The fruity combination of apricot preserves, Dijon and thyme goes great with turkey or chicken and with Thanksgiving now behind us, this is a great recipe for all those leftovers and it’s also something the whole family will love. Use apricot preserves sweetened with juice instead of sugar to keep it healthy and you’ll find it not only delicious but also super easy to put together for a quick-lunch or on a busy morning when you’ve got little time to spare packing a lunch. Makes two large wraps.
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I don’t have a sweet tooth and rarely eat sweets but if there’s one thing I love to bake and eat at Thanksgiving, it’s pumpkin pie. When I learned of my gluten allergies I made it a mission to turn all of my favorite recipes into gluten-free tasty dishes that I could still enjoy year round and I’m going to share this one from my table to yours. This Pumpkin Pie dish is easy to prepare but even easier to enjoy!
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I served this tasty vegetable one Thanksgiving and my girlfriend, Vicki, just couldn’t get enough of it. She still talks about it and she is going to love that I posted this recipe since non-dairy is right up her alley in healthy eating. Don’t take my word for it though, try it out for yourself. It’s super low carb, goes great with everything from burgers to pot roast to grilled chicken and it’s incredibly easy to make.