Khloe Kardashian looks fabulous and is so fit! What is her secret?
Especially now that the Holidays are upon us we tend to worry about what and how much we eat, and so, the beautiful reality TV start has decided to give us a few tips on how to celebrate Thanksgiving and Christmas without ending up looking like Santa Claus.
The Kardashian wrote a blog post teaching us how to make some healthy, but still delicious dishes for the holiday season.
“You dolls know I’m all about a little indulging, especially during the holidays. But when you’re on that health grind, dinner parties can be tough. If you’re the hostess, I don’t think you have to sacrifice your diet for pleasing your guests. This is what I would make for a lighter holiday dinner party! Don’t worry—dessert is still allowed, LOL.”
Instead of serving cheese, Khloe recommends crudités and hummus as appetizers!
“Everyone likes to munch on something when they first arrive. While cheese plates can be an easy option, hummus served with pita and raw veggies will hit the spot—without the high calories and fat content.”
When it comes to salad Greek is the way to go.
“Trade out your traditional Caesar salad with a Greek salad instead. It’s packed with more veggies and, while it still contains cheese, it has a much lighter dressing.”
During the entrée, ham can be replaced by a healthier option as well, advises the diva.
“Swap ham for less salty and leaner chicken breast kabobs. I don’t eat any pork, anyway, so I always serve poultry instead.”
Instead of mashed potatoes, serve roasted sweet potato hash.
“Potatoes tend to be a staple at dinner parties, especially during the holiday season. If you’re trying to cut calories, make roasted sweet potatoes rather than cream-drenched, mashed white ones.”
And finally, the desert can be just as delicious if we replace the usual chocolate cake with dark chocolate covered strawberries.
“Get your chocolate fix (while cutting calories) by serving chocolate-covered strawberries instead of a cake. No one will leave with an unsatisfied sweet tooth!”