This Harvest Salad has all the ingredients you’ll want in a Fall dish! Packed with chopped kale, roasted squash, pomegranate seeds, toasted pecans and topped with a super easy & delicious Maple Balsamic for the absolute perfect Thanksgiving salad!
My fabulous blogging girlfriends are here with me today bringing you healthy sides for your Thanksgiving feast. I am in love with this month’s round up because I mean… check out these recipes! Gorgeous, delicious, and good-for-you! I call it a WIN. Your family and friends will thank you, too!
Cauliflower Stuffing from The Healthy Maven
This healthy, low-carb cauliflower rice stuffing will convince your Thanksgiving guests to jump on board the cauliflower rice train, while secretly getting them to eat more veggies! Plus it’s ready in under 20 minutes.
Green Beans with Caramelized Shallots and Almonds from Eating Bird Food
Add some green to your holiday table with this flavorful recipe for tender crisp green beans tossed with caramelized shallots, toasted almonds and fresh parsley.
5-Ingredient Slow Cooker Cranberry Sauce from Running to the Kitchen
This simple cranberry sauce is made with just 5 ingredients. Make it in the slow cooker and save the stove-top space for all the other Thanksgiving sides.
Vegan Scalloped Sweet Potatoes from Food Faith Fitness
These easy scalloped sweet potatoes are SO creamy and flavorful, you’ll have a hard time believing they’re secretly healthy and paleo and vegan friendly!
Balsamic Sea Salt Brussels Sprouts from Fit Foodie Finds
Make these delicious Balsamic Sea Salt Roasted Brussels Sprouts this holiday season for the most delicious vegan and paleo side that everyone will gobble up!
Now… my Harvest Salad.
You guys, I’ve been putting this dressing on EVERYTHING. It is my new favorite. 100%. You need to make it immediately.
What is your favorite Fall flavor combination? What is your go-to side dish for holidays?
Are you ready for a delicious & healthy ‘pasta’ dish that uses a few of my favorite things? Pumpkin, the inspiralizer, fresh herbs, and grilled chicken make up this delicious Fall dinner that will be a hit night after night.
In other news, Halloween is on the horizon! I’m still deciding what to dress Jax (the pup) up as. It’s kind of silly to get him a costume, but I feel like it’s a must. I’ll be browsing the internet looking for dog costumes while devouring bowls of this deliciousness.
You can use original almond milk, or vanilla. Whatever you have on hand!
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What is your favorite type of pasta dish? Healthy or not!
If you are just tuning in, it’s October and that means it is pumpkin month for my Healthy Food Friday series with American Express! That’s right. We started off with Sticky Bun Pumpkin Muffins, moved along to classic Pumpkin Waffles, and now some slow-cooking goodness.
Pumpkin butter that is. In the slow cooker.
Take a minute to think about the smell in your house after 6 hours of this cooking down. Yes, it smells THAT good.
I first tried pumpkin and apple butter back in my college days at this adorable little restaurant. They served them with popovers. I serve mine with… literally everything. Spread them on pancakes, waffles, or toast. Mix it into a sauce or add it into a smoothie or Fall cocktail.
…OR just grab a spoon and go for that jar.