Thanksgiving is no time to diet, but that doesn't mean you should go crazy on the fat and calories. While you should definitely go ahead and enjoy your side dishes, you can lighten things up by choosing dishes that are heavy on the veggies and light on the cream, cheese and such. Of course, in moderation, anything is just find on Thanksgiving. Enjoy!
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You've never tasted carrots this good before!
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Asparagus adds a gourmet touch to your Thanksgiving table.
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Skip the mashed potatoes and gravy and serve this instead. It's not exactly diet food, but better than fat and calorie loaded gravy.
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Check out the festive colors of this delicious side dish.
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You aren't going to want to eat a pound of these, but a few are perfectly fine.
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This hearty side dish is low in calories and won't require you to sacrifice flavor.
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This is super easy to throw together and your guests will love it.
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Can't give up the potatoes? This healthy side lets you enjoy them without guilt.
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Give your potatoes some extra nutrition with a handful or two of fresh spinach. Yum!
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Roasted veggies save you tons of fat and calories because you don't need too much cooking oil.
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The sauce on this adds so much delicious flavor!
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Rosemary brings out the natural sweetness of fresh carrots.
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Never thought to serve stuffed onions? You are going to change your mind fast once you try these.
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Creamed veggies aren't generally your best bet, but compared to other Thanksgiving side dishes, this one is pretty nutrient rich.
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Green beans are a Thanksgiving table staple and you'll love this version.
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The color and earthy flavor of these veggies make them the perfect side dish.
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These fresh green beans are packed with flavor, but low in fat and calories.
Pump up your mashed potatoes with fresh herbs, which add flavor and nutrition.
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All the best things about fall come together in this salad.
It's still stuffing, but the cranberries and apples add lots of vitamins and minerals and cut the calorie count.
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I'm dying to try this, aren't you?
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You'll never want to have Thanksgiving without this side dish ever again.
Source: Parmesan Garlic Roasted Mushrooms
These meaty mushrooms are low in calories, but big in flavor.
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It's not really Thanksgiving without sweet potato casserole.
This is something new that you'll never regret serving.
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Not having potatoes this year? This is the perfect alternative!
Which one will be on your Thanksgiving table this year?