Make-Ahead Hol­i­day Meal

Bring some­thing new to the ta­ble this Thanks­giv­ing with these fresh takes on hol­i­day fa­vorites.

Yoga Journal - - Contents - By Jill Sil­ver­man Hough

Spend less time sweat­ing over a hot stove and more qual­ity time with your loved ones with these prep-ahead recipes, all healthy takes on hol­i­day clas­sics.

THE HOL­I­DAYS ARE PER­FECT for catch­ing up with friends and fam­ily over de­li­cious food, and meal plan­ning and prep can be half the fun. To help you serve up per­fect Thanks­giv­ing dishes—and stay on a healthy-eat­ing path—we asked our sis­ter pub­li­ca­tion Clean Eat­ing to share some sim­ple spins on clas­sic hol­i­day sta­ples. Each side, ap­pe­tizer, and dessert is a cinch to put to­gether and de­liv­ers on fla­vor with­out leav­ing you over­stuffed or sleepy. For the veg­e­tar­i­ans in your life, there’s am­ple pro­tein and healthy fats—in case you were con­sid­er­ing skip­ping the bird (or To­furky) this year. And be­cause we don’t be­lieve that you should spend an en­tire din­ner party in the kitchen if you’re hosting, each recipe in­cludes make-ahead tips to help you get started up to five days ahead of the big day. Do the bulk of the work in ad­vance to min­i­mize stress and max­i­mize the mean­ing­ful time you spend with your loved ones.

PIC­TURED HERE Ap­ple-and-Pe­can Crum­bles

NU­TRI­TIONAL INFO 112 calo­ries per serv­ing (3 en­dive leaves with top­pings), 5 g fat (3 g sat­u­rated), 12 g carbs, 4 g fiber, 7 g pro­tein, 129 mg sodium

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