Healthy Thanksgiving Recipe Roundup

If you’re looking for some new and creative food ideas for Thanksgiving, we’ve got you covered! These fun, lighter recipes are a nice change of pace from some of the heavier holiday classics we normally find at the Thanksgiving table. This Recipe Roundup is brought to you by Amber Ketchum, MDS, RDNanny Magazine’s food editor.

Festive Brunch

Turkey Grahamwhich pic

 

 

Starting Thanksgiving morning on a healthy note is the perfect way to set up for success later in the day!  These cute little turkey “grahamwhiches” are a fun way to get kids in the kitchen and get creative with this festive breakfast or snack!

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Gluten-Free Side

Recipe and photo from Abbey of Abbey’s Kitchen

 

 

What doesn’t sound good about “cheesy pumpkin noodle casserole?!” And as a bonus, this comforting dish is gluten free and much lighter than your standard casserole!

Find the full recipe here.

Crunch Alert

These individual apple and pumpkin crisps have a healthy twist that makes them a tasty treat that’s also a great source of vitamins and fiber. Kids will love the crunchy topping!

Recipe and photo from Abbey of Abbey’s Kitchen

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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PUMPKIN PUDDING

This five-ingredient pumpkin pudding (from yours truly) is a simple make-ahead dessert idea that has the flavor of pumpkin pie without all of the extra calories that come with it. It’s also served in individual containers, so it’s a popular option with kids and grown-ups!

Find the full recipe here.

Five Ingredient Pumpkin Pudding