Looking to make this year’s Thanksgiving a bit healthier? Here are some great resources to get started.
A dash of spice goes a long way to add flavor and zest to Thanksgiving dinner, but many of these favorites may also pack powerful health benefits. Just in time for holiday cooking, Eating Well spotlights six good-for-you spices.
Planning a holiday meal for a special diet is always challenging, but Cooking Light comes to the rescue with a variety of healthy menus, including some that are meatless and free of gluten and dairy, all while keeping fat and calories in check. Visit the Thanksgiving Menu Planner on their homepage for details.
As if that weren’t reason enough to celebrate, November is also Peanut Butter Lovers Month. You will find many tasty ways to celebrate this favorite spread at the Southern Peanut Growers’ Association’s website. Happy cooking!