Make sure you try these guilt-free Christmas recipes
for healthy holiday eating:
By making simple food swaps, you can cut fat, sugar, salt, and calories this holiday season! These little changes will keep you fit and healthy. Even if you’re on a diet, you don't have to give up your favorite Christmas treats. Simply replace sugar with stevia, use spices instead of salt, and opt for fat-free dairy when cooking. It's that easy!
Roast Pork with Cranberry Sauce
This delicious pork recipe is quite low in calories and boasts an amazing flavor. Its key ingredients are cranberry juice, jellied cranberry sauce, pork roast, cloves, mustard, cornstarch, salt, and water. Use a fork for mashing cranberry sauce, stir in cranberry juice, cloves, and mustard, and then pour the mixture over pork. Cook for up to eight hours until the meat is tender.
Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Bread
Surprise your guests with this healthy yet delicious bread recipe! All you need is pumpkin puree, eggs, flour, vegetable oil, stevia, water, baking soda, chocolate chips, cinnamon, and nutmeg. For a crunchy texture, add walnuts or almonds. Mix all ingredients and bake for one hour.
Roasted Brussels Sprouts
Roasted Brussels sprouts make a great side dish for pork. This meal is healthy and easy to prepare, so you should give it a try! The main ingredients are Brussels sprouts, ground black pepper, salt, and olive oil. In a bowl, mix the Brussels sprouts with the rest of ingredients, pour them on a sheet pan, and roast for up to 40 minutes. Add salt and serve warm.
Mini Apple Tarts Pie This delicious recipe will tantalize your senses and leave you craving for more. You only need a few ingredients such as apples, phyllo dough tart shells, lemon juice, stevia or brown sugar, caramel ice cream topping, and butter. The key is to make bite-size tarts instead of a whole pie. These treats are perfect for perfect for large crowds.
This information is for educational purposes only. It is not intended to be an exhaustive examination of the subject matter nor a substitute for medical advice. Always consult your primary care physician or healthcare provider before beginning any diet or exercise program.