This recipe uses a combination of apple juice, white wine and a bit of butter to roast all your favourite root vegetables. The result is a side dish that is full of fibre, with only 5.1g of fat per portion.
Red cabbage not only looks festive, but it is low in calories and big on flavour. This easy recipe uses apples for a hint of sweetness instead of loading up on added sugar, and has less than 5g of fat per portion. Omit the last bit of butter at the end to shave off 14g of of fat and 100 kcal.
Butternut squash mash
A colourful alternative to mashed potatoes, this butternut mash is already a smart option at less than 10g of fat per portion, but you can easily shave off more by using 75g of butter or margarine instead of the 125g.
Roasted Brussels sprouts
These tasty sprouts have 7.3g of fat per portion, and are coated in olive oil for a saturated fat and cholesterol friendly alternative to butter. Trim the oil by 1 tablespoon to save 14g of fat.