Wednesday, November 16, 2011

About Low Fat Cooking: 10 Thanksgiving Desserts

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From Fiona Haynes, your Guide to Low Fat Cooking
It's not the turkey or the ham that will lead you off the dietary straight and narrow, it's the fat- and calorie-laden side dishes and desserts. Last week we took a look at lower fat side dishes. This week, we kick off with 10 lighter Thanksgiving desserts.

10 Thanksgiving Desserts
Enjoy lighter versions of some Thanksgiving classics, from pumpkin pie to pecan tarts. And if pie is not your thing, I have a few different dessert options for you to try.

Thanksgiving Away From Home
What can you do to manage your holiday eating when you're celebrating away from home? On the one hand you want to enjoy your holiday, but on the other hand, you don't want to overeat. I have some tips to help you keep things in check when you're a guest at soemone else's table.

Pumpkin Bread Pudding
Eat this light yet indulgent pumpkin bread pudding for brunch or for dessert, and feel free to switch out raisins for more seasonal dried cranberries. Either way, it's a truly delicious comfort food.

Talking Turkey
If you're nervous about cooking a turkey, don't be. Here are some simple tips for storing, handling and cooking your bird so your Thanksgiving Day goes off without a hitch.


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