Fall: A Time for Hearty, Delicious Food 

Autumn is many people’s favorite season for a reason. Beautiful leaves, comfy weather, sweaters and Turkey Day, what’s not to love? 

Pumpkin spice and everything nice, it is easy to fall into the trap of eating things this season that do not give your body the full nutrition it needs (especially around the holidays). Especially if you have certain health concerns, nutrition is vital to staying on top of your game this season. 

Although not all fall food is innately nutritious, there are plenty of hearty options to explore. Get your body the nutrition it deserves without sacrificing flavor with some fall friendly foods! (P.S. These sites have tons of awesome healthy meal ideas to explore, year-round.)

Here are some delicious fall recipes we love:

  • Butternut Squash Burrito Bowl: Who doesn’t love protein that is paired with a fall comfort staple? This one is unique, but still familiar!

  • Oatmeal Slices with Dates and Nuts: Fiber, antioxidants, and natural sweetness. What’s not to love? If you have an inkling for a sweet treat, try this one out.

  • Quick Chicken and Barley Stew : Looking for lean protein + heart, digestion, and weight maintenance support? Then this recipe is for you. Not only is barley full of nutritious benefits, it also adds a unique nutty flavor to this dish. 

  • Cranberry Almond Superfood Oatmeal Cups: Looking for a hot, nutritious, and also fast breakfast? Check out Earnest Eats! These amazing oatmeal cups can be eaten hot or made into delicious overnight oats.

  • Hot Honey-Roasted Salmon and Radishes: The perfect balance between spice and sweetness, this dish will have you on your toes! (In a good way of course!)

  • One-Pot Unstuffed Cabbage: Cabbage may not be the sexiest vegetable at the supermarket, but it sure is nutritious! Being low calorie and full of essential vitamins such as Vitamin K and C, it’s worth picking up one or two during your next grocery haul.

  • Crockpot Moroccan Pumpkin Chicken: Tired of the same ol’ pumpkin recipes? We have just the thing for you. Moroccan cuisine incorporates pumpkin in an extraordinary way that isn’t your everyday fall inspired chicken recipe.

  • Sweet Potato Spiral Saute: Everyone loves squash noodles, but you probably haven‘t tried sauteed sweet potato spirals. A new take on a beloved concept, give this recipe a try. 

  • Hearty and Healthy Fall Gnocchi Soup: Craving an Italy vacation? This recipe may help… a little. Regardless, it’s a filling must-try for when the temperature begins to drop.

  •  Baked Cinnamon Apple Slices: A classic but a goody, bring out the true sweetness of those apples by getting them toasty. Don’t forget that sugar can be substituted by your sweetener of choice!

  • One Last Thing…

    Taking on the challenge of a consistently nutritious diet is important, and admirable. Remember, we here at Coromega can help fill the gaps when you can’t always make a perfectly balanced meal. Check out our variety of tasty supplements to assist you in achieving your health goals year-round.