One of the keys to living a positive life is nourishing ourselves and eating healthy. With fall right around the corner, it’s easy to eat as if we are preparing to hibernate for the winter instead of thinking about what’s the best fuel for our bodies. We wanted to provide you with some recipes to try this season. You can count on them being healthy and savory.

Here are six fall recipes guaranteed to give you some tasty comfort this season:

1. One Pan Autumn Chicken Dinner

So many healthy ingredients like brussels sprouts, sweet potatoes, and apple slices are tossed together in a single pan alongside bacon and chicken All the yummy fall flavors blend into a delectable dinner option the entire family will love! This meal is a one-stop-shop for easy cooking, serving, and clean-up!

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Recipe found on Cookingclassy.com– a recipe blog with a sprinkle of fancy.

 

2. Pumpkin Pie Protein No-Bake Bites

Want to feel like you’re eating a delicious pumpkin pie dessert without the guilt of counting calories or overloading on sugar? Better yet, want a way to give your body protein in a way that’s enjoyable? Hummusapien has a delicious recipe on their blog that is quick to make and no cooking necessary! These bite-sized delicacies won’t last long, so make a huge bunch all at once to be sure you won’t run out!

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Recipe found on Hummusapien.com-a food and nutrition blog.

 

3. Fluffy Pumpkin Pancakes

It’s said that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Here’s a healthy option with a touch of pumpkin to enjoy during the autumn season! I’m not going to lie. I’ve tried several “healthy” versions of pancakes that taste bland. But this recipe is rich in pumpkin, nutmeg, cinnamon, and clove flavors! Bland isn’t an option with this type of pancake.

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Recipe found on Bakingginger.com-a blog about food, healthy, and photography.

 

4. Maple Butternut Squash and Chicken Pasta with Kale

A variety of fall flavors atop your choice of pasta? Yes, please! Pasta is a “go-to” in my family, but sometimes we get stuck in a rut with tomato or white sauces. I’m always looking for quick and healthy options to add to my pasta dishes, and this recipe provides both! Plus, they say you know you’re eating well when your food has a variety of colors, and this dish is one colorful plate!

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Recipe found on forkknifeswoon.com-a blog about home entertainment, making guests feel welcome, and flavorful, homecooked meals!

 

5. Fall Detox Vegetable Soup

This fall recipe compilation wouldn’t be complete without a soup recipe! When I think of the autumn season, I think about all of my favorite soups! Honestly, I don’t care for soup any other time of the year. So I fit in all of my favorites in a few short months. This one caught my eye because it’s a healthy vegetable soup, but it also works as a detoxer! This soup provides comfort and healing. The nutrients found in the large quantity of vegetables acts as a natural detox. So, as The Healthy Maven said, “Stay calm, and detox on!”

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Recipe found on thehealthymaven.com-teaching readers that healthy foods can also be delicious!

 

6. Vegan Pumpkin Spice Bedtime Drink

There’s something relaxing about a cup of tea or a glass of wine before bed. When I found this drink recipe, I knew I needed to stock up on all of the ingredients to make this every night this season! A cup of comfort is vital after a long day with young kids and an exhausting bedtime routine. Whatever your day looks like, you can look forward to ending it on a high note with this must-try!

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Recipe found on apple-of-my-eye.com-a blog full of flavorful, healthy recipe ideas.

 

Share with us in the comments some of YOUR favorite fall recipes!

Amanda is a wife, mother, writer, and certified life coach. Pen and paper make her spirit come alive. She spends her creative time reading, decorating, and handwriting fonts. Her world is better with an assortment of chocolate and a stack of books packed and ready for travel. She is a writer for Downs Ups & Teacups. When she’s not writing, she’s planning outdoor adventures with her husband and two children. She believes life feels best when it’s truly lived!


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