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Fall Time Veggies

Autumn is here, which means the deep greens and beautiful oranges are in season. We’re talking sweet potatoes, butternut squash, beets, brussel sprouts, and pumpkin. These fall veggies don’t have to just be intimidating foods to stray away from. Check out these delicious ways to let these veggies shine this season.

Red & Sweet Potatoes

With the ability to be fries, casserole, salad, chowder, and more there’s so much you can do with this fall vegetable staple! Looking for an easy way to incorporate potatoes without dedicating your entire day to cooking?

Try it out: Honey Roasted Sweet Potatoes

hand picking up red skin potato from pile

Butternut Squash

Butternut squash is one fall veggie that doesn’t get enough credit. With bright fall colors and full of taste, squash should be your go-to fall dish this season.

Try it out: Herbed Butternut Squash

slices of butternut squash and seeds

Beets

Pickled isn’t the only way to enjoy this vitamin rich veggie. If you’re on the fence about beets, promise you’ll give it a shot. They’re easy to prepare and rich in flavor. Did we mention the health benefits? Plus, the kids will love the fun reddish-purple color.

Try it out: Roasted Beet Wedges

beets laying on table next to carrots

Brussel Sprouts

We know, we know. Brussel sprouts. But really, you shouldn’t make excuses to not eat this one. Ignore those bad childhood memories of steamed brussel sprouts for dinner and mom not letting you leave before finishing your plate. This time is different- we added parmesan cheese! Yes, cheese.

Try it out: Parmesan Roasted Brussel Sprouts

brussel sprouts

Pumpkin

When you think pumpkin, your mind probably wonders to your family’s traditional Thanksgiving pumpkin pie. But pumpkins don’t have to be for dessert only. We’ve got a recipe to help prove that pumpkin is for more than just pie. 

Interested in more ways to use every piece and part of your pumpkin? Here are some tips and tricks.

Try it out: Black Bean Pumpkin Chili

woman holding pumpkin

There you have it! These are some of the easiest ways to spice up your recipe book just in time for fall. Feel free to share with us what you made using #NatureSeal on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.


 *NatureSeal keeps sweet potatoes, beets, and Brussel Sprouts from browning. Find out more here: https://www.natureseal.com/industries/processors/fresh-cut/



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