Michaela Marx Wheatley | Updated: Wed, Nov 18, 2015
Ahh, Thanksgiving recipes: it’s the ‘who is who’ of delicious but fat- and calorie-laden dishes, but you don't have to put your health on hold for the holidays.
“Thanksgiving makes me think of spending quality time around the dinner table catching up with friends and family and eating lots of yummy food,” said Alyson Fendrick, a registered dietitian for Homeland stores. “The thought of juicy roast turkey and mashed potatoes smothered in gravy and warm spiced apple pie with a heaping scoop of ice cream slowly melting into a delicious pool of vanilla goodness is making my mouth water. But the wonderful thought of thanksgiving dinner comes with the not so wonderful thought of how much