Pear, Pecan and Sausage Stuffing

Registered Dietician

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pear pecan stuffing
Regular stuffing recipes can be packed with excess amounts of unhealthy fats and calories. With this healthier recipe, add in pears and pecans to add extra flavor without adding to your waistline.
Since pears are considered one of the highest-fiber fruits, with an average of approximately six grams per fruit, they’re an excellent sweet addition that helps bring a fresh twist to the dish.
Here are some other healthy dishes to try incorporating in your holiday meals:
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