Buying produce that's in season means it's less likely that your fruit and veggies have been shipped across the world, and that means fresher, more nutrient-rich food. In the Fall, your local markets will be stocked with:

  • pumpkins

  • brussel sprouts

  • cabbage

  • sweet potatoes

  • winter squash 

  • cauliflower

  • mushrooms

  • apples

  • cranberries

  • beets

  • figs

  • pears

  • carrots

  • grapes

So how can you make the most of the season's bounty? Try a few new recipes that highlight these freshly-harvested fruits and veggies.

Fall Recipes:

Honey Herb Roasted Root Vegetables - Naturally complement any entree with this sweet and savory side.

Cauliflower “Tater” Tots - Crispy vegetable side that goes great with dips.

Butter-Pecan Mashed Sweet Potatoes - Another easy and delicious side dish with a crunch.

Poached Pears - A healthy dessert that's classy but super simple.

Baked Apples - This savory recipe is worth the work - it could stand alone or as a side.

Simple Pumpkin Soup - Comfort food from scratch, with a twist on the top.

Balsamic Roasted Brussel Sprouts with Pancetta - A delicious, crowd-pleaser - even for folks who think they don't like brussel sprouts!

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