Enjoy a Stress-Free Holiday With Our Thanksgiving Guide
Things can start to get pretty crazy during the winter holiday season. With so many dishes to prepare, Zoom meetings to schedule, and turkeys to gobble, it’s no surprise that you may be getting stressed!
That’s why we made this Thanksgiving Guide. It can help you simplify your planning so you can focus on enjoying the festivities and spending quality time with your loved ones. From cocktail and dessert recipes to tips on staying healthy and giving back to your community, we’ve got you covered.
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Yes, it is possible for a Thanksgiving meal to be healthy! This year, try out these recipes that are as delicious as they are nutritious.
Turn Turkey day into tofurkey day with these plant-based recipes that are more veggie-forward than traditional Thanksgiving recipes, but are still packed with the classic flavors everyone loves.
Be thankful for all the fruits and veggies in your life by making some of these healthy and delicious vegan Thanksgiving side dishes.
From cocktails to sandwiches to desserts, cranberries do it all in these seven tasty Thanksgiving dishes.
Even though plain mashed potatoes and gravy is a classic Thanksgiving staple, spice things up this year with these tasty and creative variations.
If you’re taking on the responsibility of cooking the main meaty course, check out these tips on how to brine the perfect Thanksgiving turkey.
If you have people you want to impress at your Thanksgiving dinner, have a few of these cocktail recipes handy to show them that you’re really living that chic and classy lifestyle.
Start the day on a healthy note with these tasty and festive breakfasts. As tempted as you might be, don’t skip breakfast to “save” your calories for Thanksgiving dinner; treat it as any other normal day.
Thanksgiving is all about good food and good company. We’ve got you covered on the former with this guide on where to buy the best Thanksgiving dinner. This is perfect for anyone who doesn’t feel the most comfortable in the kitchen.
Instead of gorging yourself with food over the holidays, try eating mindfully with these 10 tips to enjoy a healthier Thanksgiving dinner that’s still plenty satisfying.
We know how hard it is to resist those sugary sweets that you’ve been eyeing all day, so reduce your sugar intake this Thanksgiving by following these tips from the creator of Sugar Free 3!
In case the pandemic has made you forget how to relax and enjoy yourself, here’s how you can stay festive and enjoy your holidays even if you’re staying home for Thanksgiving.
If you’re hosting a little holiday shindig this year, here are some expert tips on how to set up the perfect Thanksgiving buffet for your guests.
Are you the kind of person who treats Thanksgiving Day like a marathon? Here’s an hour-by-hour breakdown of what your day should look like to get the most out of the holiday!
Before you dig into the spread of Thanksgiving food, check out our guide to see how much exercise it typically takes to burn off those holiday dishes. Keep in mind, it’s not as simple as “calories in, calories out,” but overindulging does generally lead to weight gain.
This is a breakdown of what’s happening in your body after your big meal and how to avoid the dreaded “food coma.”
If you’re planning to give back to your community this year, here’s a guide on what to donate to a Thanksgiving food drive, and how to find a place to donate in your area.
You can’t call yourself a food lover if you’re always tossing out what you don’t eat. Here are six tips on how to do your part and reduce food waste.
Self-care might be on the back-burner in your life — especially in the midst of holidays and a pandemic — so here are eight ways to sneak in some quality “me time” this holiday season.
If you’ve already worn out that poor little stress ball and don’t have a backup plan, try a couple of these yoga poses that’ll loosen you up and help you enjoy your holidays with less stress.
Because you might be eating leftovers for days after Thanksgiving, here are 10 ways to repurpose them into tastier meals.
Still have food lying around? Make sure that your leftovers won’t go bad in the fridge by following this guide on how to freeze and keep your leftovers fresh.