Thanksgiving On the Microbiome Diet

Thanksgiving is right around the corner and if you’re working on healing your gut through the microbiome diet you’re probably wondering (or anxious to show your guests) what dishes will continue to nourish and heal your unique microbiome while tasting as delicious and festive as this beloved meal ought to be.

Microbiome Diet Chef, Carole – responsible for the yummy recipes in The Microbiome Diet book – has cooked up a few more delicious recipes along with a meal plan that is certain to impress your guests and have your friends and family going for seconds. All recipes are in line with the guidelines of Phase 2 of the Microbiome Diet.

Microbiome Thanksgiving Meal Plan

Root Vegetable Soup

A light savory soup made with seasonal root vegetables such as onion, carrots, turnips or rutabaga, Jerusalem artichokes, and parsnips with chopped tarragon and thyme.

Roast Turkey with Your Choice of Gluten Free Bread Stuffing or Wild Rice and Quinoa Stuffing with Apple, Fennel and Chestnuts

Cranberry Orange Relish

A refreshing chunky “cranberry sauce” that can be sweetened with Lakanto.

Oven Roasted Brussel Sprouts

Cider Braised Cabbage and Apples

Sweet Potatoes Mash with Butter and Freshly Grated Nutmeg

Pumpkin “Pie” Pudding Garnished with Pomegranate Seeds and Chopped Brazil Nuts

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