive Oil. Heated it on medium. Added my sliced Turkey, flipping it over several times. Then as it was finishing I added a slice of the Swiss and continued cooking for about 2 minutes. Served it on a Healthy Life Wheat Hamburger Bun. Ive switched back to using Healthy Life Buns. We can no longer purchase or find Aunt Millies Reduced Calorie Buns anywhere. The Healthy Life Buns are only 80 calories and 15 carbs per bun. Anyway, I love these leftovers it made one delicious Sandwich!

I also heated up the Leftover Green Beans. Mom had opened up a Mason Jar of our Canned Green Beans. Just as delicious as the first time around! Then I had a couple of Deviled Eggs. Leftovers make one delicious Dinner! For Dessert later a Jello Sugar Free Dark Chocolate Pudding topped with a dab of Cool Whip Light.

Roast Turkey..

Its protein content makes turkey a healthy meat choice. A little-known health benefit of turkey is that it contains trace minerals thought to aid in cancer prevention. Turkey contains selenium, which is essential for the healthy function of the thyroid and immune system.

Turkey meat is loaded with vitamins and minerals that your body needs. Turkey is a source of iron, zinc, potassium and phosphorus. Its a good source of B vitamins, including B12 which helps prevent the buildup of homocysteine, an amino acid that could potentially decrease cognitive function.