Here's an arsenal of clean eating fall recipes. They're all gluten free and dairy free with vegan and vegetarian options as well so you can stay healthy as the temperatures begin to drop.
Don't hate me for saying the "F" word. That's FALL, of course. Labor Day has passed and while many people are sulking at moving away from the summer warmth and sunlight, the fall season can have some things to look forward to as well. And wouldn't you know, I'm talking about favorite fall food and clean eating recipes.
I don't know about you, but I'm kind of excited to turn my oven on again. It's been a while and is there anything better than the assortment of fall squash? Yeah there is - creamy soups, without the cream. This line up of healthy fall recipes maximizes the fresh vegetables that are in season, while keeping things gluten free, dairy free and sugar free. Hopefully that will make leaving summertime a little more tolerable!
Clean Eating Fall Recipes
These gluten free and vegan broccoli turmeric fritters are packed full of bold flavors, as well as loads of health benefits. Best of all, you can make them in advance, and eat them all week.
This roasted garlic white bean spinach dip is dairy free and packed with protein and healthy ingredients, making it a great recipe for any upcoming party, or enjoy as a filling snack.
Asian brussels sprout cauliflower rice is the marriage of two healthy and delicious vegetables combined into one filling dish that could serve as a gluten free side or entire main course.
It only take a few clean, whole food ingredients to make this roasted cauliflower soup with chili oil and toasted pumpkin seeds. It's dairy free and gluten free and great for lunch or dinner.
Stuffing acorn squash with kale, mushrooms and quinoa make for an elegant display and complete gluten free and vegan meal in one bowl, or rather, squash!
Expand your gluten free grain repertoire with some wild rice. It's high in protein, fiber and has a host of vitamins and antioxidants. Mix it with your favorite fall vegetables for a great main dish or Thanksgiving side.
Carrot and broccoli chips are a healthy and easy way to get more vegetables in your diet. It also makes use of the broccoli stems that most people throw away. Gluten free, dairy free, and vegan.
Enjoy fall's great selection of apples with these baked apple chips with nothing but a sprinkling of cinnamon. Double down on apples with the cashew apple cinnamon dipping sauce.
While there's no meat in these meatballs, there is plenty of great flavor from savory lentils and mushrooms combined with spinach, sherry vinegar and spices. It's a gluten free, vegan veggie ball.
Cauliflower parsnip puree is a great low carb alternative to mashed potatoes when you're in need of a side, or "under-side" to place meat, chicken, fish or some seared scallops.
Spice up your butternut squash soup with some flavorful chorizo and smoky adobe sauce. No butter or cream is needed in this already velvety, tasty soup!
This creamy sweet potato and pumpkin soup is rich and luxurious with no butter or cream added. Roasting the vegetables brings out a natural sweetness and Indian spices bring some heat and great flavor.
Butternut squash takes a turn in the "Spiralizer" to create a healthy, gluten free noodle that pairs well with this brown butter sage sauce, along with spinach and mushrooms.
A great, heartier salad for lunch on a cool day, or to add as a side in a simple or more elaborate holiday feast. Roasted pears spruce up the kale and a zesty vinaigrette lightens and brightens the greens.
Stuffing a roasted portobello mushroom with cauliflower "rice," pine nuts and optional proteins makes for a healthy, tasty, one dish meal.