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If you have guests with special dietary needs coming over this holiday (the vegan nephew, the aunt with the nut allergy, the gluten-free neighbors, the sibling on the paleo diet), there’s no need to fret.
Quinoa is a high-protein, gluten-free grain that’s easy to cook and reheat, making it even more holiday-friendly.
A lightened up classic with only 22 grams of carbs per serving (not bad for a potato dish).
Cozy, hearty and vegetarian, this stew will be a hit with everyone at the table.
Vegan desserts, which can’t rely on the usual eggs, butter and milk, are often tricky. But not anymore.
This festive main course has fewer than 400 calories per serving.
Roasting the spuds ahead keeps the potatoes moist without having to depend on butter or cream.
Roasted sprouts have a nutty flavor, but those with nut allergies will have nothing to fear.
A fabulous dessert with no eggs in sight.
No grains, no problem. This take on tabouli makes a delish side for roasted turkey.
Whole-grain bread adds fiber and a nutty flavor to this Thanksgiving must-have.
Dana Angelo White, MS, RD, ATC, is a registered dietitian, certified athletic trainer and owner of Dana White Nutrition, Inc., which specializes in culinary and sports nutrition. See Dana’s full bio »
This spring holiday is filled with more than just matzo. From traditional dishes to symbolic foods, the Passover feast is filled with a wide variety of good-for-you nutrients.