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110 Comforting & Healthy Fall Recipes

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This cooking guide includes a round-up of 110 comforting and healthy recipes for fall using the season’s most popular and abundant ingredients.

110 Healthy Fall Recipes

UPDATE: This post was originally published in September 2019 and has been updated to reflect new recipes + organization.

Fall officially starts September 22nd and ends on December 21st.

With pumpkin spice latte aromas lingering in the air, football in full force, the weather cooling down to the perfect crisp and cool temperature, the vibrant colors of the leaves and trees warming your heart, and the plethora of cute boots and sweaters–has there ever been a better season than Fall?

That’s before you even consider what an abundant season Fall is for fruits and vegetables. We’re lucky enough to still be reaping the tail end of summer’s bountiful produce like tomatoes, corn, berries and peaches, while at the same time moving into the peak harvests of popular Autumn vegetables like kale, mushrooms, and cauliflower before the harsh winter hits.

There’s nothing like getting fresh fruits and vegetables from your local farmer’s market or CSA to inspire clean, healthy eating. Read on to discover some recipes that are bound to become some of your favorites this fall!

Table of Contents

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Pumpkin pancakes stacked high topped with bananas and syrup.

Fall Breakfast Recipes

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Pumpkin spice latter in a clear glass on a table with a gold spoon filled with coffee beans.

Fall Drinks + Smoothies Recipes

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Cauliflower soup in two white bowls topped with bacon and chives.

Fall Soup Recipes

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Kale salad with grapefruit, avocado, pancetta, granola, and red onion in a white bowl.

Fall Salad Recipes

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Chimichurri steak served up in a white bowl with roasted potatoes, avocados and pickled red onions.

Fall Dinner Recipes

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Roasted root vegetables topped with blue cheese and pumpkin seeds on a big white platter.

Fall Sides Recipes

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Apple Crisp in a blue and white bowl topped with ice cream on a table with apples, spoons, and pecans.

Fall Dessert Recipes

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Creamy vegan mac and cheese being stirred in a light blue bowl and served into small ramekins.

Vegan Fall Dinner + Sides Recipes

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A stack of pumpkin pancakes with banana and syrup.
4.5 from 2 votes
Servings: 4 servings
Pumpkin Pancakes & More Healthy Fall Recipes
Prep Time
8 mins
Cook Time
10 mins
Total Time
18 mins
These Chocolate Pumpkin Paleo Pancakes taste totally indulgent, yet are actually super healthy and guilt-free! You'll never know that these pancakes are packed with protein while boasting both a low carb and low sugar content. Perfect for fall breakfasts, or any time of year!
  • 4 eggs, beaten
  • 1/2 cup pumpkin puree
  • 1 ripe banana, mashed
  • 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
  • 2 tablespoon Health Warrior's chocolate protein powder
  • 2 tablespoon coconut flour
  • 2 tablespoon ground flaxseed
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice
  • pinch salt
  • Coconut oil spray to grease pan
  • Optional: serve with organic maple syrup and top with crushed Health Warrior pumpkin seed bars and/or banana slices and organic, grass-fed butter
  1. Whisk wet ingredients together in a large glass bowl; whisk in dry ingredients until smooth.

  2. Spray hot skillet with coconut oil, but keep heat level to medium low to avoid burning pancakes on the outside. Add batter to make pancakes of your desired size. When a few bubbles appear, flip the pancakes once to finish cooking (about 2-3 minutes per side). Repeat until all batter is gone.

  3. Optional: Garnish with a pat of hot butter, a drizzle of maple syrup and/or crushed Health Warrior pumpkin seed bars and/or banana slices.

Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: American
Keyword: chocolate pumpkin pancakes, coconut flour, healthy pancakes, low carb, low sugar, paleo pancakes, protein
Calories: 213 kcal
Author: Kate Kordsmeier

Any healthy Fall recipes that we missed? Let us know in the comments below!

This cooking guide includes a round-up of 110 comforting and healthy recipes for fall using the season’s most popular & abundant ingredients.

Photo Credit: Heidi Geldhauser

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14 comments on “110 Comforting & Healthy Fall Recipes”

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  2. It has so much to know to start from the recipes and ending on the taste everything looks perfect on the image everything is rounded up well with a perfect information. thanks keep posting.indeed.

  3. Great breakdown for seasonal eating this fall. All my favorites!

  4. I love all of these veggies so much and your post made me so excited for our fall CSA to start! I really am going to have to do more with cauliflower this fall. I love it, and you’re right. It is the on trend veg right now!

  5. What a great collection of fall recipes! Thanks for the inspiration!

  6. Love this so much! What a great round up!!

  7. Wow what a wonderful roundup. I’m terrible for going straight for unhealthy cheese laden, cream filled, carb-fests the second the weather turns but now I don’t have to!

  8. What a delicious roundup!! I looove all of these seasonal foods. Looking at this is making me hungry! 😉