These Seasonal Holiday Dishes Are Packed with Antioxidants

Holiday festivities often mean pulling out recipes we only eat once a year. But seasonal dishes don’t have to be complicated – or lacking nutrition. In this post we have three seasonal dishes that can help elevate your holiday gathering. These recipes make use of antioxidant-rich ingredients prepared in festive, unique ways, utilizing minimal ingredients and relying on whole foods.

Holiday appetizer spreads and charcuterie boards can often lean heavily on processed foods like salamis and summer sausages. Our caprese wreaths offer a fresh alternative bite – and can be used as an appetizer or salad along with the main course. The best part is, they only take three main ingredients and can quickly be arranged into a showstopping plate.

Peak season for Brussels sprouts is September to mid-February, making them a perfect option for your holiday table. Brussels sprouts are high in fiber, rich with antioxidants and packed with nutrients, including vitamin K, vitamin C and folate. These crispy Brussels “chips” also are a great appetizer or fun surprise during dinner.

You won’t want to skip dessert with these dark chocolate-covered filled dates on the menu. These mouth-watering treats can be prepared in advance and frozen, making them an easy addition to any holiday spread.

Check out these three seasonal holiday recipes:

Crispy Brussels Sprouts “Chips” with Thyme Honey Mustard Sauce
Caprese Wreath
Dark Chocolate-covered Filled Dates

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