Whether you’re gearing up for holiday parties and entertaining and need goodie ideas and appys, or you want simple, healthy meal ideas, you’re sure to find something to suit your fancy. Here are a few highlights from some wonderful whole food blogs that I swear will have you salivating and give you a few holiday recipe ideas. I hope you’ll pay them a visit, since these highlights, as you may expect, are only the tip of the iceberg. Drooling is allowed.
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By far one of my favorite dips. To be honest I try and stay away from it because of it’s “intense” calorie load. But now I don’t have to. Thanks to Tessa. One of the quintessential holiday appys made healthier. Thanks Tessa!
Who said the holidays have to be a time when we all put on 5 pounds? Look at this beautiful salad loaded with nutritious ingredients. Why not have a salad for dinner or lunch to lighten up the load of all those rich holidays feasts? Don’t you just feel healthier just looking at it? What’s your favorite holiday salad?
I just love this! We often have quinoa cooked and ready to go in the fridge for fast breakfasts and dinners. I just can’t wait to try this out as soon as I get some sweet potatoes! Doesn’t this just look like the perfect comfort food, perfect for a dark, cold and stormy night?
It wouldn’t be right if I didn’t share some holiday treats. After all it is the season of indulgence. But why not treat yourself to something healthy and sweet. These grain free, dairy free, raw and vegan figgy bites are perfect for the holidays, no matter who’s on your guest list! I’m sure this would work with dates too.
I can’t resist salted sweets. They are the perfect combination. Then she went and added popped quinoa and pistachios…swoon. Since the holidays couldn’t be complete without a little chocolate, I think a little “bark” is in order!
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