Let these quick, healthy recipes be a part of your fall-inspired dishes. This list will teach you healthy recipes you and your family can enjoy! Get a load of these nutritious meals, perfect for the season.
Quick Healthy Recipes for the Fall-Obsessed
1. Farro Salad with Grapes and Chickpeas
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Prep this super easy salad for lunch or dinner. The chewy farro acts as your salad’s base. It also adds a hint of nuttiness. It’s so easy to make as well. All you have to do is toss everything in a bowl and serve.
2. Vegan Broccoli and Cheese Soup
This recipe makes use of vegan cheese. Create your own from a base of potatoes and carrots. Intrigued? Give it a go this weekend. That way, you can have your cheese the dairy-free way.
3. Butternut Squash Risotto with Parmesan
Squash and pumpkin are some of the best things to eat during fall. Treat your family to this delicious recipe for butternut squash risotto. Remember to cook your risotto with care. The longer you stir, the better the dish will be.
4. Butternut Squash and Apple Soup
Can’t get enough of your favorite butternut squash? Here’s soup you won’t be able to resist. It’s sweet, savory, and would make a great starter to any meal.
5. Homemade Ravioli
Choose from different homemade ravioli favorites. The spinach and ricotta ravioli is usually a crowd pleaser and won’t take too long to prepare.
6. Wholewheat Spaghetti and Avocado Sauce
This wholewheat spaghetti and avocado sauce is low in calories. It’s perfect for those wanting to lose a few pounds. Remember to blanch the almonds before blending them in with the avocados. Blanching helps remove the nut’s skin from its meat.
7. Quinoa Chili
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Enjoy a bowl of chili sans the beef! Not a fan of canned vegetables? No worries. Just head over to the nearest farmer’s market and get some of your favorites. Grab a few tomatoes and green chiles. You can also add in some carrots if you’d like.
8. Vegan Pumpkin Burger
The ground flaxseeds help bind the pumpkin patties of the vegan burger. Don’t forget to add a pinch of pomegranate seeds. It’ll give the burger extra crunch and flavor.
9. Udon with Tofu and Asian Greens
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Are you craving for some Asian food this fall? Resist the urge to call up your favorite restaurant and make this dish at home. The best part is, this udon with tofu and Asian greens recipe will only take about 20 minutes or less to prepare and cook!
10. Savory Pumpkin Tart
In the mood for a tasty tart? This savory pumpkin tart makes use of store-bought puff pastry. You won’t have to worry about kneading anymore.
11. Pumpkin Pie Smoothie
Think of this recipe as a healthier substitute to your usual sweet smoothies. You can even turn this smoothie into a cocktail. All you have to do is add a shot of rum.
12. Fresh Huevos Rancheros
13. Avocado Pesto Toast
Crazy for avocado? Put a little flair in your usual avocado toast. Add in some toasted pepitas, basil leaves, garlic, lemon juice, and salt. All that’s left to do next is to blend the mixture and place the spread on your bread.
14. 10 Minute Pasta
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Is your kid a picky eater? Whip up a batch of this 10-minute toddler-friendly pasta. Feel free to use whole grain pasta as your base. Want something with a little more protein? Add in some red lentil pasta.
15. Savory Beet Soup
This bright red soup comes packed with Vitamin B, Vitamin C, and iron. It’s one way to keep your immune system up during the fall season.
Tip: Wear disposable gloves to avoid staining your hands.
16. Fall Pumpkin Fries
Who says you can’t enjoy a fry or two? These pumpkin fries have loads of Vitamin A. They’re so good, you can eat even them on its own. But if you’re feeling a little indulgent, feel free to add a few seasonings. Maple sugar, garlic powder, and cayenne pepper are good options.
17. Crispy Cauliflower Tacos with Chipotle Crema
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Are you looking for a gluten-free way to enjoy tacos? Make these crispy cauliflower ones. Before you start, preheat your oven to 450 degrees and line your baking sheet with either parchment paper or a silicone baking sheet. Remember, it’s important not to use foil for this recipe.
18. Butternut Squash Coconut Curry
Butternut squash coconut curry is a one pot wonder. Clean up will be such a breeze! Have a few bowls left over? No worries. Feel free to store them in an airtight container. You can keep it in the fridge for a week.
19. Vegan Chili Dog Pizza
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Here’s an exciting and unique way to serve up your favorite vegan hot dogs. You can even chop up a few toppings and place them on the side. That way, guests or friends can top their pizza as they wish.
20. Spaghetti Squash
Enjoy a plate of spaghetti minus the carbs. Just steam your squash until it’s fork tender. Once cooled, drag your fork on the flesh of the vegetable. Then, prep your sauce and you’re good to go!
21. Peanut Butter Candy Apples
Your kids will adore this healthy treat! You can even place the peanut butter candy apples in little cupcake holders. It’ll make for a great party snack or favor too!
The fall season is all about comfort food, cozy sweaters, and lit up fireplaces. No wonder it’s one of the most popular seasons in a year. Try these quick and healthy recipes this month. You never know, you might just find another reason to love fall.
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