Spaghetti Squash and Turkey Meatballs by Stephanie Olzinski, RDNTry this low calorie and high protein meal that's also packed with fiber the next time you're thinking about making spaghetti and meatballs. It'll keep your immune system strong with healthful ingredients. Asian Baked Turkey MeatballsNow that the temperatures are cooling down and the holidays are around the corner, you may find yourself sifting through your recipes in search of your favorite fall appetizer for the next party. If your anything like me, you can never find where you put them…so we’ve got you covered with a healthful and simple appetizer recipe that offers a little sweet and spicy that the crowd is going to love! If making these turkey meatballs for dinner, place them on top of a plate of rice (brown or white), quinoa or cauliflower rice and serve with your favorite steamed green veggies on the side.Turkey, Kale and Carrot SoupOur Thanksgiving table is always packed with the largest turkey we can buy and served alongside an array of tasty sides that are rich and full of flavor. Friends and family gather as we eat as much as our stomachs can hold.
As the next day begins and my body slowly recovers from a ‘food coma’, I think about how I’m going to create another meal from these leftovers?
I always start with a healthy pot of soup, made from homemade turkey bone broth, packed with veggies and served with some crusty bread. I always create a double batch and freeze half of it for those cold winter nights or when I feel like a cold is coming on. Garlic, turmeric and ginger help fight those germs off before they take over my body!Spaghetti and Turkey Kale MeatballsTry our spin on a classic dish of spaghetti with meatballs. A healthier version with a little heat will kick this common dinner into overdrive!Turkey Chili Stuffed Acorn SquashMy favorite part about fall is the food. Specifically the squash. Squash is packed with fiber, vitamins, and minerals and is so incredibly tasty. Using squash in place of other starchier foods like bread, pasta and rice saves you a lot of calories and carbohydrates, which can help prevent unwanted holiday weight gain. This recipes is so tasty and filling it’s hard to believe it is healthy. Served inside of the acorn squash, it is also so visually interesting and will you having feeling the fall season, even if it is still 80 degrees outside.
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