Healthy Thanksgiving Sides That Still Taste Decadent

Lighten up your favorite dishes this Thanksgiving. Here are ideas to get you started.

Green Bean Casserole

For a healthier version of this classic Thanksgiving dish, swap out the cream for low-fat milk. Get the recipe here.

Quinoa Stuffing

Quinoa, butternut squash, and dried cranberries are just a few of the ingredients in this unique take on the traditional stuffing recipe.

Stuffed Acorn Squash

Acorn squash gets a flavorful and nutritious boost with brown rice, black beans, orange zest and cayenne pepper. You can find the recipe here.

Roasted Cauliflower

Have a tasty and healthy side ready in only ten minutes with this recipe that combines cauliflower and parmesan cheese.

Butternut Squash Soup

This delicious soup is creamy without using any cream! The secret to this recipe is roasting the butternut squash beforehand to bring out more flavor.

Pumpkin Cornbread

Cornbread gets an upgrade with ingredients like pumpkin puree, coconut oil and maple syrup. Find the recipe here.

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Garlic Kale

Pair greens with your turkey this year. This recipe combines kale, olive oil, sea salt and garlic for a tasty, healthy side dish.

Sweet Potatoes au Gratin

This recipe combines sweet potatoes, breadcrumbs and pecans for a delicious side dish.

Roasted Brussels Sprouts

Brussels sprouts get a sweet and crunchy twist with the addition of honey and peanuts in this recipe.

Sautéed Carrots

Have a delicious side dish ready in 10 minutes. All you need is carrots and a little bit of dill, pepper and salt. Find the recipe here.

Apple Cider Gravy

Traditional gravy can be high in calories. Try this version instead that uses reduced-sodium chicken broth and apple cider for a unique fall-inspired flavor.

Baked Pears

Craving something sweet? Try baked pears! This recipe, featuring pumpkin spice syrup, is perfect for a holiday gathering.

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