The holidays are here and for many that means food temptations that could derail our health and diets. Luckily, there are many healthy alternatives to traditional Thanksgiving meals. You can watch your diet and still partake in the holiday food fun! Below are holiday recipes recommended by The American Diabetes Association through their Recipes for Healthy Living initiative.
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This is a great alternative if you don’t want to cook a whole turkey and it pairs well with vegetables or sweet potato dishes.
Leave the skin on the potatoes to increase the fiber in this recipe and mix the cauliflower in with the potatoes to decrease the carb intake.
This platter is a great, healthy appetizer to share as guests wait for the main course.
This guilt-free chocolate treat takes just 15 minutes to prepare.
These healthy recipes are ideal for the Thanksgiving holiday, but you can continue to incorporate them into your every day meal prep all year long.