Thanksgiving Recipes (Most Popular)
The perfect fall dessert. I always have at least one person ask me for the recipe!
This delicious pie makes it's own "crust" while baking. My mother-in-law gave me the recipe.
1/8 of pie = 2 WW points
1/8 of pie = 1/2 vegetable serving
You'll never believe that this creamy, rich dish doesn't have any potatoes! It's also high in protein for a side with 10 grams per serving!
I LOVE chicken & dumplings so when I found this I added my own spin to it and lowered the fat and calories. This is the best chicken and dumplings I've ever had which is amazing since I'm never satisfied with my cooking! You can have a full cup of this hearty comfort food for only 284 calories and 3.8 grams of fat! The sodium could be reduced if homemade biscuits are used instead of the canned biscuits, but if sodium isn't a problem this is a very fast and easy way to make chicken & dumplings!
These moist pancakes are lightly spiced for the palate of my young child. If you like a bit more pizzazz, you can increase the spices or add others. Cinnamon and pumpkin pie spice both work nicely here.
Toss the canned cranberry jelly and use this homemade version instead. It's ready in no time, and it's full of healthy fruit!
Delicious first course for winter holiday meals.
Try this dip on a toasted whole-wheat bagel at breakfast or with apple slices or whole-grain crackers for a snack. It's even good with carrots.
A treat for when you're craving the taste of pumpkin pie.
A lighter version of the classic holiday recipe.
A wonderful way to use up the vegetables in your crisper.
A gingerbread recipe with a healthy twist--the addition of the pumpkin helps to make this treat much more nutritious.
Breakfast on the go - just like Mom's pumpkin pie!
I make this annually for Thanksgiving, and no one can believe it's not the original recipe for pumpkin pie.
A healthy version of a classic fall favorite.
Buck tradition this Thanksgiving and forgo standard pumpkin pie. Instead, whip up a smooth, spicy and low-calorie flan.
Try this over whole wheat toast with nut butter or to thicken fall soups. You won't believe we didn't add any sugar!
Kid prepared and approved! I am always looking for a salad that my kids can make and then devour. This is a winner for kids and moms.
This recipe creates its own thin crust and can easily be made vegan.
This recipe is a lighter twist on a fall favorite.
A re-working of the traditional Thanksgiving side dish. Extra Mushrooms and garlic hide the fact that you are using low-fat dairy products.
This pie crust has a crunchy addition: pepitas, or shelled pumpkin seeds. They add a nice nutty flavor.
This creme brulee recipe is full of flavor, not fat. The cranberry-orange combo is perfect balance of tart and sweet.
Whole wheat bread gives this side staying power. The fruits and vegetables bulk up the dish, so a little goes a long way. A bit of turkey bacon adds another layer of flavor without adding many calories.
A tasty alternative to pumpkin pie.
In the fall nothing beats the smell of bread baking in the oven!
This salad is full of distinct, strong flavors. It's a great way to get new greens onto your plate.