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Healthy Thanksgiving Dishes

One of our favorite holidays is Thanksgiving. All that planning and syncing everyone’s schedules can feel impossible at times, but do you know what helps? Food. And what gets them seated around the table faster than you can even ask? Good food. For this Thanksgiving, we’re thankful for the chance to cook with our hearts and show our family how much they mean to us through yummy comfort food.

Here are some of our favorite side dishes that scream Thanksgiving meal but without the unnecessary calories.

Honey Roasted Butternut Squash with Cranberries and Feta by Peas and Crayons

honey roasted butternut squash

Sweet honey and butternut squash meets the tartness of cranberries in this perfect fall flavored Thanksgiving dish.

Paleo Cauliflower Stuffing by Unbound Wellness

paleo cauliflower stuffing

You can’t have Thanksgiving without stuffing! But this time make a version that’s healthier and made of just veggies! The best part of this healthy ingredient swap recipe is you won’t be left feeling as heavy from the excessive amount of carbs.

Herb Roasted Root Vegetables by My Fresh Perspective

herb roasted root vegetables

Root veggie lovers, if you’re looking for a side dish that has beets, sweet potatoes, squash and eggplant all in one container, look no further.

Apple Cider Green Beans by JoyFoodSunshine

apple cider green beans

Sautéed green beans are a must have for our Thanksgiving feasts. This healthy version replaces the heavy cream of green bean casserole without taking away the flavor! If we’re being honest though, apples go with pretty much anything and everything. Just sayin’.

Chipotle Mashed Sweet Potatoes by One Lovely Life

chipotle mashed sweet potatoes

We’re really digging the savory meets sweet in our dishes this season. Make these as spicy as you like by adding more chipotle chili powder to taste!


Tag us in your Thanksgiving holiday dishes or show off your family’s healthy traditions using #NatureSeal on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter. Happy Thanksgiving!



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