14 Fall Foods We Can't Wait to Try
It's time to put your heirloom tomatoes and sweet summer corn away, because fall is coming. Seasonal changes are a breath of fresh air for cooks. Don't get us wrong, summer produce at the local farmers' market is to die for, but by late August we're ready for a change. The chilly months bring sweet squash and pumpkins, earthy parsnips and carrots, and of course fall afternoons of apple picking. We can't wait to slip a delicious pie into the oven or throw together tons of root veggies on a sheet pan and roast away.
We'll definitely miss weekends by the pool, but we're ready for you, fall. Here are the fall flavors we just can't wait to try this season:
Buy them pre cubed at the supermarket for a quick dinner or slice it up from scratch. We love tossing this veg into everything and anything in the fall.
We'll take sweet potatoes any way. Mash them, grate them, fry them, or bake them and we're showing up for dinner.
We just recently fell in love with this lesser used fall vegetable, reminiscent of a sweeter, yet starchier carrot
Canned or fresh, this classic fall favorite ends up in your lattes, pies, soups, and side dishes.
This less popular fall squash is the perfect vessel for stuffing your favorite fall flavors. It makes for a wonderful meatless dish and is hearty enough for everyone at the table.
These all time favorite veggies are back to be roasted, stir fried, baked, and everything in between.
Everything seems a tad brighter with a lemon juice or an orange wedge squeezed over a salad.
Whether you pick your own or just head to the grocery store, apples in the fall cannot be beat. Try them baked and topped with vanilla ice cream or include them in a savory dish for a little added sweetness.
It's finally the time of year for our favorite leafy green. Cook it down, bake it into chips, or serve it with your favorite dressing for a hearty dish you'll adore.
Say goodbye to the days of peaches and plums, and get excited about the hearty pear. We love slicing this crunchy fruit into salads or baking it away in a delectable tart.
Make the most of broccoli's peak season by roasting it until it's charred or tossing it into a pasta dish for a little late night comfort.
We plan to take this fruit way beyond Thanksgiving this season.
We love tossing beets in a salad with goat cheese or with a meatier lentil for sweetness and crazy color.
Perfect for a sweeter dish, roast or bake these babies for a fall treat you'll love.