Healthy Dishes For The Week To Help You Recover From Thanksgiving

Consider it a mini detox.

Now that Thanksgiving is behind us, and more calories than we need to consume in a year were inhaled in just a few hours on one epically delicious day, we pretty much all feel sick and bloated. The best way to get yourself feeling normal again (and back into your pants) is to eat healthy. No more epic leftover sandwiches. No more grabbing forkfuls of stuffing as you pass the fridge.

It's time to get the pots and pans out again and fill your fridge with healthy, good-for-you meals. We have seven easy recipes that'll take you through the week: Granola bars and whole grain zucchini bread for the morning. Baked falafel, kale salad and tahini dressing for lunch. Butternut squash enchiladas and turkey soup for dinner (and for helping do away with the rest of the Thanksgiving leftovers).

Cook and eat these recipes -- and feel like yourself again before you know it.

Cranberry Orange Granola Bars
Pinch of Yum
Get the Cranberry Orange Granola Bars recipe from Pinch of Yum
Whole Grain Zucchini Bread With Honey And Walnuts
The Clever Carrot
Garlic Kale And Brown Rice Salad
Cookie + Kate
Get the Garlic Kale And Brown Rice Salad recipe from Cookie + Kate
Simple 6-Ingredient Falafel
Pinch of Yum
Get the Simple 6-Ingredient Falafel recipe from Pinch Of Yum
Butternut Mole Enchiladas
Feasting at Home
Get the Butternut Mole Enchiladas recipe from Feasting at Home
Mexican Chicken (Or Turkey) Noodle Soup
Feasting at Home
Tahini Dressing
Gena Hamshaw
Get the Tahini Dressing recipe from Gena Hamshaw via Food52

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