Here in the Pacific Northwest, autumn is in all its glory. The leaves on the trees are changing colors, the temperatures are cooling and everyone is ready for warming meals. Here's a Fall Recipe Roundup for you that is RESTART® friendly, and every recipe is quick and easy for a weeknight meal. Plus they are all super tasty!
Soup and chili are staples this time of year. This white chili recipe from What Great Grandma Ate combines warming spices with chicken for satisfying taste. The healthy fats from avocado will keep you satiated, energized, and ready for a walk in the crisp, cool air.
Salads are a great accompaniment to any meal. The combination of kale and green apple from Well and Full complements soup or an entrée with it’s flavorful and bright dressing as it invokes the flavors of fall.
One-pan meals can be a lifesaver on a weeknight. And bonus if it takes less than half an hour to prepare! Paired with the mashed parsnips from the recipe below, this sausage and Brussels sprouts sheet pan meal will please everybody.
Parsnips are a flavorful alternative to potatoes and are packed full of nutrients. This side dish recipe from Bareroot Girl combines them with great fats such as grass-fed butter and homemade mayonnaise or coconut cream, that will satisfy any mashed vegetable lover.
Fall fruits like pears and apples are delicious and heathy as well.
Give these a try and let me know how you like them.
Enjoy the bounty of the great Northwest!