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Spice Up Your Fall Recipes

Spice up your Fall recipes with these in season favorites.

We love Fall at Aisle Mine! Golden leaves, cool breezes, and hearty dishes. Eating seasonally can open our eyes to new recipes and flavors but can also reduce our carbon footprint. Check out our top 5 favorite, in season items and start planning your Fall recipes.

Apples: More than Pie!

Late Summer through late Fall

Apples are the star of the show and are a real powerhouse for both flavor and texture. Try them with oatmeal or even pop them into savory dishes to add an interesting texture or a pop of sweetness.

Our Favorite Fall Apple Recipe

We love apples in a hearty, healthy baked apple oatmeal. Seeking a little more nutrition? Then add your favorite protein or collagen powder to boost your breakfast!

Wild Mushrooms: Something Hearty for Fall

Late Summer through mid-Fall

As the rainy season begins to hit parts of the northern hemisphere, mushrooms are sprouting up everywhere! From late Summer through mid-Fall, forests are a forager’s delight! Because of this, your local grocery store is likely to fill up with a wider variety of fresh mushrooms.

Mushrooms have long been a vegetarian and vegan favorite because they can add a hearty texture to any meal. Additionally, it offers an earthy taste varying widely based on the mushroom you choose. Earthy, hearty ingredients are perfect for your next Fall recipe!

Our Favorite Fall Mushroom Recipe

We love clever takes on traditional dishes so this shiitake and jackfruit gyoza recipe is right up our alley.

Guava: Recipes for Refreshment

Late Fall

Guava can do it all. Jam, pies, porridge, smoothies, you name it. Guava harvests are ready in late Fall, just in time for the coziest part of the year.

Our Favorite Fall Guava Recipe

It’s true! Guava can do it all even…daquiris! In case you’re feeling a little too stuffy this season with warmer, heartier dishes, lighten up your Fall recipes with refreshing guava.

Turnips: Fall Recipes Packed with Nutrition

Mid-Fall

Turnips are rich with with fiber and vitamins K, A, C, E, B1, B3, B5, B6, B2 and folate. Even better? They’re also a source of minerals like like manganese, potassium, magnesium, iron, calcium and copper. They are also a good source of phosphorus, omega-3 fatty acids and protein.

Our Favorite Fall Guava Recipe

Turn-ip the heat with this delicious Moroccan turnip stew!

Cranberries: Don’t Stop at the Sauce

Mid to Late Fall

Your Fall cranberry recipes don’t have to stop at cranberry sauce! Cranberries are loaded with vitamins C, E, and K1. Also, they are easy to drop into any recipe from salads to smoothies. Sprinkle cranberries over your favorite hearty dish for a pop of tart crunch and balancing flavor.

Our Favorite Fall Cranberry Recipe

Who says salad has to be chilled? Try a delicious warm eggplant salad with crunchy cranberries so your flavors and textures are balanced.

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