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Winter holiday meals can mean buttery, creamy, mashed potatoes and sausage-filled stuffing with turkey, all swimming in gravy. It can mean sugary cranberry sauce, pecan pie, and cookies. But you are in charge of what Thanksgiving and Christmas (or Hanukkah or whatever holiday) dinners mean to you and your guests. You can keep the traditional dishes we all crave, yet do healthier versions *without* sacrificing flavor. Low-carb seekers can whip up a healthy, creamy mashed cauliflower recipe instead of mashed potatoes. Check out more of our holiday dish ideas on our Christmas recipe page.