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6 Fall Recipes To Add To Your Meal Prep Routine

October 8, 2019

Fall has definitely arrived here in Seattle! During the autumn and winter months, I’m much more inclined to cook at home, enjoy earlier nights and eat out less. This is a great time to experiment with some easy and wholesome recipes that will support your body through the colder months.

If you’re cooking for a crowd or batch cooking, simply double the ingredients for each recipe below.

I hope you enjoy these as much as I do!

10 Minute Vegan White Bean and Kale Soup (pictured above)

Soup is a go-to at my house during the colder months. I especially love how simple and quick this recipe is (only 10 ingredients – most of which you probably already have at home.) It’s loaded with veggies and cannellini beans for a hit of plant-based protein and extra fiber.

(Vegan + GF)

Zesty Lemon Herb Quinoa

I make this quinoa recipe frequently. It’s seasonally versatile so I often serve it cold in the spring/summer and warm in the fall/winter. This also makes an excellent filling for wraps or on top of a salad.

(Vegan + GF)

Creamy Thai Green Curry

Who doesn’t love a comforting curry? This recipe has a lot of room to play, meaning, you can use any vegetables that you like and serve it alone or on top of brown rice (my favorite) or quinoa. The options are truly endless with this simple-to-make dish.

(Vegan + GF)

Easy One Pot Vegetable Soup

There’s nothing better than tossing a handful of ingredients into a large stockpot and letting it simmer all day while you go about your task list. (Checking it frequently of course!) I love to make a big batch of this soup on a Sunday and eat it throughout the week when I need something simple and quick.

(Vegan + GF)

Sweet + Spicy Roasted Cauliflower Salad

I can’t get enough of the sweet & spicy flavor profile this warming salad has. Cauliflower creates a neutral base for ingredients like caramelized leeks, plump raisins and earthy nutmeg to play. This can also be served cold and tastes even better heated up the next day!

(Vegan + GF)

Healthy Peanut Butter Granola Bars

Sometimes you just need a little extra something to get you through the afternoon slump. These delicious bars are the perfect combination of protein, carbohydrates, and healthy fats that will keep you fueled and satiated until your next meal.

(Vegan + GF)

Happy cooking!

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