The second-best part of the holiday is a fridge filled with delicious Thanksgiving leftovers. When round two comes around, keep it healthy with these suggestions: Turkey sammie #1: "Skip the stuffing layer and choose a high quality whole wheat or sourdough bread, piled high with white turkey meat, avocado, lettuce, and tomato," Chalker suggests. "Add homemade cranberry sauce, because the canned version is extremely high in sugar." For turkey sammie #2 : "Skinless white meat turkey can be made into a great sandwich with avocado, tomato, hummus, kale, mustard, and lemon on toasted Ezekiel bread," says Monica Auslander, MS, RD, LDN, owner of EssenceNutritionMiami.com. Turn leftover cranberries and cranberry sauce into a salsa or cranberry appleasauce, or add it to oatmeal, plain Greek yogurt, or whole grain pancakes, suggests Kacie Vavrek, MC, RD, CSSD, LD at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. Roasted veggies can be added to a vegetable broth and turned into a hearty soup, along with turkey shavings.