As the end of the year approaches, try these healthy holiday recipes. You'll find main dishes, appetizers, sides and desserts!
This pumpkin smoothie makes a unique yet tasty treat for the holiday season.
This recipe is quick, delicious and makes a convenient meal the whole family will enjoy. This is a must try!
You can substitute butternut squash for the sweet potatoes in this recipe if you'd like. This stew is excellent served over the Root Vegetable Cakes.
This classic bread and tomato salad pairs well with any roasted meat or poultry entrée. Double the recipe and it can also make a great side dish at your holiday feast this year!
Devilled eggs are a classic appetizer. They're a quick and easy choice for any holiday party or weekend get-together.
If you don't need this recipe to be gluten-free you could try using yellow cake or carrot cake mix in place of the gluten-free bread mix. This QUICK bread is a festive and delicious holiday treat!
Fruit is a great end to a meal. By experimenting with roasting and grilling fruit, you can bring out it's maximum flavor. This recipe could easily be made with apples too.
You might be wary of trying a cookie made with quinoa, but these high-fiber cookies are delicious and easy! The texture is a little denser than a traditional cookie, but you can eat these cookies without the guilt!
This is a delicious lower-calorie version of traditional green bean casserole.
Try this dish in place of stuffing or as a vegetable side dish this Thanksgiving. You can also enjoy it any other night for dinner. It's packed with flavor and nutritious ingredients.
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