1 Granny Smith apple, cored, peeled, and sliced into ¼-inch slices 1 tsp cinnamon 6 tbsp Creamy peanut butter 4 slices whole wheat bread Cookie cutters – any shape, be creative! Sprinkle the apple Source: http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/public/heart/hbp/dash/recipes.html Source: CDC http://apps.nccd.cdc.gov/dnparecipe/RecipeDetails.aspx?RecipeId=293&Search=&PageNumber=2&SortBy=TA&PerformOrSearch=-1&Fruits=&Vegetables=&MealTypes=23 Recipe from Kristie Dickens of Seary, Ark. Source: USDA, adapted from Michigan Department of Community Health http://www.bestbonesforever.gov/recipes_main/breakfast.cfm Recipe from Evelyn Miller of TX Recipe from Marsha Akers of Ironton, Mo. After Thanksgiving Day, many Americans partake in a great holiday tradition: eating leftovers. This week, What's Cooking Now suggests some alternatives to that cold turkey sandwich. As the weather turns colder warm your home up with these delicious crock pot favorites. Recipe provided by: Verna Bryant of Natchez, MS Recipe from Georgene Trewatha of Campbell, Mo. Sloppy Joe's are great for a crowd. Keep them super healthy (lower fat and lower sodium) by using lean turkey breast and no-salt-added tomato sauce. Recipe from Tim Burleson of Pocatello, Idaho Recipe Provided By: Allison Chadwick of Rossville, GA Recipe from Brenda Philips of Lindale, Texas Enjoy this delicious classic that uses dill, fresh parsley and green onion. Recipe from Lynn Petty from Ala. Recipe from Holly Childress of TX Recipe from Amber Kingree of Cape Girardeau, Mo. Yes, you can hold your Thanksgiving leftovers in the palm of your hand! Here's a recipe for a tasty sandwich featuring the holiday staples: turkey, stuffing and cranberry sauce. Taste it and decide for yourself if if lives up to the chef's "world's best" boast. For some other post-Thanksgiving options, see the recipes below.