Soyfoods offer the opportunity to enhance your favorite Thanksgivings recipes while maintaining the flavors and textures you love. One serving of soyfoods provides approximately 7 to 15 grams of high-quality protein. Unlike many common protein-rich foods you and your family eat, soyfoods have no cholesterol and are low in saturated fat. Visit the Soyfoods Council website for tasty ways to incorporate soyfoods into your traditional holiday recipes such as mashed potatoes, stuffing, side dish casseroles and pumpkin cheesecake.
Tofu Mashed Potatoes offer the creamy texture you and your family love, thanks to the addition of soymilk and pureed soft silken tofu along with the butter, butter substitute or olive oil you prefer. See what the addition of soft silken tofu will do for your favorite stuffing or green bean casserole recipe. For dessert, try one of the pumpkin recipes on The Soyfoods Council website. Silken tofu is the perfect partner for canned or fresh-cooked pumpkin, and you’ll find a variety of enticing recipes worthy of your Thanksgiving table. Ideas range from Pumpkin Pie to Maple Pumpkin Cheesecake Tart and Pumpkin Tofu Cheesecake.
For more tempting Thanksgiving recipes featuring soyfoods, visit The Soyfoods Council website at www.thesoyfoodscouncil.com.
The Soyfoods Council is a non-profit organization, created and funded by Iowa soybean farmers, providing a complete resource to increase awareness of soyfoods, educate and inform media, healthcare professionals, consumers and the retail and foodservice market about the many benefits of soyfoods. Iowa is the country’s number one grower of soybeans and is the Soyfoods Capital of the world.
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