We're not suggesting you nibble on kale and carrots. We're just offering up delicious and healthy options to round out your Christmas feast.
For the Appetizers
This one keeps it light, so you don't spoil your dinner.
For the Salad
Keep things light and refreshing with this simple winter salad.
For the Green Beans
Instead of using canned soup, you can get that rich and creamy filling from a garlicky Dijon-yogurt sauce.
For the Brussels Sprouts
Roast 'em. With grapes. Yes, grapes.
For the Potatoes
We're not depriving anyone of the sweetest part of sweet potatoes... especially when they're packed with vitamins A and C.
For Spreading on Bread
Not only are these guys healthier than cheese balls, they're fun to eat and fun to make and fun to serve and fun to talk about...
For the Stuffing
Use butternut squash to offset the amount of bread in your stuffing. It's high in fiber and vitamin A, and the texture works beautifully.
For the Pumpkin Pie
All the flavors of pumpkin pie with warm spices and a crispy ginger crust in a 230-calorie bar.