17 Healthy Thanksgiving Sides

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Wow everyone at Thanksgiving dinner by bringing a healthy, flavorful side dish or dessert to share with friends or family. These nutrient-rich salads, side dishes, and desserts are twists on the rich, heavy choices traditionally offered. High-impact flavors like fresh herbs, prosciutto, ginger and seasonal fruit eliminate the need for gobs of butter, cream, and salt. With these healthy recipes you can eat well and enjoy all of the wonderful flavors of Thanksgiving.

17 Healthy Thanksgiving Sides
From EatingWell Magazine and EatingWell.com.

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