Thanksgiving is pretty much always around the corner! As we gather with our loved ones to celebrate the holiday season, it’s a perfect time to share home-cooked meals with savory sides and delicious desserts. But just because you’re indulging doesn’t mean you can’t be healthy!
Thanksgiving can be a lot of hassle, with so much prepping, cooking and family visiting. That is why we love to deliver recipes that are not complicated to make. Our recipes are also great for vegetarians and are easy to make vegan as well - no one should miss out on Thanksgiving deliciousness.
At Little West, we love sharing healthy recipes everyone will love. Whether you’re hosting a big gathering or attending a small potluck, these Thanksgiving recipes will be a hit. Try our favorite cranberry sauce, cauliflower mash or roasted pumpkin with delicious toppings. And you must always save room for dessert! Our delicious dairy-free pumpkin pie will be worth the wait.
Making these delicious recipes for your Thanksgiving dinner? Be sure to take a photo and share with us on our social media - we love to see it!
Cranberry sauce is a Thanksgiving staple. This cranberry sauce recipe from our cofounder Cassandra Troy is sweet yet tangy, bursting with fresh cranberries and citrus flavor from Little West Orange Juice. It’s also high in vitamin C and antioxidants.
This Cranberry Sauce is easy to make and use with other meals as well - if you happen to have any leftovers. Use in sandwiches or with roast dinners, for example.
This cranberry sauce can be prepared several days before your holiday dinner. Simply store in an airtight container and refrigerate.
If you’re looking for a substitute for mashed potatoes, try this cauliflower mash made with roasted garlic and mascarpone. This recipe is delicious and easy to make. Cauliflower is high in fiber, B vitamins, and vitamin K. It’s also lower in carbohydrates than potatoes, making this recipe a healthier Thanksgiving alternative that’s keto friendly.
Store in the fridge for up to 5 days. You can also freeze it for upto 3 months!
There might be pumpkin in your dessert, but we love to have it on the dinner table too! Pumpkins being in season during thanksgiving makes them the perfect ingredient for both sweet and savory recipes. Did you know that pumpkins are highly nutritious and particularly high in vitamin A?
Store in the fridge for up to 5 days. You can also turn the leftover pumpkin or butternut squash into a soup. We don’t recommend freezing this meal.
Finally, there’s dessert. Let’s face it, there’s no better Thanksgiving dessert than pumpkin pie. At Little West, our favorite version of this classic recipe uses coconut milk for a rich flavor that’s dairy free. We also use maple syrup and coconut sugar instead of refined sugars. If you’re serving guests who can’t have gluten, you can also use a gluten-free pie crust.
Store in the refrigerator for up to 4 days. This pumpkin pie is also suitable to freeze as well. Make sure to wrap well before freezing so the integrity or taste won’t get affected.
Happy Thanksgiving from Little West!
We hope you and your family will love these healthy Thanksgiving recipes as much as we do. On behalf of everyone at Little West, we wish you a happy, healthy holiday. Cheers!
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