This holiday season, don’t just eat: eat right! With these healthy holiday recipes, you can make sure you and your family get on track to better eating in the New Year.
1. Crock-Pot Roast
Thanks to Hungry Girl’s Healthy Winter Holiday Recipes, you can try this Crock-Pot creation in your own home. This recipe makes 12 servings, so you can prepare it for the whole family! Here’s a link to the recipe in its entirety, or read the instructions below:
2. Gluten-Free Cranberry Sauce
David Bonom on Myrecipes.com brings us his old fashioned cranberry sauce (which happens to be gluten-free). If you’ve gotten into the latest health craze, or if you’d just like some awesome cranberry sauce, then you should look at this recipe!
3. Cream Cheese Turtle Cups
Don’t forget about dessert! These cream cheese confections are a sweet ending to any holiday meal. As an added treat, you can have your children help you out with them!
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