I love fall. 🍁
I love the leaves changing, the crisp air, the cozy evenings, the pumpkin spice, the abundant harvest, the turning inward.
This year, Todd and I moved to San Diego, so we’re not really experiencing much fall. Definitely not complaining, as we’re absolutely loving the sun and surf. But I thought I’d get into the fall spirit by sharing some of the favorite recipes I normally eat this time of year.
These are all recipes I’ve made in the past, some from my own blog and the rest from the bloggers I follow and love. The photos are all my own rendition of their recipes.
I hope you enjoy!
Pumpkin Spice Pancakes from Real Food Whole Life: These pancakes are my favorite! Made with oats instead of flour, these are naturally gluten free. They’re denser than normal pancakes, but I think they’re even better that way. 🙂
Breakfast Bowl from Simply Real Health: I love this because it’s not a ‘typical’ breakfast, and a great reminder that we don’t have to eat sweet foods for breakfast every day!
Butternut Squash Over Coconut Quinoa with Basil from Joyful Belly: Yum, this one is so tasty, and so beautiful with all the different colors!
Vegetarian Split Pea Soup also from my blog: Great for making a big batch and freezing for later.
Cauliflower Chickpea Curry from my blog: A fave go-to for when you don’t have much produce on hand!
Grandma’s Chicken Soup also from from Joyful Belly: So nourishing! I love this recipe for a cold fall day, or when I’m feeling under the weather.
Cashew Chai Latte from Rasa: Rasa is my coffee substitute, and I absolutely love it! Especially when I use the latte recipes from their blog (want to buy some Rasa? Use my code HAPPYHEALTHYHADLEE at checkout for a discount!)
Warm and Cozy PSL: Pumpkin Spice Latte also from Rasa: Both PSL and adaptogens – I’m sold. Adaptogens are herbs that are reported to help our bodies adapt to stress and increase sustainable, long-term energy. So I’m definitely a fan. 🙂
Golden Milk from Maharishi Ayurveda: Golden Milk is an Ayurvedic drink that’s gaining popularity in the health sphere because it has so many health benefits. I love it in the evenings as a treat if I find myself wanting to eat later than I know is good for my body. This recipe calls for whole milk, but you can use any alternative milk you want!
Pumpkin Snickerdoodle Blondies from GroundUp (I also have a discount code here! HAPPYHEALTHYHADLEE at checkout): I love all things pumpkin in the fall, so this is amazing!
I hope you enjoy these recipes, and would love to hear some of your favorites!
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