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Thanksgiving side dishes can't be comprised solely of potatoes and stuffing, especially if you're following a diabetes diet. So to round your plate, and keep your nutrition a priority, we've got plenty of Thanksgiving vegetable side dish recipes that will make your mouth water, and nobody will be the wiser that they are diabetes-friendly. Our Crunchy Lemon Green Beans and Apple-Sauced Acorn Squash are some of the best Thanksgiving side recipes we've tasted, and there's plenty more where those came from!
Acorn Squash is a popular, and healthy, side dish during the fall and winter months. We've pumped up the fall flavor with the addition of apples and cinnamon. So go ahead, and give this a spin. It's one of our favorite easy Thanksgiving recipes!
Veggies like green beans can get boring, unless we add some excitement to them. We sure came up with a winning combo by adding almonds and a splash of lemon juice to our Crunchy Lemon Green Beans.
Brussels Sprouts sure look like mini cabbages, but there's nothing mini about their great taste. Our easy recipe for Lemony Brussels Sprouts will add a splash of sunshine to your veggie plate.
Looking for diabetic Thanksgiving side dishes? These fake-out mashed potatoes will fool all your family and friends. Not only are they cheesy and delicious, but they're good for you, too!