Looking for fall recipes? As nights get longer and the days shorter, fall brings a new zest for the outdoors and the produce of the season: winter squashes, bell peppers and the perennial favorite pumpkin.
Perfect Pumpkin Oatmeal
Looking for a quick and easy breakfast? This creamy pumpkin oatmeal, topped with nut butter and granola, is a perfect way to start off a crisp autumn day.
Gingerbread Pumpkin Bars
These bars, held together by molasses, are a bite-size alternative to pumpkin pie.
Pumpkin Cornbread Baked in Jars
Maple syrup and brown sugar make this cornbread subtly sweet, while turbinado sugar gives it a crunchy topping. This cornbread might be irresistible, but there won’t be any fighting over the last piece – baking this cornbread in jars means everyone gets their own individual serving.
Pumpkin and Bean Soup
Cool fall weather calls for hot, creamy soup; combine the health benefits of pumpkin and protein-rich beans, and you get a healthy and comforting soup for a cold autumn night.
Guilt-Free Crumbly Pumpkin Bread
This bread uses whole-wheat flour, coconut oil, and applesauce, making it a guilt-free treat you can have with your morning coffee or as an afternoon snack.
Pumpkin Spice Granola
Your options are limitless when it comes to granola – it can be salty or sweet, with or without nuts and dried fruit. This granola, full of spices and pumpkin flavor, makes a perfect fall breakfast when mixed with yogurt or milk.
Serve these popovers steaming hot from the oven and paired with a smear of peanut butter for a filling snack that gets an unexpected kick from an added dash of cayenne.
Pumpkin Maple Gnocchi with Brown Butter and Sage
If there’s one thing we love about fall, it’s pumpkin flavored everything. Pumpkin Maple Gnocchi is like the ultimate comfort food, combining sweet, savory, and super-delicious pumpkin.
Butternut Squash and Spinach Curry
Looking for a creative way to serve up squash? Try this mild, low-fat and colorful curry.
Sweet Potato, PB2 and Apple Casserole
Adding PB2 to a sweet potato casserole puts an interesting twist on a comfort-food favorite
Crowd-Pleasing Slow-Cooker Pumpkin Chili
Make this in the fall for Sunday football. Start it early in the morning and your house will smell great by afternoon game time. Nobody ever suspects how healthy this chili really is. The pumpkin gives it a smooth texture and flavor even without any added fat or fatty cuts of meat.
This spin on the classic nog is sugar free, egg free, dairy free, soy free and gluten free–so drink up!