14 Healthy Fall Recipes
Fall is the season for apple picking, pumpkin carving, and eating delicious foods with seasonal ingredients. Whether you’re cooking for yourself, family, or friends, these fall-inspired recipes will warm you up on a cold day.
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This maple chicken recipe is a great main dish that will impress your guests. Be sure to marinate the chicken in the maple syrup at least two hours before you begin cooking to get a rich, maple flavor.
This healthy granola recipe is a great addition to your low-fat Greek yogurt or oats. Try stirring in cranberries after the granola is cooked for a sweet addition.
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These fiber-rich whole grain muffins go perfectly with your morning coffee. A helpful tip is to measure the pumpkin puree by packing it into a dry measuring cup and leveling the top instead of using a liquid measuring cup.
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This gluten-free recipe is perfect for a snack or dessert. Use pure maple syrup to sweeten the crisps instead of sugar.
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This is the ultimate fall salad. Make sure to cut the pumpkin into cubes before roasting. The pumpkin can also be hard to cut through, so use a large sharp knife.
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This recipe is perfect for breakfast, an afternoon snack, or even a late night indulgence. If you desire an extra crunch, top the loaf with roasted pumpkin seeds.
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Oatmeal, apple spice, and pumpkin seeds, oh my. This delicious, vegan fall inspired breakfast will definitely get you energized for your day.
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This recipe is a perfect lunch for on-the-go eating. Make sure to use plain Greek yogurt in the sauce.
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When it’s cold outside, curling up on the couch with a bowl of popcorn and a movie is the perfect weekend activity. Instead of indulging in buttery popcorn, try this sweet, but healthy alternative.
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These turnovers use two fall ingredients, apple and squash, and are a great side dish or appetizer. If you want to add a little tartness to the sweet squash filling, try using Jonagold apples.
This is a perfect fall-inspired recipe that can be served as a side dish or a main course. You can cook the couscous in either vegetable broth or water. If you choose to use vegetable broth, opt for a low-sodium option.
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This is a perfect dessert on a cool fall day. The simple recipe has only five ingredients. Try using plain Greek yogurt with a dash of pure vanilla extract instead of whipped cream.
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This recipe is great for lunch or dinner, especially on those extra cold days. You can use a low-sodium chicken stock or make it vegan with a low-sodium vegetable stock.
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This is a wonderful salad to add to any dinner this fall. This vegan delight is so colorful you might not even want to eat it.