It's that time of year again to start thinking about what you're going to serve on Thanksgiving to "wow" your friends and family. As the holiday season approaches, you might be starting to worry about the extra pounds that many of us acquire attending holiday parties and indulging in the delicious baked goods circling the office. Although we can't always control what is in our environment at all times, you can try to make healthier dishes this year whether you're hosting or just bringing one or two items to a holiday gathering. These Miraval recipes are featured in our Mindful Eating cookbook (which makes a great gift for any wellness-minded chef!) Incorporate one or all of these recipes into your Thanksgiving meal this year! 


Pumpkin Cornmeal Bread --> Get Recipe

Butternut Squash Soup --> Get Recipe


Roasted Garlic and Basil Mashed Potatoes --> Get Recipe


Mashed Sweet Potatoes --> Get Recipe

Asparagus, Red Bell Pepper and Mushroom Risotto --> Get Recipe


Prickly Pear Marinated Duck with Cranberry-Orange Chutney --> Get Recipe


Cranberry, Pecan and White Chocolate Bread Pudding --> Get Recipe

Pecan Pie Empanadas --> Get Recipe

Buy your copy of the Mindful Eating cookbook in our online store -->

6 responses to “Mindful Thanksgiving Menu”

  1. Elaine Perry Says:
    I loved the pumpkin Bread, and the Cranberry,Pecan White Chocolate Bread Pudding, I will make these items to serve during breakfast and mid day.
  2. Mary Says:
    Wow, looks amazing! I love the pumpkin bread - will definitely incorporate these recipes into my Thanksgiving menu. Thanks so much for the information!
  3. Kymm Ivey Says:
    I love the cookbook and am going to put it to good
    Use this holiday season!!!! No extra weight for
    Me this year!!!!
  4. Miraval Says:
    Awesome! We're so glad that you love our Thanksgiving recipe ideas. Hope they turn out great! Take pics and share them on our Facebook wall!
  5. Sue Says:
    Looks AMAZING!!! Can't wait to try some of these recipes...although surprised to see duck on the menu...don't see how eating animals is mindful :(
  6. Pat Says:
    I prepared the healthy sweet potato recipe for Thanksgiving....everyone loved it!!
    Can't wait to try the bread pudding.

    Thank you for your generosity in sharing these wonderful, healthy recipes.

    A faithful fan,

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