As the end of the year approaches, try these healthy holiday recipes. You'll find main dishes, appetizers, sides and desserts!
No one will ever know this simple dessert is diabetes-friendly! It is a holiday treat!
This is a foodie recipe, but it's still simple to make and takes just 15 minutes to cook. These mini tarts make a great holiday appetizer.
Panna cotta is a creamy, custard-like dessert. This panna cotta recipe is pumpkin-flavored - perfect for the upcoming holidays! It's even preportioned for you in ramekins to help you with portion control.
This entrée is great for a holiday gathering or meal with the family. Note that allowing the meat to rest before slicing keeps this dish nice and juicy.
It’s amazing how people will eat more veggies when they are in front of them, displayed well and served with a good dip. Hummus is a healthy dip made from chickpeas and comes in a variety of flavors.
Think you don’t like Brussels sprouts? Keep an open mind and try this recipe. Roasting veggies brings out maximum flavor and the mix of balsamic and cranberries is delicious!
Looking for the perfect turkey recipe to use on Thanksgiving Day? Look no further!
Having diabetes doesn't mean you have to cut out starchy foods completely. You can still enjoy them in the right portion sizes! This recipe for mashed potatoes skips the butter and cream and uses healthier ingredients to make a dish that is still tasty and full of flavor.
This is a delicious lower-calorie version of traditional green bean casserole.
Looking for a lower-carb side dish? This festive salad is easy to put together and makes for a light, yet tasty side on Thanksgiving - or any other day of the month!
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