Muffin tin for leftovers – a cool hack to take leftovers with you from any meal you go to simply using a muffin tin. #muffintin #leftovers #Thanksgiving
Muffin tin for leftovers
If you host or go to a Thanksgiving dinner, it might be handy to keep a muffin can handy or on hand to put the leftovers in host or go to a Thanksgiving dinner, it might be handy to keep a muffin can handy or on hand to put the leftovers in.
You can also give these to people in need to a quick Thanksgiving meal. Just put sides and mains in each slot. Cover with tin foil, press ‘n seal or plastic wrap and give to those in need or let the family take home for later.
Disposable Muffin tins are Relatively cheap and a great way to take home leftovers or give them to someone in need. (This hack is not only good for Thanksgiving, it’s also good for any any!)
You can put your favorite meat, and all the fixings each in it’s own little compartment.
Not to mention, you can warm them up, you could probably just put it in the oven and heat it up that way. If you have metal tins, do not put in the microwave!
You Could designate one muffin tin for your hot foods, and another muffin tin for your cold foods. That way it makes for easy reheating if needed or to keep cool.
For easy clean up of a non-disposable muffin tin, add a cupcake liner before dishing the leftovers in each compartment of the muffin tin.
Muffin tins are usually made of tin or even silicone and generally, you can find these the muffin tins with 4, 6 , 9 or 12 compartments.
If you use disposable muffin tins, you can just toss them! That’s why they are so cheap.
I have also seen people use the veggie serving tray too for leftovers. So both the veggie serving tray and muffin tin would be great for those picky eaters who do not like their food to touch.
Muffin tins can be versatile! Use them for making frozen treats, crafting mini desserts, organizing small items, putting different colors of pain in them or even creating unique ice cubes or chocolates.
First published November 22, 2022. Last updated or republished November 22, 2023.
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