October is here, which means fall is in full swing. The best (and most people’s favorite way) to get in the autumn spirit is by whipping up specialty fall foods. Fall veggies are pretty in color and never lacking in flavor, so try one or all three of these fall vegetable recipes.
Roasted Fall Vegetables
Tired of the same old, microwaved green beans? This one sheet wonder will remind you what veggies are really supposed to taste like, all with a fall flavor twist. Simply, toss portobello mushrooms, sweet potatoes, shallots, garlic cloves, thyme, olive oil, and salt and pepper on a baking sheet. Pop that plate full of color in the oven and bake at 400 degrees for 20 minutes. Before serving, toss some additional olive oil and parsley in the mix and enjoy with your favorite source of protein. Now, that’s a pretty plate!
Vegetarian Pot Pie
Trying out meatless Monday or cutting back on your meat intake in general? After just one bite of this Vegetarian Pot Pie, you won’t miss the chicken. This dish is like a warm, comforting hug, which is exactly what your tastebuds need after a day out in the cold. Packed with your favorite produce, from carrots to mushrooms, potatoes, and more, this colorful pot pie looks and tastes like the colors of fall. Requiring only five minutes of prep and 40 minutes of baking time, it won’t be long before you have this dish on the table, ready to satisfy everyone’s hungry tummies! It’s so delectable, the kids won’t even realize how nutritious this dish is.
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Rustic Fall Vegetable Soup
You know we couldn’t leave soup off this list. Did you really live fall to the fullest if you didn’t whip up a batch of hot soup? This fall veggie soup is filled with nutrients, including sweet potato, orzo, canned tomatoes, thyme, squash, zucchini, and more. After it sits for about 30 minutes, you will be ready to dive in. Don’t forget to serve with a hearty grilled cheese, of course!