Healthier versions of your favourite holiday recipes (1/3)

Is it possible to'gasp'lose weight over the holidays? Try Paul Finkelstein's healthier versions of holiday staples

Lower-Fat Pumpkin Pie

Lower-Fat Pumpkin Pie

This healthier version uses canned pumpkin purée rather than standard pie filling, and fat-free condensed milk rather than heavy cream. Each serving (one slice) has 265 calories and 13 grams of fat (3 g saturated fat).

Swap & Drop: Compare this recipe to classic pumpkin pie, which traditionally is made with more fat and sugar; it typically has 450 calories and 25 grams of fat per serving.

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