Healthy Holiday Recipes

Healthy alternatives to your favorite Southern holiday dishes

Vegetarian Quinoa and Squash Casserole

Casseroles can be doubled to feed big groups of people. Visit Recipe       


Cauliflower Mashed Potatoes

Replace potatoes with cauliflower, a non-starchy vegetable associated with lower cancer risk. Visit Recipe    


Healthy Sweet Potato Casserole

Sweet potatoes are a holiday classic, and they’re so sweet on their own that you can skip the sugar and marshmallows. Visit Recipe    


Green Bean Bundles

You don’t need the sodium found in most canned green beans. Visit Recipe     


Maple Roasted Brussels Sprouts And Butternut Squash

Brussel sprouts are another great non-starchy vegetable. They might steal the show at your dinner.  Visit Recipe    


Roasted Sweet Potato Salad

Are you on salad duty? No one will expect this salad. Visit Recipe    


Broccoli Quinoa Casserole

This is a creamy casserole for the broccoli lovers. Visit Recipe    


Paleo Cranberry Balsamic Roasted Chicken

It can be difficult to limit red and processed meat during the holidays. Bring chicken to the table. Visit Recipe

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