Leftover Turkey Bombs
Leftover Turkey Bombs are everything you love about Thanksgiving dinner stuffed into soft and chewy stuffing-like biscuits all dipped in luscious gravy! They are stuffed with roasted turkey, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, ooey gooey Gruyere cheese and cream cheese. The filling alone is spoon worthy and would make a tantalizing dip, but add the biscuit dough spiked with sage, parsley and thyme, and you have one of the tastiest comfort foods you ever will devour!
You can make this leftover turkey recipe in no time using store-bought dinner yeast roll dough balls (such as Rhodes) in place of the dough recipe. The filling makes enough to stuff 36 dough balls, but you can certainly scale the recipe down and use less. You can also use store-bought biscuits but you will need to purchase quite a few packages to use up the filling, so I suggest the dough balls.
To use store bought dinner yeast roll dough balls:
These leftover bombs are best served hot out of the oven, but yes, you can still reheat them. If you have leftovers, store them in an airtight container in the refrigerator. To reheat, microwave on a microwave safe plate for about 15 seconds or until warm in the center.