Fall temperatures result in summer produce easing out of grocery stores. While it may seem like fruit and vegetable options are more limited this time of year, there are still an abundance of colorful and nutritious selections. Dark leafy greens, pears, root vegetables, and squash varieties abound. Beyond what is available, are the cooking techniques employed during cooler months. Roasting, baking, and slow cooking offer variety simply by means of how the foods are prepared. Instead of bright and fresh salads as during the summer months, you may choose to prepare a medley of oven roasted vegetables. Fall and winter produce is also versatile enough to yield delicious yet simple recipes.
This oven roasted vegetable recipe by “Well Plated by Erin” is delicious, nutritious, and simple.
Fancy up baked potato night with a BBQ inspired dish by “The Spruce Eats.”
“Making Thyme for Health” has a delicious recipe for Pear Baked Oatmeal.