Lighten Up Latkes
It's fine to indulge in the real thing — crispy fried latkes — at least once during Hanukkah festivities, but if they're going to be a regular feature on your holiday table, experiment with healthier versions that are baked or cooked in a nonstick pan with just a small amount of oil. Or, get creative with recipes that use low-cal veggies
like zucchini, cauliflower, or broccoli in place of starchy potatoes. Dollop your latkes with slim-style toppings — try light sour cream, nonfat Greek yogurt, or natural (unsweetened) apple sauce.
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