Oh boy, there’s nothing like having some Thanksgiving leftovers. The Brady Bunch star Maureen McCormick used them deliciously.
McCormick shared here dessert thanks to the wonders of Instagram.
Take a look at the result of using leftovers strategically.
Along with the picture, she wrote the following words to go along with the Instagram post.
“Happy ‘Leftovers Day’ My favorite day of the yearI’m thankful for the simple pleasures of being able to cook and bake for my loved ones. Their fav this year was this gluten-free dark chocolate hazelnut cake. Hope you all are staying safe!” McCormick writes.
Yes, McCormick played Marcia Brady for five seasons in the ABC family sitcom.
She’s also been a part of numerous TV specials and shows connected to The Brady Bunch.
‘The Brady Bunch’ Star Shares Tribute To Florence Henderson 5 Years After Her Death
Obviously, the cast members of The Brady Bunch stayed in touch with one another over the years.
Florence Henderson, who played Carol Brady on the show, died five years ago. McCormick remembered Henderson earlier this week.
McCormick posted a picture of her and Henderson together on Twitter.
“Thank you for helping me to find joy Flo! I love you! Forever in my heart”, she writes with some heart emojis at the end.
Back in 2019, McCormick talked about her time with Henderson with Fox News.
The actress said that Henderson taught her about “being able to find joy like in a big way.
“I mean, I spent a lot of time with her before she passed away,” McCormick said.
One particular piece of wisdom from Henderson has helped.
“Be around positive, good people that lift you up, that doesn’t tear you down, but just want to nurture you, and you want to nurture them, and you all work together,” McCormick said. “You know, I think that’s really important.”
McCormick Spoke Fondly of Ed Asner In Interview Prior To His Death
Earlier this year, actor Ed Asner died. Asner made his name with numerous roles in TV and movies.
But his breakout role was as Lou Grant on The Mary Tyler Moore Show. Asner played the same role, albeit in a more serious tone, on Lou Grant.
McCormick talked about him with The Hollywood Reporter.
“It’s because of Ed that I even wanted to get into this business — seeing him and everyone on The Mary Tyler Moore Show,” she said. “When I was growing up, I would sit with my family and watch every episode of it. I never dreamed that I would be able to work with him or know him, but I just fell in love with him and his character.”