There is a holiday war going and every year we bring it back up. That war is against holiday weight gain. How can we stay healthy and continue to lose weight when there are so many different holiday treats all around us? The answer is simple. We need to find holiday recipes that fit into our healthy lifestyle but also, into the season. Thanksgiving is the perfect time to practice that skill. There are plenty of healthy Thanksgiving side dishes you could use to keep your meal healthy. But you want to make sure that these recipes also fit into the rest of your meal. That is why it takes a little practice, not much, but practice nonetheless.
Healthy Thanksgiving side dishes are easier to make than you may think and they will help keep your dinner healthy and delicious.
Green Bean Casserole | Hummusapien
Garlic Roasted Mushrooms | Savory Tooth
Maple Cinnamon Roasted Butternut Squash | Diaries of Nia
Brussels Sprout Salad with Cranberries and Pecans | What’s in the Pan
Lemon Garlic Roasted Broccoli | Simple Fit Vegan
Healthy meals don’t require a lack of taste. These healthy Thanksgiving side dishes are just as tasty as they are healthy. You may even find a few recipes that you want to keep on rotation year after year. The best part is, many of these recipes will fit into your diet plan.
Maple Walnut Stuffed Sweet Potatoes | Savory Nothings
Sweet Potato Unstuffing | The Real Food Dietitians
Roasted Green Beans and Mushrooms | Plain Chicken
Fall Harvest Salad | The Seasoned Mom
Paleo Stuffing | 40 Aprons
Everything from salads to stuffing can be found right here and some of them may surprise you. Did you know that bacon-wrapped veggies fit into a keto diet perfectly? They do and they are perfectly paired with a good stuffing and some turkey.
Garlic Parm Roasted Veggies | Melissa’s Southern Style Kitchen
Cinnamon Roasted Sweet Potatoes and Apples | Joy Food Sunshine
Bacon-Wrapped Green Bean Bundles | I Heart Unami
Stuffed Acorn Squash | Evolving Table
Apple Cranberry Squash | The Foodie and The Fix