Curl up by the fire and get cozy with this comforting soup. It’s full of rich, healthy vegetables that are sure to keep you warm and healthy this holiday season! Get the recipe!
No-Yolk Deviled Eggs
The unhealthy parts of deviled eggs are the yolks and the devilish amounts of fat. These deviled eggs are yolkless. The traditional seasoned mashed yolks have been replaced with seasoned mashed sweet potatoes mixed with mustard. They look just like the real thing! Get the recipe!
Potato pancakes, or latkes, are traditionally eaten at Hanukkah but are great for any holiday dinner. The challenge is making them crispy, not soggy and oily. Rachael Ray's recipe not only guarantees a satisfying crunch, but thanks to the parsnips, a healthier meal. Parsnips are an excellent source of vitamin C and have 50% fewer calories than potatoes. Get the recipe!
If you’re looking for a way to jazz up plain old chicken, try this Asian-inspired recipe. The exotic ingredients in the dish have immunity-boosting properties that have been used for centuries in Asia, where food and medicine go hand in hand. Get the recipe!
New Year’s Soup
Get the year started right with this delicious soup. It’s loaded with fiber to keep you feeling fuller for longer, and the chili powder has a component called capsaicin that revs up your metabolism. It’s the perfect way to get a jump start on getting healthy in the new year! Get the recipe!
These cookies have the distinct honor of being the winner of Dr. Oz’s Viewer Holiday Cookie Swap! Using flaxseed instead of eggs and applesauce instead of butter, this recipe is the perfect guilt-free offering for any holiday celebration! Get the recipe!
The secret ingredient to this holiday treat is chickpeas, which fills these cookies with fiber. Add some holiday cheer by sprinkling on some cinnamon – you’ll pump up your metabolism along with the festivity. Get the recipe!
This gorgeous dessert is naturally low in calories, as long as you don’t add a ton of sugar and don’t serve it with whipped cream. It just doesn’t need it. With the heat of the oven, as they steam under the topping, the peaches and blueberries meld into a magical, flavorful filling that needs little help from sugar or fat. The spices are really all the fruit requires. Get the recipe!
During the holiday season, it can be hard to keep your waistline in check without feeling like you’re missing out. But this year, Christmas comes early with these two cocktails. At only 150 calories each, you can enjoy without overindulging. Cheers! Get the recipe!