It can definitely be a challenge to eat healthy during the holiday season. So we thought we’d give you a helping hand, and we rounded up some of our favorite healthy Thanksgiving recipes, the first of which is from NYC Cycologist, Adina Puteh.
Here’s what Adina had to say about her recipe of deviled eggs:
Even though it’s often overlooked, this appetizer is important to me because I had it at my very first American Thanksgiving just a few years ago in Connecticut. Having grown up overseas I had never celebrated Thanksgiving before. So it was a special treat–AND I was shocked how tasty a simple hard boiled egg could be! And because they’re a very filling, protein-packed appetizer, a few deviled eggs can help keep you from overeating during the main meal.
(makes a dozen eggs)
-Boil eggs in hot water for 13 minutes
-Remove and place in ice water, then remove shells
-Use a very sharp knife to cut eggs in half
-Separate yolks and place in a bowl
-Mash up yolks into little pieces
-Add 2 tablespoons of mayonnaise, 2 teaspoons of dijon mustard, a very small amount of cut up Maile French pickles
-Salt and pepper to taste
-Spoon yolk mixture into egg whites
-Garnish with parsley before serving