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A T2D Thanksgiving Feast
WRITTEN BY: Brooke Wheeler
Editor’s note: This article is part of our library of resources for Celebrations & Holidays. Check out our food and drinking tips as well as an array of holiday carb charts here.
For those of you that may find yourselves in the same boat of navigating a Thanksgiving meal with diabetes, I wanted to share some recipes for a complete Thanksgiving meal. All are some healthier/lower-carb alternatives to many traditional Thanksgiving dishes.
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Hopefully, one, a handful, or all of these recipes will help you navigate Thanksgiving this year! Be sure to also check out these Thanksgiving tips for extra help.
WRITTEN BY Brooke Wheeler, POSTED 11/18/22, UPDATED 01/18/23Brooke lives in the heart of the Midwest where, along with her husband, they raise their three children (two boys and a girl). Her 10-year-old son was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes when he was just 21 months old. His diagnosis, and the desire to make an imprint on the diabetic community, ultimately led to the creation of her recipe blog, Finger Prickin' Good (fingerprickingood.com), where she shares kid-approved and diabetic-friendly recipes.
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