The holidays are a time of indulging and, yes, often overindulging!
When you’re among friends and family, and so much delicious food, it can be hard to say no to another scoop of mashed potatoes or a late-night snack of leftover pie.
Luckily, there’s a nice break between Thanksgiving and Hanukkah and Christmas to help you slow down from heavy foods and get some of the delicious seasonal greens and other produce on the menu.
Get the day going on the right foot by filling your breakfast full of fresh produce. Our Double Greens Smoothie opens in a new tab, filled with spinach and kale, is the perfect option. Or try these others:
OK, so you might not feel like reaching for the carrot and celery sticks. You can still eat healthfully while calming your snack attack. Try our Pumpkin Pecan Cookies opens in a new tab if you’ve got a cookie craving, or try these snacks:
Banana-Cocoa Snack Cake opens in a new tabSimple Suppers
Flavorful, healthy dinners don’t have to take a lot of time. Using fragrant herbs and spices, you can transform a variety of ingredients and not need to add heavy fats, cream, or less-nutrient-dense foods.
Keep dessert simple and feature seasonal fruits for a lightly sweet ending to the day, or get a light hit of chocolate with our dairy-free Chocolate Mousse opens in a new tab.
Cinnamon Roasted Pineapple with Macadamia Nut Cream opens in a new tabWhat foods do you like to make in between the holidays?