I have been getting e-mails about how to ‘cut the calories’ at Thanksgiving. Look, I’m all about healthier food. But on Thanksgiving? That’s one day of the year I could care less.
No one gets fat from eating 3rds and 4ths on Thanksgiving. If you do it on a regular basis, yea, you’ve got a problem. But on the handful of major holidays I’m all for cutting loose and enjoying every last bite.
Last Week’s Healthier Highlights!
- Warm Peanut-Pumpkin Protein Pudding from Cara’s Cravings
- Sweet Potato Chocolate Chip Muffins from The Frugally Rich Life
- Flourless Pumkin Roll from Easy to Be Gluten-Free
- Oven Dried Cranberries from Diet, Dessert, & Dogs
- Date Sweetened Vinaigrette from She Let Them Eat Cake
A Gluten-Free Holiday!
Alta from Tasty Eats at Home is hosting this week – and we’re giving away more cookbooks: 5 copies of Free for All Cooking by Jules Dowler Shepard and 2 copies of Artisinal Gluten-Free Cooking by Kelli and Peter Bronski. Stop by and leave a comment even if you already own these fab books. They’d make great gifts!
12 Days of Christmas Cookies – Gluten-Free
Check out this great event Maggie from She Let Them Eat Cake has put together – and tell me what you want me to make. I need your suggestions!
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Amy @ Simply Sugar & Gluten Free (No Bake PB & Chocolate Crunch Bars)
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