linked here As we know the holidays will look different this year. Having fewer people around the table this Thanksgiving will actually be a great opportunity to incorporate healthy swaps! Since it might just be your immediate family at the table you can mix in healthy options such as cauliflower mixed into your mashed potatoes!
you could try these out Casseroles are notorious for being full of ingredients such as cream sauces, condensed soups, butter, mayonnaise, sour cream, cheese and much more. A great alternative would be swapping casseroles for roasted or steamed vegetables for more nutrition and fewer ingredients!
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طريقة التجارة بالذهب Pecan pie or pumpkin pie → Pumpkin pie streusel bars
وسطاء الفوركس على الانترنت Cranberry sauce in a can → Homemade cranberry sauce
Mashed potatoes → Cauliflower mashed potatoes
Sweet potato casserole → Oat topping casserole
A tip my mom taught me is to skim the fat off of your broth before making gravy or adding it to dressing. Once you cook your turkey in the oven put the broth in a container, place in the fridge and let cool. The fat will rise to the top. Once it hardens scrape it off before making gravy or adding to dressing for fewer calories and grams of fat!
Remember, the more colorful your plate, the more nutritious! Aim to have lots of colorful vegetables on your plate.
Make it a point to survey the buffet before loading up your plate on Thanksgiving. Scope out the options that are most desirable to you, especially the treats that only come around once a year! Try not to have the “all or nothing” mentality this holiday season when it comes to indulging in your favorite dishes. If you happen to overinludge on Thanksgiving get right back on track the next day. It doesn’t take a new year to make a change. just a new day!
I hope you and your family have a safe, healthy and happy Thanksgiving!