50 Recipes to Make the Most of the Fall Harvest
Yes, the corn on the cob has vanished. You’ve probably eaten your last cucumber for the year. Berries cost an arm and a leg again. But before you go mourning the loss of your watermelon, think on the warmer side of the food spectrum. We’ve entered a time of squash and apples, steaming soups and morning muffins. And these 50 recipes will help you make the most of all that hearty fall produce.
3. Brie and Butternut Squash Quesadillas With Sage + Shiitakes: Quesadillas make a great appetizer for your dinner party or as a snack for football watching, especially when they contain a bunch of veggies and ‘shrooms. (via Food, Fitness, Fresh Air)
5. Skinny Butternut Squash Lasagna: Apparently, pasta and butternut squash go together like peas and carrots… except! There were no noodles used in the making of this lasagna. The squash is stepping in and doing the heavy lifting here. (via Brit + Co)
3. Sweet Potato Spudnuts: We’re not saying these breakfast pastries are healthy, but they’re healthier than Krispy Kremes. Made from sweet potato mash, they’re baked, not fried. (via Spoon Fork Bacon)
3. Earl Grey Poached Pears With Caramel Sauce: You fancy, huh? This decadent dessert will wow guests at your next harvest party (you have those, right?). And that leftover caramel sauce would be mighty good on some ice cream. (via Many Kitchens)
3. Autumn Salad: Not only is this salad packing your seasonal pomegranate, it’s also stocked with sweet potato, pumpkin and apples — which all just so happen to be ripe for the picking right this very moment. (via Renee Kemps)
4. Spicy Chicken Enchilada Tacos With Apple-Pomegranate Salsa: Here is the perfect combination of spicy and sweet. We’ll put money down that you won’t mind eating these leftovers. (via Half Baked Harvest)
What is your favorite way to cook with fall’s bounty? Tell us below!