5 Ingredient or Less Thanksgiving Side Dishes | Nutrition Nuptials | Mandy Enright MS RDN RYT

5 Ingredient or Less Thanksgiving Side Dishes

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Thanksgiving week is here, and the countdown in on to prep for the biggest eating holiday of the year. This meal has a lot of moving parts, so complicated dishes aren’t always the best to prepare if you have a lot going on between cooking and hosting. To help simplify your Thanksgiving, I’ve assembled this round-up of 5 Ingredient or Less Thanksgiving Side Dishes.
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25 No Oven Thanksgiving Recipes | Nutrition Nuptials | Mandy Enright MS RDN RYT

25+ No Bake, No Oven Thanksgiving Recipes

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I seriously have no idea how it’s already Thanksgiving. I feel like I just taught my last SUP Yoga class of the season yesterday, and in just a few days we’ll be saying grace, giving thanks, and gobbling up turkey. Speaking of which, that turkey can totally monopolize your oven on Thanksgiving Day when you’re trying to get so many other parts of the meal done too. That’s why I reached out to my dietitian friends to get their best no oven Thanksgiving recipes.

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Easy 5 Ingredient Apple Crisp | Nutrition Nuptials | Mandy Enright MS RDN RYT

Easy 5 Ingredient Apple Crisp

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This Easy 5 Ingredient Apple Crisp is a perfect alternative to all the pies that may be coming to your Thanksgiving dinner and holiday celebrations. If you’re an apple-picking fan, it’s a great way to use those apples.

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Butternut Squash and Cauliflower Mash | Nutrition Nuptials | Mandy Enright MS RDN RYT

Butternut Squash and Cauliflower Mash

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Thanksgiving is coming next week – eek! Let the menu writing and food prepping begin! If you’re trying to bring more plants to your Thanksgiving table, then you’ll definitely want to add this Butternut Squash and Cauliflower Mash to your Thanksgiving table. Not only will it add a serious pop of color, but you’ll get some added nutrition benefits as well. The orange color also helped Taco overcome his traumatic Mashed Cauliflower Incident.

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Thanksgiving Tips | Nutrition Nuptials | Mandy Enright MS RDN RYT

10 Thanksgiving Day Survival Tips

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Thanksgiving, aka America’s Eating Holiday, is coming tomorrow. It has been documented that the average American consumes 4500 calories during the Thanksgiving meal alone. Today I’m sharing the top Thanksgiving tips you and your significant other can follow together to avoid that dreaded holiday weight gain. Continue reading “10 Thanksgiving Day Survival Tips”

Thanksgiving Diabetes | US News | Nutrition Nuptials | Mandy Enright MS RDN RYT

Your Thanksgiving Diabetes Game Plan

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Thanksgiving is only one week away. And if you, your significant other, or family members are managing diabetes, then check out today’s post all about creating a Thanksgiving diabetes plan, plus tips I share with US News & World Report. Continue reading “Your Thanksgiving Diabetes Game Plan”

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Where to Spend the Holidays

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Holidays can be a challenge as relationships become more serious.  You would like to be together with your significant other, but also have family obligations.  Maybe you’ve never met your significant other’s family, and this could be the first opportunity to meet them.  Or now you’re married and need to determine who will get your attention for each holiday.  How do couples decide where to spend the holidays? Continue reading “Where to Spend the Holidays”

Thanksgiving

Guest Post: Introducing Healthy Foods at Thanksgiving

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Ok, it’s crunch time.  Thanksgiving is officially one week away.  Now that you’ve been mindful of your guests and have planned the perfect menu, it’s time to get cooking.  Perhaps you’re planning to trial a new healthy item with the hopes it will be a hit with the crowd.  Or you’re the health nut going to someone else’s home with the hopes of opening the guests’ eyes to the wonders of kale/cauliflower/brussels sprouts/farro  or any other superfood trend.  How do you handle the initial resistance?  Fellow Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Katie Goldberg gives her advice for introducing new foods at the holidays on today’s Guest Blog post. Continue reading “Guest Post: Introducing Healthy Foods at Thanksgiving”