Ahhh! Yesterday on Instagram I asked you for some Fall Recipe recommendations and you DELIVERED! My goodness! So Im throwing them all down here to share with the masses… Lets do this more often, it is CLUTCH!
Creamy Mushroom Lasagna by Jessica Murane via Blissful Basil
Thank you @rileyw_22
I've definitely enjoyed some pretty great plant-based lasagnas at restaurants where the chef swaps in vegetables for the noodles. But when I make lasagna at home, I want it to be as close as possible to the kind I grew up with. It has to be saucy and hearty. It has to spend some serious time in the oven. And, most important, it has to have noodles! This recipe checks all o fthose boxes and is just as delicious as the 'real thing.
Butternut Squash and Black Bean Enchiladas by Ambitious Kitchen
Thanks for the rec @lbagsmo
“The butternut squash is sauteed in the skillet with a bit of olive oil and onions, jalapeno, and Mexican spices until it becomes tender. Next, the black beans are added to the skillet, along with thick cut slices from yellow corn tortillas, red enchilada sauce, and some cheese. We’re stirring up oooey gooey enchilada love here.”
Give me a Sweet Tater!
Love this quick fix @mmderry
I couldnt agree more with Michelle that a Sweet Potato is a amazeballs go to, quick and easy dinner. You can do something as simple as add salt an pepper or go crazy with some toppings. I looked up some options and landed on these 6 creative ideas by One Lovely Life.
Turkey & Sweet Potato Chili from Invisibly Enhanced
Can be cooked in crock pot or on stove top. This is great meal to cook in bulk for left overs! This dish is a fan favorite and will likely disappear before you intended it to!
Nourishing Meals Chicken and Rice Stew
Cannot get enough soups and stews @dr.leighwagner
When the weather cools, having recipes for warming, nourishing, gluten-free soups and stews is essential. This chicken and rice stew can also be made vegan by replacing the chicken with kidney beans or pinto beans. Sometimes I make two versions of the same meal for the vegan in our house, though other times we usually have enough leftovers to have a complete meal.
White Chicken Chili by The Nutrition Addiction
Thanks @loudmal cannot wait to try this one!
Wait, do you LOVE white chicken chili? I have no idea how I don't already have a recipe for this or why I rarely make it. IT'S SO MUCH BETTER THAN REGULAR CHILI.
Here's an easy recipe that I recommend doubling, making a big batch of, and either eating all week or freezing! This is soooooo much better for you and WAY more delicious than any of those rich, creamy soups you can get in a can.
Mexican Quinoa Stew Recipe by Cookie and Kate
Anything from Cookie and Kate amiright @mmgrade?
This soup sounded both delicious and easy, and it proved to be even better than that—it’s amazing! And so easy! The recipe comes from my friend Megan’s brand-new cookbook called No Excuses Detox: 100 Recipes to Help You Eat Healthy Every Day. All of the recipes are vegetarian (mostly vegan) and gluten free, with short ingredients lists and prep times.
Smokey Spanish Rice and Chickpeas by The Kitchen Magpie
Rec from Sarah @we.indulge
“This is a gorgeous, delicious vegan riff on Spanish Paella, which is one of the few dishes out there that is heavy on the paprika. Of course vegan means no seafood, no sausage, none of what I consider the best parts of paella, so while it’s definitely close, it’s more of a Spanish rice than anything else.”
I love this dish because I can make it at the beginning of the week. I can eat it plan, toss a ton of avocado and veggies on top or cook up some shrimp to include. - Sarah
Chickpea Brownies from by Becca Discenso
Rec from Sarah @we.indulge
Brownies are a special treat that just about everyone loves to indulge in, but they're usually filled with tons of sugar and processed flours. You can forget that! Instead of reaching for the boxed brands, try these brownies that are made of none other than the powerful garbanzo bean (also known as chickpeas)!
Thank you all for your recommendations. Gonna make Fall EXTRA tasty.