6 Recipes for a Healthy & Happy Thanksgiving

Turkey, stuffing, pie, oh my!

Thanksgiving is a holiday about abundance, or for many us, overabundance! So to make sure you don’t feel like slithering out of your chair only to fall asleep under the table, we’ve pulled together six of our favorite healthy recipes that will leave you feeling energized and not stuffed to the gills.


Using fresh herbs, seasonal farm fresh produce, and nutrient dense ingredients, we’ve put a healthy spin on some of our traditional favorites. We hope you enjoy them as much as we do and feel our love as you make them!

As you plan your Thanksgiving menu, remember that this time of year is not just about the food you put on your table, it’s also about the connection and time spent with your loved ones. Enjoy every moment!

To a healthy and happy turkey day,


P.S. – What’s your favorite traditional Thanksgiving dish? Tell us in the comments section below.


Healthy Thanksgiving Recipes

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  • Julianne

    I made the Raw Kale and Brussel Sprout salad for Christmas dinner. When my mom found out I was making something with Brussel sprouts her comment was, “I’ve never met a Brussel sprout I liked.” I made it anyway and it was the most talked about dish at our table of 15 adults. Everyone asked for the recipe…even Mom!

    • Julie Peláez

      That’s awesome Julianne! Glad it was a hit! :)

  • Jenn Osborne

    What is the best way to steam the cauliflower?

    • Julie Peláez

      Hey Jenn, I like to use a steamer basket with about 2-inches of water in the bottom, lid on, steam for about 10-15 minutes.

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