Monday, November 22, 2010

Thanksgiving Menu Plan

Kimberly asked what we were fixing for Thanksgiving. I am roasting a boneless turkey breast and make a box of Stove Top for my son. I am making a small pot of mashed potatoes for the boyz, and a small green bean casserole for my son. I am making lower fat turkey gravy. There will be roasted sweet potatoes and I am going to steam fresh green beans and toss them with some slivered almonds, mushrooms and water chestnuts. I might make a version of Waldorf Salad. For dessert, I am baking off a frozen pumpkin pie for the guys and I am going to bake me an apple or make a sugar free apple cinnamon, caramel crumble thing I have an idea for.

It writes up as more than it really will be. :D  I think it will be yummy and for me, anyway, very healthy.


  1. Healthy is good. It sounds pretty danged yummy!

  2. Sounds yummy to me! What time should me and my 15 guests arrive???

  3. Thanks, Kimberly. Should keep me nicely on track, yet still be enjoyable. :D

    Bwahahahaha! Lisa. About... five-ish should do just fine. :P

  4. Sounds yummy! Enjoy your day.

  5. Here is a low sugar apple desert I found online that I might try...

    Have a great holiday!

  6. It sounds great to me. :-) Healthy is always a good choice!


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