Healthy Thanksgiving Side Dishes


Healthy Thanksgiving Side Dishes
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Healthy Thanksgiving Side Dishes

If you are trying to find Healthy Thanksgiving Side Dishes, look no further! These side dishes will help you cut the calories without sacrificing flavor on your Thanksgiving table! 

Healthy Thanksgiving Side Dishes

 

Healthy Thanksgiving Side Dishes1. Cranberry Sauce from Alton Brown uses honey and fresh cranberries.

2. Garlic Roasted Butternut Squash from Eat Well 101 gets its flavor 

from garlic sauce and Cajun seasonings.

Healthy Thanksgiving Side Dishes3. Thanksgiving Slaw from The Kitchn include almonds and

cranberries and will last up to 2 hours on the buffet without wilting.

Thanksgiving Salad

4. Apple Cranberry Spinach Salad from Julia’s Album combines

spinach, fruits, nuts and avocados served with a vinaigrette dressing.

5. Baked Carrots from This Autoimmune Life uses a small

amount of olive oil with Montreal steak seasoning for a burst of flavor.

 

6. Nanou’s Garlic Green Beans from The Life Jolie combines fresh 

green beans, garlic and a brown butter sauce.

7. Cauliflower Stuffing from Delish offers a great alternative

for your gluten-free or low-carb friends.

8. Roasted Broccoli and Brussels Sprouts from Moms Without Answers are

roasted with a small amount of Parmesan cheese until crispy.

9. Sweet Potatoes with Cranberries offers a sugar-free sweet potato option

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8 comments on “Healthy Thanksgiving Side Dishes

  1. Even though most of our traditional holiday meal is far from healthy, I like to throw in a few healthier items to balance it out. These are great suggestions and I wish you a Happy Thanksgiving!

  2. I LOVED this post! We have a few special food needs in my family and these recipes fit the bill. Enjoy this time of Thanksgiving.
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  3. Thanks for all these healthy alternatives!

  4. Ok, I’m definitely making the slaw and the spinach salad. I’ve made something like this before and it was a hit! I’ll be tweeting and pinning this.
    Greetings from the Blogger’s Pit Stop!

  5. Your side dishes look wonderful especially the butternut squash.
    Thank you for sharing on #omhgff this week!

    Wishing you a wonderful Thanksgiving!🦃
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