Healthy recipes for the star of the Thanksgiving meal – Turkey, Ham, Pork, vegetarian and more.
Thanksgiving, the meal you spend hours cooking and eat in minutes. Most people eat an average of 4500 calories for their Thanksgiving meal. That is a couple of days worth of calories. Wow! You can still thoroughly enjoy Thanksgiving dinner, but eat fewer calories with these delicious main dishes. I’ve got options for a whole turkey or a turkey breast, for a small group. Don’t like turkey? That’s OK. My grandfather doesn’t either so we always cook pork, too. I’ve got a big pork roast or a little pork tenderloin. There is even ham and vegetarian options, too. There is something for everyone with the Best Healthy Thanksgiving Dinner recipes I can find. Stay tuned over the next couple of weeks while I cover side dishes and dessert, too. Let’s not eat 4500 calories on one meal.
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Happy Healthy Eating,