When the weather starts to get colder my salad intake goes way down. But, this salad fixes that! It has sweet potatoes, pears, and brussels sprouts along with other delicious ingredients (Plus, how can you go wrong with bacon?). Get the recipe here.
This soup is healthy, loaded with vegetables, and has just enough chipotle flavor. The chipotle gives it the kick it needs without overpowering all the other flavors. Get the recipe here.
3) Lemony Chicken and Orzo Soup
This soup is truly so comforting. It’s good at any time, but I also make it pretty much anytime I get sick, and it’s extra comforting! The lemon gives this soup a unique flavor and it’s packed with flavor! Get the recipe here.
This white chicken chili is definitely the recipe I make most in fall and winter. It’s delicious and packed with protein, fiber, and vegetables! You really can’t beat this easy, few ingredient recipe that can be made in a slow cooker or on a stovetop! Get the recipe here.
5) Bok Choy Ginger Noodle Soup
This soup has an Asian flare and is loaded with flavor! There’s nothing more comforting than soup, and this is no exception! Get the recipe here.
These hand pies are loaded with cheesy broccoli goodness! You can’t go wrong with the flaky crust and gooey center for a new dinner recipe. Get the recipe here.
7) Sweet Potato and Chickpea Bowl
A go to recipe for me, this buddha bowl is packed with flavor and fall produce! To top it off, the homemade chimichurri brings it all together. Get the recipe here.
8) Asparagus Mushroom Tortellini
This vegetarian recipe is easy, quick, and a great weeknight meal! Plus, it’s great to eat for lunch the next day. Get the recipe here.
9) Butternut Squash Stuffed Shells
The ultimate fall dinner. Jumbo pasta shells stuffed with a butternut squash, ricotta, spinach mixture. Topped with a garlic parmesan sauce. Get the recipe here.
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