The Cure for the 3,000 Calorie Thanksgiving Meal

Filed Under: Recipes
Last Reviewed 02/06/2014

Thanksgiving dinners can easily pack on the calories, and the pounds!When we think of Thanksgiving, we think of food. But the average holiday dinner is loaded with a whopping 3,000 calories and more carbohydrates and fat than most people should eat in a day, never mind one meal. But keeping your calorie count down doesn’t mean skimping on delicious holiday food.

Here are several delicious, easy, and healthy recipes that the entire family will love:

Two-Hour Roasted Turkey

Roasted Vegetables with Mustard Vinaigrette

Garlicky Spinach

Emerald Dip

Now it’s your turn: Do you have a healthy Thanksgiving recipe to share?

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