Wednesday, 09 November 2011
Of course one of the first things that comes to mind I think of Thanksgiving is food! Thanksgiving and Christmas are probably the 2 days that I consume the most calories (unless I see some chips lying around. That's dangerous stuff, especially with ranch dip). No need to fear though, there are plenty of healthy (and delicious) options that you can serve up for Thanksgiving. Here are a few for you to try out:
"Healthified Stuffing", courtesy of Eat Better America
It's only 120 calories per serving!
Sweet Potato Pecan Casserole, courtesy of Ellie Krieger
As much as I love regular sweet potato casserole, I know it calls for a lot of sugar and butter for the topping.
Broccoli Potato Puree, courtesy of Reader's Digest
If you don't like broccoli, you can always substitute for another vegetable.
Healthier Green Bean Casserole, courtesy of Eating Well
This recipe cuts out the cream of mushroom soup to eliminate a lot of the sodium.
"Spa-licious" Dinner Rolls, courtesy of Peanut Butter and Julie
Looove bread and if it's healthy, it's even better!
Do you have any healthy recipes for Thanksgiving?