With Thanksgiving right around the corner, we’d like to share some healthy recipes for older adults, caregivers, or anyone looking to incorporate healthy additions into their Thanksgiving celebration this year. Try out some new dishes that will help balance a big meal and help you get your creativity flowing as you master these new recipes! All recipes are courtesy of The Food Network.
Butternut Squash Soup
You can’t go wrong with butternut squash, and the soup is a great starter for the beginning of your Thanksgiving meal! Recipe courtesy of Food Network Kitchen.
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Herb and Apple Stuffing
Try a new style of stuffing, made primarily of whole-wheat bread and apples, a much healthier and more savory alternative. Recipe courtesy of Ina Garten.
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Green Bean Casserole With Crispy Shallots
A traditional green bean casserole is a great side dish, and here’s the perfect recipe for making a it a healthy addition to your table. Recipe courtesy of Ellie Krieger.
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Traditional gravy can be higher in calories than we realize, so switch it up and try a flavorful vegan gravy this year. Recipe courtesy of Food Network Kitchen.
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Mustard-Parmesan Whole Roasted Cauliflower
Add this flavorful and savory recipe to your dinner table, a healthy side that is bound to become a new favorite. Recipe courtesy of Food Network Kitchen.
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For more recipes, go to The Food Network’s Thanksgiving Recipes.