36 Recipes To Make The Most Of The Fall Harvest
Yes, the corn on the cob has vanished. You’ve probably eaten your last in-season cucumber of 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, apples, pumpkins — all added to steaming soups and morning muffins. And these 36 recipes will help you make the most of all that hearty fall produce.
Garlic-y broccoli pesto probably isn’t what you’d expect to find on your pasta, but it’s definitely the route you want to go. (via Fuss Free Cooking)
Topped with crispy shiitakes and sage, this cream of mushroom soup gets a dose of flavor from marsala wine. (via Barley & Sage)
Ground turkey, tomatoes, bell peppers, cannellini and kidney beans, and — of course — unite to make this always-comforting dish. (via Salt & Lavender)
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)
It’s gluten-free, vegan and there’s frosting involved. Need we say more? (via The Colorful Kitchen)
You get bonus points if you use whole wheat shells for this recipe. (via Gimme Some Oven)
Not only did we gather three different cheesy apple pie recipes, we made personal pies inside apples. You’re welcome. (via Brit + Co)
Get the kids to eat some extra veggies without hearing any whining. (via Kara Lydon)
Chard can be just as delicious eaten raw as cooked. Especially when it’s wrapped around sweet potatoes and sausage. (via The Endless Meal)
Because these doughnuts are baked instead of fried, they're basically like eating an apple — or something like that. (via Culinary Hill)
Do you feel a cold coming on? Make yourself this juice to bulk up on some vitamins. (via Taste Love and Nourish)
Coffee cake gets a seasonal twist from pumpkin and cream cheese, making it perfect for crisp, cool mornings.
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’s the best way to add green veggies to your plate? Smother them in tomato sauce and cheese. (via Gather and Dine)
Jazz up your boring old bow-tie pasta with some sun-dried tomatoes and greens. (via Life Not Just on the Sweet Side)
What’s the only thing better than the broccoli and cheese combo? Broccoli and cheese on toasted bread. (via The Miniature Moose)
What is your favorite way to cook with fall’s bounty? Tell us below!