Welcome to the 2015 Thanksgiving Recipe Swap. My name is Allison from Kalecuties.com and I partnered with 11 other amazing food bloggers to ensure you have one of the healthiest Thanksgiving meals ever.
Scroll below to find 12 of the Healthiest Thanksgiving Recipes from some of the top food bloggers. From appetizers to desserts we have revamped your favorite recipes to make them clean, healthy and with real ingredients. You'll also find new family favorites to add to your Thanksgiving traditions.
Check out the recipe details by clicking on the "Click here for recipe." Also, this recipe swap is progressive style so Wednesday get all the details on appetizers, come back Thursday for the main course and top it off on Friday with dessert.
Wishing you a safe and great tasting Thanksgiving!
This perfect warm goat cheese artichoke dip is a great start for your Thanksgiving feast. So cheesy you won't notice that it
doesn't contain regular milk.
These brussels sprouts are filled with a cranberry and pecan spread, and then roasted to a crisp coating. Perfect for a tasty and
Sweetened with honey and lightly spiced, there’s no need to feel guilty digging into this sweet, dairy-free dip with your favorite apples, grapes, or crackers!
This perfect roast turkey breast recipe is so simple and makes delectably moist white meat- even my pastor who doesn’t like turkey breast loved it!
Ditch the canned stuff for this homemade cranberry sauce made in the slow cooker. With only three ingredients, it couldn't be more delicious or easy to make.
All the sage herbed flavors of Thanksgiving in a real food stuffing for your big meal!
A great additional to any holiday meal, these brussel sprouts have a fantastic flavor to help round out your dinner. As a bonus, they are naturally gluten and dairy free as well!
Sweet + tart with a buttery + flaky crust, these bars are a lovely addition to any holiday dessert table.
A decadent grain-free pumpkin roll amped up with extra protein. It will leave you feeling full without the blood-sugar spike and drop you’d get from the traditional pumpkin roll.