Healthy Fall Recipes to Keep You Warm This Season.

As the leaves change colour and the air turns cool and crisp, it’s time to replace your swimwear for a thick-knit sweater, and say goodbye to summer. This fall, embrace the cooler temperatures and enjoy all of the delicious flavours that the season has to offer. There’s a lot to be excited about – sweet potatoes, squash, carrots, apples, brussels sprouts, pumpkins, and more. Here’s a healthy guide to fall recipes that will warm you up when it’s not so warm outside.
For Breakfast

Baked Carrot Cake Oatmeal 

Courtesy of Green Kitchen Stories

This recipe puts a fancy fall twist on traditional oatmeal. Mixing oats with seasonal carrots, ginger, cinnamon, cardamom and vanilla is a sweet and healthy breakfast alternative that you’ll love. See the full recipe here.

Apple Hazelnut Oat Cake 

Courtesy of Cannelle et Vannille

This apple hazelnut oat cake is a quick breakfast for the guy or gal on the go. Whip it up over the weekend and enjoy it on your commute to work. See full recipe here.

Pumpkin Butter and Pepita Granola 

Courtesy of Smitten Kitchen

One of the best things about granola is its versatility. You can eat it with milk, yogurt, fruit, or even have it raw. Take advantage of fall flavours by adding a little pumpkin butter to your granola mix. See full recipe here.
For Lunch and Dinner

Cream of Broccoli and Cashew Soup 

Courtesy of My New Roots

This vegan soup recipe is full of vitamins and omega-3 fatty acids. Cashews are a nutritious substitute for cream – and a tasty one too. See full recipe here.

Roasted Squash 

Courtesy of Jamie Oliver

Jamie Oliver’s roasted squash is a delectable side dish to any meal. Throw it on your salad, or serve it with roasted chicken or pan-seared trout. See full recipe here.

Turkey Shepherds Pie 

Courtesy of Goop 

Shepherds pie is the perfect fall comfort food, but it doesn’t always have to make for a heavy meal. Mix cauliflower into your potato topping and use ground turkey for a less starchy, dairy free treat. See full recipe here.

Squash, Red Lentil, Coconut Curry 

Courtesy of Hemsley and Hemsley

There’s nothing like a colourful curry to match the outdoor fall scenery. This recipe is a “no fuss, one pot” dish that combines savory with sweet and will delight your taste-buds. See full recipe here.
For Dessert

Apple Cider Glazed Donuts 

Courtesy of My Name is Yeh

Ditch the deep fryer. Baked donuts are all the rage (and less of a hazard to make). This recipe shows you how to bake, glaze and decorate donuts that are both home-kitchen friendly and sweet tooth approved. See full recipe here.

Pear and Chocolate Cake 

Courtesy of Brooklyn Supper

For those who believe it’s not dessert unless there’s chocolate, you’ll love this cake recipe that perfectly combines chocolate and pears. You’ll be drooling for days. See full recipe here.

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