Eating healthy around the holidays can be extremely challenging. Everywhere you turn people are inviting you to holiday parties, giving goody plates, or bringing cookie plates to work. It's hard to stay away from it when it all looks so delicious, plus you don't want to offend anyone by not eating their treats.
Then, there's the matter of what YOU'RE going to bring to all of these holiday parties, or what YOU'RE going to give as a treat to the neighbors. Do you contribute to the holiday sugar madness? It can be a little overwhelming (as if the holidays weren't stressful enough). Most people, unfortunately decide to eat whatever they want and deal with the repercussions in January.
There's a better way! Commit to being the person that brings delicious & HEALTHY dishes to the holiday parties. I promise you, most people will be thrilled at the idea of something healthy amongst all of the sugar-y, not-so healthy foods that leave you tired and bloated at the end of the day.
A simple fruit dish or a hummus dip with fresh veggies is simple and refreshing - the most inexperienced cook can master these. For those of you looking for dishes that are just a little more complex, but still full of flavor and have that "Wow!" factor - I've got you covered!
As my holiday gift to you, I've created a "Healthy Holiday Recipes" eBook that you can download here for FREE!
This eBook includes 4 appetizers, 4 main dishes, 4 side dishes and 4 desserts that are made with "clean" ingredients and are allergy-friendly.
Foods like: Jalapeno Poppers
Turkey Rolls with Cranberry Sauce
Green Bean Casserole (with no "Cream of Crap" soup!)
And who wouldn't be happy to test out these Dark Chocolate Turtles?
Download your free eBook of "Healthy Holiday Recipes" and then pat yourself on the back for making this holiday season a healthier one!