Trim Healthy Mama Thanksgiving Dinner Two Ways | E & S

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Last weekend in Canada, we thoroughly enjoyed our Trim Healthy Mama Thanksgiving Dinner without feeling a wee bit deprived! In fact, even though Crossovers are on-plan and something I would feel no guilt about indulging in on special holidays like this, I felt completely satisfied without crossing fuels. We had an S meal (because, Pumpkin Chiffon Pie!), but it’s easy to enjoy a Trim Healthy Mama Thanksgiving Dinner in an E setting, too.

For my Trim Healthy American friends planning their Thanksgiving Dinner (and for my Canadian friends who can always find another good reason to feast), here are two different Trim Healthy Mama Thanksgiving Dinner menus for you: E & S. Neither menu requires the use of special ingredients (except for the Wonderful White Blender Bread in the E menu from Trim Healthy Table)!

Trim Healthy Mama Thanksgiving Dinner | E

 Wonderful White Blender Bread pg. 242 in Trim Healthy Table | FP

Butternut Squash Soup | THM: E

Kale & Berry Salad from Rohnda Sue | FP

Pork Tenderloin with Mushroom Gravy | FP

Fried Green Beans from MamaShire | FP

Peach Cobbler | E

Peach Melba GGMS | Sipper

Trim Healthy Mama Thanksgiving Dinner | S

Tomato Spice Soup | FP

Curried Cucumber Salad | S

Chicken Cordon Blue | S

Roasted Broccoli & Cauliflower with Parmesan & Bacon | S 

Pumpkin Chiffon Pie | S

Shrinking Southern Sweet Tea ‘shine | Sipper

Fats or carbs, it’s easy to stay on plan through the holidays with your fuel of choice! Tell me, is it S or E for you this Thanksgiving? Or will you enjoy a Crossover? Either way, Trim Healthy Mama makes it easy to feast on healthy food that will do your body good!

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5 thoughts on “Trim Healthy Mama Thanksgiving Dinner Two Ways | E & S”

  1. Ok, so I want to do traditional Turkey and stuffing and i want an E lunch, break for several hours then do coffee and desserts. So we thought we would go S for dessert. Think that will work? I plan on using some of the recipes from above for our E meal. I have heard the suggestion to cook the Turkey upside down most of the time to keep it moist if I don’t want to use an oil to baste with. I would like to do cranberries as well. Got a good Cranberry jelly recipe?

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