Healthy Holiday Recipe Collection | NutritionFacts.org

Happy Holidays from the NutritionFacts team! We are excited to share this collection of some of our favorite green-light holiday dishes. These comforting and delicious recipes are packed with wholesome, nourishing ingredients that can be found at most grocery stores. Whether you prepare one of these as a side dish, or the entire menu for a family feast, we hope these recipes add joy to your holiday gatherings.

 

Holiday Starter Recipes

 

Hearty Veggie Soup

This soup is packed with Daily Dozen ingredients, feel free to add some greens and beans for even more Daily Dozen servings!

Check out the recipe here.

Hearty Veggie Soup

 

Stuffed Sweet Potatoes with Balsamic Date Glaze

I love sweet potatoes, one of the healthiest foods on the planet. The purple ones are the best, and you can usually find them at Asian markets and specialty natural groceries. They’re so good I send them out in the mail as holiday gifts. After all, what is more comforting on a wintry day than a nice, warm, steamy sweet potato? Here’s a recipe for a stocking stuffer you can stuff.

Check out the recipe here.

 

Holiday Main Recipes

Cottage Pie with Sweet Potato Mash

One of my favorite comfort foods. This warm, savory dish is just as flavorful with mashed cauliflower instead of the sweet potato topping, so mix it up if the mood strikes.

Check out the recipe here.

Cottage Pie with Sweet Potato Mash

 

Roasted Kabocha with Kale-Cranberry Stuffing

Roasted Kabocha with Kale-Cranberry Stuffing

Rather than starchy, boring bread cubes, the stuffing for this dish is made with my Basic BROL, combined with onion, celery, kale, and cranberries. To mix it up, try swapping in any combination of cooked whole grains with beans in place of the Basic BROL.

Check out the recipe here.

 

Holiday Dessert Recipes

Cinnamon Baked Apples

Enjoy these Cinnamon Baked Apples on their own, pair them with nice cream, or top with cashew cream for dessert. Serve these Baked Apples over cooked oatmeal for a tasty breakfast.

Check out the recipe here.

Cinnamon Baked Apples

 

Caramel Cocoa Bites 

 

Caramel Cocoa Bites

These 5 ingredient treats are quick and easy to whip up. They will satisfy your sweet tooth while checking off some Daily Dozen boxes. Double the batch and make enough for the whole week!

Check out the recipe here.

 

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For more recipes, check out our recipe page, The How Not to Die Cookbook and The How Not to Diet Cookbook for even more green-light meal ideas.

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