Fall is the best time of the year to try new recipes: there’s lot of beautiful fruit and produce to choose from, we’re indoors more and we want some soothing foods to keep us warm on cold nights. So how about trying out some of our favorite fall recipes for you and your family & friends? They’re sure to satisfy all season long!
Of course, most people don’t put broccoli at the top of their “fave” foods list, but they will after trying this recipe! These healthy fritters can be a side dish, an after school snack, or an appetizer at your next party!
This is a hearty dinner that is healthy, too. With the veggie powerhouse, zucchini, you’re getting nutrients that pasta just doesn’t provide. Serve this to warm up on a cold night!
Cranberries and pears are superfoods of the fall season, so get ’em both in this hearty salad. Take it for lunch or serve as a side dish to add some color and nutrients to your table!
If you’re in need of a an easy dinner dish, well look no further. This one has the fall superfood Salmon, and a hearty dose of veggies with the asparagus.
This pretty salad features the fall superfood apples, and can be served as a side dish, taken to your next potluck, or packed up for your lunch. Sounds tasty!
Pumpkin is a fall favorite, but stay away from the sweet drinks and indulge instead on these healthy pumpkin chips. With the right amount of spices, these make a great snack or serve them at your Halloween party!
Brussel sprouts are a popular dish at holiday dinners, but keep it on the healthy side this year and try our tasty recipe. Always a crowd pleaser, we know they’ll be coming back for seconds!
If you’re hosting a brunch this season, make this tasty casserole. It’s full of veggies and is a healthy way to start the day. Pair with a side of fruit salad and you’ve got a nutritious breakfast!
This luscious dessert tastes sinful, but it’s actually quite healthy with all of the zucchini packed in each slice. Serve with tea for a yummy dessert treat!
Our twist on a fast food favorite makes this rice a popular dish year round, but serve it up as a warm side dish to chicken or salmon for a healthy dinner. Or add your favorite veggies like bell peppers, celery, or broccoli and pack some for lunch. Yum!