Healthy Thanksgiving Side Dish Recipes

By , SparkPeople Blogger
Looking for some healthy Thanksgiving side dish recipes? We've rounded up a variety of healthy and delicious recipes that will be a welcome addition to your holiday meal.

Cauliflower Faux Mashed Potatoes

Mary's Thanksgiving Carrots

Green Bean Casserole

Light Zucchini Casserole

Sweet Potato and Apple Stuffing

Savory Stuffed Pumpkins

Autumn Harvest Bake

Fresh Cranberry Sauce, No Added Sugar

Sweet Cider Roasted Sweet Potatoes

Roasted Corn with Sweet Red Peppers

Vegetable Herb Stuffing

Fluffy Sweet Potatoes

For more Thanksgiving Side Dish Recipes, click here. And don't forget to check out Chef Meg's Thanksgiving Recipes too!

Which of these recipes will you be trying? What is your favorite Thanksgiving side dish recipe?

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I wanna try the baked yams,green bean casserole,and harvest casserole. I wasn't going to cook a big feast this year, just a couple of sides to go with a smoked turkey breast. But after looking at all the delis recipes I may change my mind. Report
We go out to eat on Thanksgiving so I'm not cooking. Report
I always love these recipe compilations so I can save the article in my favorites and have easy access to all of them! Report
They all sounded terrific, but I'll probably try the Fresh Cranberry Sauce, No Added Sugar, Sweet Potato and Apple Stuffing and Fluffy Sweet Potatoes.
I want to try the carrots and both sweet potato recipes! Report
I have always had trouble saying no to Green Bean Casserole. I am excited to try the Autumn Harvest Bake. I love roasted vegetables and am sure this recipe will be delicious. Report
The Califlower Faux Mashed Potatoes sounds yummy. Can't wait to try! Report
Even though I'm not cooking a Thanksgiving dinner this year, I've added several of these recipes to my cookbooks. DH likes sweet potatoes (I don't) so I'll try these for his birthday dinner. Report
I love to make green beans using canned beans (drained) saute' in a little olive oil, (add a touch of garlic or onion if desired) and then sprinkle on low fat grated parmesan cheese, serve. cuts out the calories from the soup mix and the french fried onions the original recipe calls for. Report
For sure the Fluffy Sweet Potatoes and probably the Green Bean Casserole too! Report
I'm looking forward to trying the Autumn Harvest Bake!! Report
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