This classic Albondigas Soup features amazing tender meatballs in a flavorful broth with fresh vegetables for incredible comfort food!
3-Bean Turkey Chili recipe with pinto beans, black beans, and kidney beans. Bold in flavor with a splash of wine and cocoa powder.
Leftover Turkey Breakfast Casserole with sun-dried tomatoes, feta cheese, spinach, and caramelized onion is the ultimate way of enjoying your Thanksgiving leftovers! This simple scrumptious healthy breakfast casserole recipe is sure to please!
Garlic Butter Roast Turkey brings bold, classic flavor to a traditional Thanksgiving feast! This impressive centerpiece is sure to please all who try it, as it results in the most flavorful, tender turkey!
Sausage and Mushroom Breakfast Casserole with caramelized onion, spinach, and feta cheese is a winning healthy brunch recipe! Serve it up with your favorite side dishes for a complete meal and an amazing weekend breakfast or Sunday brunch.
Mediterranean Baked Turkey Meatballs with sun-dried tomatoes, basil, feta, kalamata olives and fresh garlic are wildly flavorful and deceptively easy to make! Serve these baked meatballs with your favorite side dishes for a healthy weeknight meal.
Healthy Zuppa Toscana with turkey Italian sausage, bacon, kale, yukon gold potatoes, and coconut milk instead of cream. This paleo, gluten-free, dairy-free version of the classic Italian soup recipe is quick and easy to make and powerfully flavorful.
Sesame Turkey Avocado Chopped Salad combines delicious fresh vegetables with sliced turkey and an amazing homemade sesame ginger dressing for a crunchy salad that’s loaded with goodies. Whip it up for lunch or dinner on repeat!
How to Dry Brine Turkey + tips for making the BEST Thanksgiving turkey, including how to inject turkey, how long to roast turkey, etc.
A recipe roundup of the internet’s Best Thanksgiving Turkey Recipes. From varying cooking methods to types of ingredients, this post has it all! Let’s dive into the world’s finest turkey this holiday season! Looking for the ultimate BEST Thanksgiving Turkey recipe? You’re in the right spot! Turkey can be oddly stressful for so many of …
Turkey Pumpkin Chili with black beans and fresh tomatoes makes for a comforting, satisfying and nutritious dinner recipe. You can even batch cook it to enjoy throughout the cold autumn and winter months!
Teriyaki Turkey Meatballs make an amazing main entrée or appetizer! This paleo meatball recipe is soy-free, refined sugar-free, and grain-free.
Sausage soup with kale and sun-dried tomatoes made easily in your slow cooker! This creamy soup recipe is paleo, whole30 approved, and keto friendly!
This Tuscan-style sausage soup couldn’t be any easier to prepare. It only requires a handful of basic ingredients. Turkey sausage, garlic, sun-dried tomatoes, chicken bone broth, coconut milk, kale, oregano and parsley. BOOM dynamite!
Coconut milk is what makes this soup nice and creamy. If you don’t like the flavor of coconut milk, no sweat – you truly cannot taste it. If you do dairy, you can always replace the coconut milk with half & half or heavy cream.
How to make turkey bone broth in your Instant Pot, slow cooker, or stove top. Use the bones from your Thanksgiving turkey to make bone broth!
Bone broth is a part of my daily diet, and I absolutely love making it myself. Not only is bone broth delicious, but it is also packed with nutrients that are difficult to get anywhere else. Collagen and gelatin are the building blocks of our connective tissue, skin, nails, and are also essential for the health of our gut lining.
For those who suffer from gut issues, and or have been trying to heal leaky gut, bone broth is your friend!
If you have a leftover turkey carcass from Thanksgiving, or have stock-piled bones from cooking chicken, beef or pork, you can easily make bone broth in your pressure cooker, slow cooker, or on the stove top. Let’s hop to it!
How to Make Turkey Bone Broth in the Instant Pot:
Stuffed delicata squash with ground turkey, zucchini, ginger, and spinach is a beautifully balanced meal, perfect for fall and winter! This healthy dinner recipe is a great fit for those who eat paleo, whole30, Low-FODMAP, or AIP.