Healthy Christmas Recipe Round-Up

Healthy Christmas Recipe Round Up

Christmas Day is just around the corner now and for those of you who are hosting Christmas Lunch or taking a dish to your family members home, you’re probably on the hunt for some delicious recipes that will tantalize your taste buds without making you feel lousy and bloated for the rest of the afternoon (sound familiar?!)

Well, I’ve come together with some amazing women from across the web who really know their food, to provide you with a little collection of healthy Festive recipes.

As you would expect, they boast wholesome, real ingredients which means you don’t have to eat junk to feel like you have been spoil this festive season. Enjoy!

Full credit goes to all owners of the recipes, links provided to applicable websites within.  

Cherry & Blueberry Meringue Smash with Coconut Cream & Nut Praline

By Jessica Cox

If you’re looking for something decadent and indulgent, look no further. Brisbane based Nutritionist Jessica Cox has put together this truly luxurious meringue that is much lower in sugar than your typical pavlova. It combines the beautiful flavours of fresh berries with rich dark chocolate, creamy coconut, crunchy nuts and a hint of ginger.  Find the recipe here

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Pomegranate, Melon & Haloumi Summer Salad

By Foodness for Goodness Sake

This salad is a beautiful combination of fresh summer flavours. It highlights the amazing generosity of real food in a simple but delectable combination. Find the the recipe here.

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Sugar-Free Glazed Christmas Ham

By I Quit Sugar

What’s Christmas without a Christmas Ham? Thanks to the wonderful and talented team at I Quit Sugar, you can have a juicy, traditional glazed ham sitting proud on your family dinner table. Fructose friendly of course! Find the recipe here.

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Spicy Mango Chutney

 By Rachael Allanah

Need something to go with your Christmas Ham? How about your cold chicken or those burgers from the BBQ? This condiment is the perfect mixture of sweet seasonal mangoes, tangy lime juice and spicy cayenne pepper with hints of curry and ginger. Find the recipe here.

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Gluten Free Choc Mint Custard Tart

By LouLou Zoo

You had me at choc mint. This easy and scrumptious gluten free custard tart that will not disappoint! Find the recipe here.

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Gut Healthy Potato Salad

By Slim Birdy

I adore this take on Potato Salad which is simple and full of healthy fats. There are lots of optional extra’s so you can put a personal spin on it. Find the recipe here .

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Healthy Christmas Pudding Bites

By Stacey Clare

The gorgeous little puddings could be the perfect Christmas afternoon delight! Or wrap them up as an adorable home made gift for your loved ones. Find the recipe here.

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Christmas Roast Turkey Roll with Cranberry Macadamia Quinoa Stuffing

By The Holistic Ingredient

How good does a roast turkey roll sound for Christmas? Pretty good! How about if it was stuffed with a cranberry, macadamia and quinoa stuffing? Hell yeah! Find the recipe here.

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Green Minted Salad

 By Rachael Allanah

Crisp, light and crunchy. This green salad is the perfect way to bring a refreshing balance to your Christmas lunch. Find the recipe here.

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Raw Mango-Nana Cheesecake

By Healthy Natural Changes 

Who doesn’t love cheesecake? Especially when it involves mango and is a healthy version of the normal sugar-laden variety. I’m talking fresh wholesome ingredients, no refined sugars, gluten free and dairy free.  Find the recipe here.

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I hope you find some time to cook yourself up some beautiful food this Christmas, you deserve it.

Much love over the Festive Season

Rach xx

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