Healthy Thanksgiving Dishes

The average American will spend their Thanksgiving Day eating about 4,500 calories.

healthy stuffed dates

How do we not over do it? We shared a post for ways we make wise eating choices for Thanksgiving here. We also like to keep a good balance of this holiday by including healthier dishes! Eating delicious foods that keep us feeling healthy afterwards is perhaps the ultimate celebration! When we have tried to do this, it always allows us to be able to enjoy our family and friends, focus on helping others and gives us so much more to be thankful for! Our hope is that some of these dishes will help inspire healthy eating choices during this wonderful holiday so you can share your blessings and focus on the good.

Hope you enjoy wonderful, healthy food for the happiest Thanksgiving yet!

Appetizers & Munching:

Apricot Walnut Stuffed Dates

Crackers with Raw Strawberry Jam

Holiday Eggnog

Honey Cinnamon Almonds

Brown Sugar Glazed Carrots

 SIde Dishes:

“Brown Sugar” Glazed Carrots with pecans and Thyme

Green Blood Orange Salad

Mini Donut Hole Muffins

One Hour Dinner Rolls

Maple Roasted Brussel Sprouts

 

Healthy French Silk Pie

 

Sweet Desserts:

Cinnamon Pull-Apart Rolls

Classic Apple Pie

Vegan Pumpkin Pie

No-Bake Pumpkin Cheesecake Bars

Gluten Free Chocolate Silk Pie

And don’t forget to top off these treats with a little homemade vanilla ice cream!

vegan ice cream healthy

 What foods are you most looking forward to this Thanksgiving?? A few years ago, we went up to Lancaster, Pennsylvania to the Amish country for Thanksgiving, Everything was fresh and the most comforting food you can imagine! Even though we won’t be there this year, we always think back to the incredible potatoes, jams, green beans and rolls that we enjoyed there. After a Thanksgiving meal, there is nothing better than finishing it off with some pumpkin pie!

Healthy Vegan Pumpkin Pie

Happy Thanksgiving!

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2 comments

  1. Holy cow! 4500 calories? Thankfully it’s only once a year!

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