Thanksgiving Recipes for Every Diet
By Kalyn Denny on November 18, 2006
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Photo of Reduced Sugar Layered Pumpkin Cheesecake by Kalyn.
I already gave you a collection of sources for Thanksgiving advice on the web, but I'm finding so many great Thanksgiving recipes to suit various diets, that I couldn't resist sharing a few more. Whatever your personal dietary concerns, you can find someone sharing recipes for Thanksgiving *your* way.
You won't find a better collection of traditional Thanksgiving recipes than the one at Simply Recipes.
There's a great assortment of unusual vegetable recipes at A Veggie Venture, many of which are weight-watchers friendly or low carb recipes.
At Fat Free Vegan Kitchen, Susan has a delicious-looking Tofu Stuffed with Brown rice and Mushroom Dressing for a Thanksgiving option, followed by lots of suggestions for other vegan Thanksgiving dishes.
If you're into experimenting with something unusual, Soul Fusion Kitchen talks about how to make Turducken, plus lots of other more traditional recipes. (Turducken is a chicken, inside a duck, which is inside a turkey.)
Erin's Kitchen has an assortment of recipes for Thanksgiving Stuffing (or dressing if you're not putting it inside the turkey.)
In a light-hearted vein, Accidental Hedonist shares stuffing made with White Castle Hamburgers.
Stefoodie.net is sharing recipes for an allergy-free Thanksgiving.
At Je Mange la Ville, Michelle has some great ideas for Thanksgiving dishes.
Julie from A Mingling of Tastes starts off her Countdown to Turkey Day with an appetizer of Baked Oysters.
There will be Fresh Cranberry Salsa on the menu at Rah Cha Chow.
Green Parenting finds a lot of Thanksgiving options with tofu.
Gluten-Free Girl has ideas for a Gluten-Free Thanksgiving.
There's more gluten-free deliciousness at Mona's Gluten Free.
Cucina Testa Rosa shares some great recipes from past years in Thanksgiving Deja Vu.
Raw Food Right Now has recipes for a raw Thanksgiving dinner.
Restaurant Widow shares her tried and true Thanksgiving recipes.
There's a great sounding Garlicky Cranberry Chutney at Midlife Mama, plus links to some other recipes.
Librarian In Black finds vegan and vegetarian Thanksgiving Recipes.
In a different kind of thanks-giving activity, food bloggers galore share recipes that remind them what they're thankful for in the Giving Thanks Monthly Mingle at What's For Lunch Honey.
The Doctor Cooks spotlights a Naturally Delicious Thanksgiving Dinner.
Everything Rachel Ray shows us what Rachel will be cooking, although it will take her sixty minutes to make the holiday feast, not the usual thirty.
Of course contributing editor Kalyn Denny is sharing her own Thanksgiving ideas at Kalyn's Kitchen and putting together a collection of South Beach Diet Friendly Thanksgiving Ideas, including the Reduced Sugar Layered Pumpkin Cheesecake in the photo. (Good thing it's reduced sugar, because Kalyn's been eating it for days, supposedly for blog recipe testing.)