Hi all! I’m Melissa, from Kid Friendly Things To Do. I’m so honored to be guest hosting for Susan, here on Momcrieff. She’s absolutely amazing. Am I right?! I’d like to start off by telling you a little about myself, and my blog. I’m a stay at home mom to 4 cute little rug rats, a Field Editor for Taste of Home Magazine, where I create and review recipes, and a former elementary school teacher! On my blog, I love to share delicious and easy family friendly recipes, craft ideas for the kid in all of us, and easy to make fun foods for holidays and special occasions.
Today, I want to share this delicious Leftover Turkey Lemon Rice Soup with you. I have a feeling that this weekend, some of you might be looking for ideas on how to use your leftover turkey. One of my favorite parts of Thanksgiving weekend is the leftovers! Usually, I love to make an open-faced turkey sandwich topped with all of the delicious fixings (I’m getting hungry just thinking about it!), but this soup is another delicious and super simple way to use leftover turkey.
This soup is always a big hit with the family. There’s just something about the comfort of a warm bowl of soup on a crisp fall night.
Here’s the recipe for you:
Thank you so much for letting me take over for a day, Susan! To everyone else, thank you for allowing me to visit, and the chance to get to know you. If you enjoyed this recipe, you might like some of the other recipes that I frequently post on my blog, such as:
My Roasted Sage Turkey and Gravy. Oh my goodness…the gravy!
My “No Time For Yeast Dinner Rolls”! So easy, and ready in minutes. The secret ingredient is mayonnaise!
My Sister-In-Law’s Delicious Butternut Squash recipe,
This delicious Pumpkin Pie with Gingersnap Streusel
I would absolutely love to have you visit Kid Friendly Things To Do, and check out some more recipes. I hope to see you there!