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Show us your healthy holiday eats! #HealthyEatsHolidays

You don't have to sacrifice fun and tradition to have a healthy holiday season.

#HealthyEatsHolidays is here to offer helpful suggestions from chefs and dietitians to make your festive dishes a bit healthier than Grandma's original recipe.

Overlook Medical Center’s executive chef Todd Daigneault shows how to cook a turkey with a healthier option for stuffing, including couscous and quinoa.

NJHA's Chef Brianna Moore already shared some easy and healthy side dishes for the Thanksgiving table, but no need to save them just for Turkey Day!

Roasted carrots make a beautiful - and healthy - dish for any holiday meal. For more carrot-based recipes from Lourdes Health System, see their Fresh Off the Press newsletter.

Jefferson Health New Jersey's Lindsay Domino, MS, RDN, a bariatric dietician, shares two easy side dishes to add fiber and flavor to any holiday meal: Warm Farro & Roasted Vegetable Salad and Balsamic Brussels Sprouts with Pomegranate seeds

Need a healthy substitute for that upcoming cookie swap?

Want to spice up another traditional favorite?

Here's a vitamin-packed version of latkes from RWJBarnabas Health!

Try a Zucchini Latke recipe from Jefferson Health's IT staff.

Get the recipe here.

An updated tradition from CentraState: Eggless Nog is an easier and healthier version of the classic holiday beverage.

Just because the holidays wrap up quickly doesn't mean the social calendar cools down. Bring this herb and white bean hummus to your next get-together and be everyone's favorite party guest! Thanks to RWJBarnabas Health for the recipe.

Click here to download or print a booklet of all of the #HealthyEatsHolidays Recipes!

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