With the holiday season upon us, are you busy preparing food for potluck parties? What are you going to bring?
Each year I always see lots of detox recipes such as drinks and smoothies flooding the internet right after the holidays. Wouldn’t we be a lot better off if we just ate healthier in the first place and avoid having to undo the damage afterwards? To make this easier for you, I’m gathering 8 of my favorite holiday recipes that are healthy, easy to prepare, gluten-free, vegan, and low in sugar.
These perfectly seasoned roasted potato cubes have a buttery texture that contrasts well with their slightly crispy skin. The fresh rosemary, garlic, and lemon zest makes this is a fantastic side dish you can easily make in 30 minutes. Get the recipe here.
No. 7 Chinese Seaweed Salad
This low-calorie, crunchy seaweed salad is appetizing, refreshing, and healthy. Get the recipe here.
This cauliflower stir-fry with a few simple ingredients can be ready in less than 10 minutes. It’s a “fast-food”, but in a much healthier way. Get the recipe here.
The light and flaky crust, filled with substantial hearty apples and raspberry makes this pie hard to resist. You can’t go wrong having this for the holidays. Get the recipe here.
These enchiladas are perfect for winter holidays. They are packed with complex flavors, plenty of nutrition and antioxidants from the black beans, tomatoes, and garlic, et al. Get the recipe here.
A healthy plant based protein rich cheesecake no longer has to be plain and boring. This mango cheesecake is made from soft tofu that has the silky smooth texture. Get the recipe here.
This is the dish I’m going to bring to our family Christmas parties. This appetizing, crispy shredded potato has just the right amount of sourness and bold spiciness. It goes very well with any kind of dish, vegetables or meat. If you don’t like mashed potatoes, you definitely want to try this one. Get the recipe here.
These dark chocolate coconut yogurt cake bites are an irresistible dreamy dessert that contains live plant-based probiotics and is low in sugar. They are the perfect bite-size for potluck parties. Get the recipe here.