Looking for ways to save money this holiday season? Now through November 26th we are offering double fuel points on all gift card purchases (excluding Price Chopper gift cards)! During these two weeks, any points you earn through the purchase of gift cards will be doubled. Check out our website for a list of all gift cards we offer including Barnes and Noble, Home Depot, Southwest Airlines, Regal Entertainment, iTunes and many, many more!
Remember, gift cards don’t have to be a gift for someone else; you can use them for your holiday or everyday shopping. For example, why not purchase a Toys R Us gift card and use that to purchase holiday gifts for your children or for a family you are helping this season? Or purchase one of our many restaurant gift cards and have a relaxing night out during the hectic holiday season. All of this can be done while earning double fuel points! It is such an easy way to gain fuel savings in preparation for the upcoming holidays, but remember it only lasts two weeks!
Also, Black Friday is right around the corner and we have an exciting contest with a chance to win a $100 gift card of your choice, sold at any Price Chopper location. Tell us your favorite Black Friday shopping story by Monday November 20th at 10:00 AM (both below and on the corresponding post on our Facebook page) to be entered. Read Official Contest Rules Here.
Written by Sylvia Geiger MS, RD, CD, Price Chopper Community NutritionistIt’s almost time to start pulling out the roasting pans to prepare for the feast! Thanksgiving is a time to be grateful for so many things, but I’m thankful for the little ones. I am thankful for not having to worry about what to serve my guests. Although your family might have its own special Thanksgiving recipes, chances are you have one for roast turkey with gravy, cranberry sauce & stuffing, mashed potatoes, vegetables, salads, and an assortment of pies. On Thanksgiving, eating more than usual is a given—it’s a feast after all! However, paying attention to recipe selections can help your good intentions of sticking to your dietary plans. After all, most of the ingredients used to prepare a Thanksgiving feast are inherently healthy; it’s how they’re cooked and the quantity eaten that are at issue. Choosing delicious yet healthy recipes can be time consuming, but look no further. Below is a selection of easy holiday recipes that will make any Thanksgiving splendid! What’s more, your friends and family who follow diabetes or heart-healthy meal plans can join in without “falling off the wagon.” We also have some advice for those following a low-sodium meal plan. Try buying a turkey labeled “natural” or “organic,” it won’t be pumped with the enhanced sodium solution that is usually added to most turkeys to help keep the bird moist during cooking. Even if you brine a “natural” or “organic” turkey yourself, it will be lower in sodium than your typical frozen bird. Check out the recipe below for Lemon Garlic Roast Turkey with White Wine Gravy; it’s delicious! Another alternative is the Wine Country Turkey Recipe—in this recipe you actually keep the turkey moist while cooking by putting wine in the cavity beforehand. Remember to use low sodium turkey broth when making gravy and stuffing. Next week we’ll be offering some last minutes tips for a stress less Thanksgiving along with ideas for all those leftover!
Holiday Recipes for Health
Visit our Thanksgiving Recipe Collection and browse through over 100 recipes!
Try any one of these easy turkey recipes:
Or try substituting cauliflower puree (the skinny starch) for mashed potatoes here’s a recipe Creamy Cauliflower Puree
Fiber and vitamin rich sweet potatoes brighten up any holiday plate, try one of these recipes
Looking for something green? How about?
For dessert try