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There are only 12.9 mg of sodium per serving in this delicious dish! What is Thanksgiving without a little cranberry sauce to go with your turkey dinner?Once you make your own, you’ll never buy the store bought stuff again.Cranberry sauce is, naturally, low in sodium (1.3 mg per serving), making it a perfect addition to the perfect roasted turkey.Brown and bubbly on the top, creamy cheesy goodness underneath.All of the classic fixins’ are including in this scrumptious holiday meal.Crisp skin, moist and juicy breast meat make this roasted turkey the perfect centerpiece for your thanksgiving meal.
With only 60.4 mg of sodium per 3-ounce serving, you can feel great about serving this to your family and friends.
This turkey is stuffed with lemons and onions while roasting, giving it an amazing, fresh and savory flavor. We enjoy the extra crunch that the water chestnuts add to this dish, but they can be omitted if they aren’t your cup of tea.
Maintaining a low-sodium diet during the holidays doesn’t mean that you have to miss out on holiday traditions.
We’ve developed this guide to help you have the perfect low-sodium Thanksgiving, which is low on salt but full of flavor!
This guide includes a list of easy-to-follow recipes that you can use, as well as a shopping list of ingredients to make your meal planning easier than ever!
Finally, we finish up with a timeline that takes the guesswork out of planning the big day.