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Leftover Barbecue "Sundaes"

Posted by Susie B. on July 9, 2014

Leftover Barbecue

After a big BBQ, we occasionally have a few leftovers hanging out in our fridge. Not quite enough for a full round of seconds, but just enough to get excited about lunch. Do yourself a favor and give everything else in your fridge serious leftover envy by throwing these Barbecue Sundaes together. They take no more than a minute, look awesome, and taste great!

Reheating in the microwave is easy enough, but for the best results wrap any leftovers that need reheating in foil and throw in a hot oven or on the grill for 5-10 minutes.

 

Barbecue "Sundaes"

 

DIFFICULTY: 1/5
PELLETS: None
PREP TIME: 15 min.
COOK TIME: 10 min.
SERVES: Depends on your leftovers

YOU WILL NEED THESE THINGS
Barbecued baked beans, reheated
Leftover coleslaw (drain if watery)
Leftover pulled pork, shredded beef, chicken or chopped beef brisket, reheated
Barbecue Sauce
Leftover barbecued ribs cut into individual ribs (optional), reheated or a slice of cooked bacon
Dill pickle spears
Cherry tomatoes

PREPARATION:

1. If you own the kind of glassware popular at soda fountains and ice cream parlors, break it out. If not, substitute clean 16-ounce canning jars or other clear glassware.

2. Put a layer of baked beans in the bottom of each glass or jar followed by layers of coleslaw and pulled pork, chicken or brisket. Drizzle with barbecue sauce. Stick a rib or bacon, if using, and a dill pickle spear in each “sundae”. Top with a cherry tomato. Serve and enjoy!

Leftover Barbecue

Leftover Barbecue

Printable Recipes:

Barbecue Sundaes.docx (14.07 kb)