The holidays are a time when families gather near and far to "Eat, Drink, and Be Merry." Does this sound too good to be true? Maybe, that's because it probably is. Let's be honest, the holidays can be a stressful time. It's not all candy canes, eggnog, and kisses under the mistletoe as the hallmark specials would like us to believe.
I don't know about you, but I love Thanksgiving. I get to see my family, eat some delicious food, and usually partake in a hand of cards. In an effort to make this holiday healthier, we are making adjustments to traditional recipes without compromising the taste.
Today, we'll give you the first three recipes for your healthified Thanksgiving: stuffing, cranberries, and dinner rolls.
If you walk into any grocery store around this time of year, you are bound to be assaulted by the ginormous, colorful bags of Halloween candy. But instead of dolling out bag after bag of artificial colors and flavors to the trick-or-treaters in your neighborhood, how about trying out a few of these healthier alternatives? I'm not suggesting handing out bunches of kale and flaxseeds—after all I don't want your house to get TPed—but there are ways to healthify even this most junky of holiday traditions while still maintaining the festive spirit.
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