- Posted September 15, 2013 by
Top Superfoods for Fall
The weather is getting cooler, but your produce choices are heating up. These amazing healthy superfoods are either hitting their peak in the garden or can easily be found in your local farmers market or grocery store such as bread recipes.
They're the perfect excuse to get cooking on cool nights. Here are just of the food that you can make to be something like vegetarian recipes.
Sweet or tart, apples are satisfying eaten raw or baked into a delicious dish. Just be sure to eat the skin it contains hearty-healthy flavonoids.
Made the correct way, these veggies taste divine. They have a mild, somewhat bitter taste, so combine them with tangy or savory sauces, like balsamic vinegar.
Though these veggies may resemble carrots, they have a lighter color and sweeter, almost nutty flavor. Use them to flavor rice and potatoes or puree them into soups and sauces.
The sweet and juicy taste makes this fruit a crowd-pleaser. Cooking can really bring out their fabulous flavor, so try them baked or poached.
A cross between a turnip and a cabbage, rutabagas are a popular Swedish dish. To utilize their earthy flavor, add them to casseroles, puree them with turnips and carrots to make a sweet soup, or roast them with ginger, honey, or lemon.
A type of winter squash, pumpkin can be used for much more than jack-o'-lanterns. Its sweet taste and moist texture make it ideal for pies, cakes, and even pudding.
These veggies are for much more than Thanksgiving casseroles. More nutritionally dense than their white-potato counterparts, try roasting them they'll taste delicious, and you may maintain more vitamins than boiling.
The signature tartness of grapefruit provides a contrast to other citrus fruit. Add it to mixed greens, combine it with avocado and shrimp, or enjoy a fresh glass of its antioxidant-rich juice.
The small and sweet citrus fruits are positively refreshing for fall recipes. Our favorite flavor combos include almonds, dates, and honey. Juice them with oil, vinegar, and ginger for a to-die-for dressing.