Leftover Turkey & Avocado Melt

Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and if yours is like mine, there are always leftovers. This year instead of reheating leftover turkey, you could try a healthy spin on the leftover sandwich.
   You will need;
  • Leftover turkey
  • Whole grain bread 
  • Cheese of choice - cheddar or Monterey Jack is good
  • Avacado- thinly sliced
  • Baby Spinach
    In a large non-stick or lightly greased skillet, place bread, then layer ingredients starting with cheese, cover and cook a few minutes, turning once, until bread is toasted and cheese melted.
       
     Avocados are a high-antioxidant food that contains lutein, a type of carotenoid that protects eye health and preserves healthy, youthful looking skin and hair.
     Bonus! Dark leafy greens like spinach are important for healthy hair, skin, and bones.
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