While fall is quickly coming to an end, our favorite autumnal foods are still the highlight of our dining tables. From apples and squash to pies and soup, we’re loving these cold weather bites.
We’ve decided to round up some of our favorite hearty, quintessentially fall produce and recipes. Hopefully you will gain some autumn inspiration as you go about making your next meal!
Top 5 Autumnal Produce:
- Apples: These delicious superfoods are perfect raw or baked in your favorite dish. Apples are the perfect hearty fruit to keep your energy levels high throughout the day.
- Sweet Potatoes: There’s a reason these superfoods have a special spot on the Thanksgiving table. Not only are they filled with vitamin A but their delicious, sweet nature makes them adaptable to any meal.
- Pumpkin: This one is obvious. Who doesn’t love making pumpkin recipes in the fall? From muffins to pies and bread, this winter squash is always a winner.
- Cranberries: Cranberries are the best quality in October and November. In order to get a taste of this delicious berry while it’s at its best, be sure to add some to your next meal.
- Squash: From butternut and acorn to spaghetti and hubbard, you can’t go wrong with baking winter squash. We love using it in soup, as a replacement for pasta, or on its own as a scrumptious side.
Top 5 Autumnal Recipes:
- Baked Butternut and Kale Risotto: This recipe calls for two of our favorite fall ingredients, butternut squash and Massel Concentrated Liquid Stock! This versatile meal is full of flavor and hearty enough to keep you full.
- Saffron & Citrus Roasted Fingerling Potatoes: While sweet potatoes usually steal our hearts in the fall, this fingerling potato recipe has us swept away. We recommend making this as a delicious side to your favorite main dish.
- Squash Mac and Cheese: The ultimate trifecta! This recipe calls for butternut squash, your favorite Massel stock and cheese! How can you go wrong with a recipe like that?
- Slow Cooker Turkey Chili: This is the perfect recipe to warm you up from head to toe. Not to mention, what better way to use your leftover Thanksgiving turkey than in a delectable, hearty soup?
- Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Lemon & Herb Breadcrumbs: Roasting our favorite veggies is the perfect way to continue eating our greens in the fall. We love this recipe because of its zesty and indulgent flavor.
Now that you know our favorite autumnal dishes, what are yours?