Posts Tagged ‘Thanksgiving’

Blenditarian Turkey and Stuffing Meatballs

Turkey and Stuffing Meatballs with Cranberry Sauce and Skewers

These Turkey and Stuffing Meatballs are perfect for your Friendsgiving menu or as an easy appetizer for a holiday party or potluck! This post is sponsored by my friends at The Mushroom Council. The recipe I’m sharing today features mushrooms and lean ground turkey in my turkey and stuffing blenditarian meatballs. With traditional stuffing ingredients
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5 Ways to Create a Diabetes-Friendly Thanksgiving Table

Ironically this most food centric holiday falls during National Diabetes Month every November. A heaping helping of fried turkey, dressing and gravy, ham, macaroni and cheese, greens and a table of pies and cakes that spans the dining room wall. This is Thanksgiving in the South.  It’s a table of delight but if you have
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Six Simple Ways to Avoid Holiday Weight Gain

Scale with Colorful Socks

There’s an ugly rumor that Americans gain 8-10 pounds during the time between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day.  Thank goodness this is not true.  In fact, research shows that during the holidays, Americans gain just 1-2 pounds on average.  While this doesn’t sound like much, evidence shows that we don’t shed the annual poundage.  So,
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