You don’t have to choose between convenience and health. You can throw together a delicious breakfast on Christmas morning after all the presents have been unwrapped and you’ve had time for a cup of coffee or two, and it can be something nutritious and healthful that will keep your family feeling great all day.
Whether you’re just trying to eat healthily or you’re following a specific diet, the holidays can be tricky. If you have the pleasure of hosting this season, you can make a few simple, holiday swaps that your guests won’t even notice. Learn how to serve the holiday classics without overdoing it on the sugar, carbs, and dairy.
Starbucks holiday drinks are not only tasty but they are filled with sugar and dairy. While your occasional Peppermint Mocha indulgence certainly won’t hurt anything, if you’re ordering a holiday favorite on the daily, you might notice a few negative effects. Luckily, there are a few simple things you can do to make Starbucks’ holiday drinks a little healthier.