Thanksgiving Holiday Recipes

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Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays (as you might have imagined!). It's a holiday that includes everyone and it's all about being at home with family and enjoying wonderful homemade food. I'm excited to share with you the recipes that my family will be enjoying this year.

We're starting with Cranberry Apple Turkey which uses a 4-5 pound turkey breast, not the entire turkey. It's good for a smaller group of about 8 or so people as it cooks much faster than the whole turkey.

Then we'll be adding some of my favorite sides, including Garlic Mashed Potatoes & GravyRoasted Squash Soup for the Holidays, and Pumpkin Pie. These are every bit as delicious as their traditional counterparts, and no one will ever know that they've been made sneakily healthier with hidden cauliflower, zucchini, sweet potatoes, carrots, pomegranate, yogurt, whole wheat flour, apple sauce, tofu and more! These super healthy additions replace much of the unwanted fat while actually enhancing the flavor.

My warmest wishes for a healthy and happy Thanksgiving!


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Since we do not exist on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas just so I can provide advice. Christmas is a lot of people cook and bake. This new testing time for cakes and meals. There is also a cookbook, of which every year I make something else out. Very good and I think I can recommend always provided.

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