Healthy Christmas Dinner Menu
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Have you ever felt so stuffed after eating during the holidays that you vowed never to do it again? Or maybe, you are watching what you eat and living a healthier lifestyle. No matter what your reasoning is, this lighter Christmas menu will help you achieve your goals. Finally, you can feel good about eating dessert!
The next time you're invited to a get-together bring along a plate of Southern Deviled Eggs. This deviled egg recipe is a simple one and calls for some of our favorite, classic ingredients, like mayo and sweet pickle relish. It's a recipe any Southern granny would approve of!
Made with non-fat Greek yogurt instead of sour cream, our Mediterranean Roasted Pepper Dip is a great snack day or night. Keep it low-fat by dipping assorted fresh veggies!
Fresh spinach adds that touch of elegance to heart-healthy salmon fillets. Our Salmon Florentine sounds fancy, but this easy fish recipe is as at home for a weeknight meal as it is super for a company meal.
Certain dishes simply call for mashed potatoes. Our Creamy Garlic Mashed Potatoes fit the bill, and your diabetes diet, to boot! The secret is all in portion control!
Add some meaty texture to your stuffing with portobello mushrooms. Our Portobello Stuffing is not only tasty and filling, it's healthy, too!
Our light version of Creamy Chocolate Pie is good as is, or you may want to toss on some fresh raspberries, or a dollop of low-fat whipped topping with a few sprinkles to give it a "wow" finishing touch.
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