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Thanksgiving Main Dishes

Huge collection of diabetic Thanksgiving recipes for people living with diabetes or looking for low-carb holiday recipes, sugar-free desserts, and cooking guide for Thanksgiving. This is the ultimate resource for planning a healthy, happy diabetic-friendly Thanksgiving. From turkey selection and meal planning, to prep work and tips to make life easier on Thanksgiving day.




Thanksgiving Main Dishes

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Herb-Rubbed Beef Roast with Roasted Cauliflower

In this flavorful dish, Top loin roast, which is considered a lean cut, gets a rub-down using a simple mixture of garlic and thyme. Serve with roasted cauliflower for a potato-free version of a meat and potatoes meal. This is a nice choice for a holiday dinner with family and friends.

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Mustard-Crusted Pork Roast

Simply elegant: Pork roast wearing a mustard-and-crunchy crumb coating. Serve with steamed broccoli spears and a green salad. Recipe for Mustard-Crusted Pork Roast from our Main Dishes recipe section.

Pork Roast with Sweet Potatoes, Pears and Rosemary

For a delicious alternative to the pears, substitute for a tart green apple, such as Granny Smith. Instead of rosemary alone, you could combine it with sage and thyme, for a slightly more complex flavor. Green vegetables should be simple and along the lines of sauteed green beans with toasted almonds, or steamed and sauteed Brussels sprouts with hazelnuts. Recipe for Pork Roast with Sweet Potatoes, Pears and Rosemary from our Main Dishes recipe section.

Harvest Pork Roast with Vegetables

Mediterranean flavors and fall harvest vegetables complement this succulent pork roast. This tasty dish is a cinch to prepare and is sure to satisfy any appetite. Younger kids can help by setting the table and older kids can wash and chop your family’s favorite veggies. Recipe for Harvest Pork Roast with Vegetables from our Main Dishes recipe section.

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