Let’s face it. This week’s is all about food with a little family sprinkled on top. For families like us that suffer from food allergies and food related diseases, it’s the opposite most days. Either way, we all gotta eat, right??
Don’t scrimp on your favorites this time of year–just learn to make them a bit healthier–and maybe you won’t have eater’s remorse this go around!
Here’s a list of some of my favorites. This is not by any means an exhaustive list out there–but you know my theory–keep it simple so you don’t get overwhelmed!
In each category, I’ve provided the link for the info! Just click on the blue 🙂
(Thanks to Marissa Dodgen for some of these beautiful photos. I’m sure you can tell which are hers and which are mine 😉 She’s the professional!)
Salad & Appetizers:
–How to avoid a growth enhancement drug that can be ingested in many turkeys, even ones labeled “no hormones used.”
–Slow roasted turkey with herbed butter (sub Earth Balance vegan butter if dairy-free)
–Classic casserole (contains egg & dairy)
–Maple glazed (Vegan, gluten free, nut-free)
Green Bean Casserole:
–My concoction that our family loves (gluten free, vegan)
–Honey-Maple Sriracha? Yes, please!!
–Mac & Cheese (make gluten free by using rice or quinoa noodles)
–Classic (contains gluten, milk, egg)
–Grain free (paleo)
–Vegan biscuits (contains gluten)
–Pull apart yeast dinner rolls (contains eggs, read comments from readers and author suggestions to make egg-free, I’ve done this successfully!)
–Gluten free/dairy free yeast dinner rolls (contains eggs, read comments from readers and author suggestions to make egg-free, I’ve done this successfully!)
–Gluten Free-vegan pumpkin bread (add chocolate chips!)
–Grain free pumpkin bars (contains eggs)
I hope these links help you find the perfect thing to serve this holiday season 🙂