Pumpkins, Squash, Apples, Oh My: Fall-Inspired Recipe Roundup
If you’re anything like me, fall is the time to get back into the kitchen and whip up some delicious, seasonal recipes. After all, what better way is there to kick those end-of-summer blues?
Here are a few recipes that will really get you into the fall spirit.
Pumpkin Chili via TheKitchn.com
Whether you’re a vegetarian or simply a pumpkin-lover, this chili is chock-full of delicious ingredients that just scream fall comfort food.
Stuffed Sweet Potato via MoveNourishBelieve.com
If you’re looking for a savory dish without a long list of ingredients, this is a great, filling go-to dish. Even better – it’s simple to put together.
Kale Salad with Butternut Squash, Chickpeas and Tahini Dressing via FoodieCrush.com
Squash is the perfect fall veggie staple, and this salad makes perfect use of it. Plus, kale is something any diet can benefit from.
Roasted and Stuffed Acorn Squash via TheCozyApron
If you’re looking for something delicious yet beautiful for that fall dinner party, you’ll want to check out this recipe.
Quinoa Black Bean Pumpkin Soup via AvocadoPesto
With cooler temps just around the corner, it’s officially soup season. This recipe is equal parts festive and filling.
Gluten-Free Pumpkin Cookies via Peak8Fitness
Clearly I’m a sucker for pumpkin. But somehow I don’t think I’m alone in this — these pumpkin cookies are always a hit no matter who I’m making them for.
Apple Coconut Crisp via DeliciousByDre
With ingredients like coconut sugar, coconut oil and flax seed, this recipe keeps healthy eating in mind – without skimping on taste.
Skinny Dark Chocolate Zucchini Bread via SkinnyMom
Zucchini bread might already be delicious on its own, but add a little chocolate into the mix, and the result is something out-of-this-world.
Pumpkin Spice Energy Bites via OhMyVeggies
Energy bites are the perfect before or after workout snack. Throw in a little pumpkin spice and even your energy can be fall-inspired.
Apples and Cinnamon Breakfast Quinoa via SkinnyTaste
This recipe allows you to sweeten up your breakfast without all the unnatural sugars and ingredients.
What are your favorite fall recipes? Let me know and we might feature it on a future blog post!