November 2011 Menu

It's time for Thanksgiving and that means Turkey Day. It's a time for eating great food and it's easy to eat healthy. There are a lot of great recipes for those taking warfarin.

Roasting a turkey breast is easy to make and (most important) easy to clean up. You'll have leftovers for that sandwich or turkey salad that really makes the holiday.

This menu includes all the fixings -- Roast Turkey, Mashed Yams, Holiday Gravy and a selection of warfarin safe veggies as side dishes to choose from. All of these are the home cooked, traditional winter dishes that are so comforting.

Even though pumpkin does have some Vitamin K there's not much in the Pumpkin Crème Brulee recipe and by making individual portions it's easier to not overeat!

Nutrition Facts
Prepared with respect to Vitamin K
Amount Per Serving
mcg = micrograms

Recipes: 

Maple Sage Turkey Breast

Vitamin K: 

2mcg

Calories: 

198

Mashed Yams

Vitamin K: 

6mcg

Calories: 

188

Holiday Gravy

Vitamin K: 

2mcg

Calories: 

77

Roasted Acorn Squash

Vitamin K: 

0mcg

Calories: 

56

Creamed Corn

Vitamin K: 

2mcg

Calories: 

153

Mustard Vinaigrette Green Beans

Vitamin K: 

18mcg

Calories: 

64

Pumpkin Crème Brulee

Vitamin K: 

5mcg

Calories: 

172

Turkey White Bean Soup

And for using that leftover turkey here's a great soup:

Vitamin K: 

14mcg

Calories: 

338

This area is currently under construction. Please look at our previous months' menus for vitamin K friendly recipes.