As the leaves begin to change colors, many crops enter their harvesting season and find their way into farmer’s markets. From favorites such as apples and grapes to corn and green beans, autumn is usually the season to try out a new recipe or two.
Apples – Aside from the obvious (yet always delicious) apple pie, they are great tossed into salads, pureed into soups, sauces, and smoothies. Add some spice to your day by preparing this special cinnamon applesauce recipe.
Grapes – Take advantage of the last grapes of the season and use this sweet fruit in salads, punches, smoothies, and baked goods. Impress everyone with this family-friendly Roasted Grape Crostini recipe.
Green Beans – One of the best ways to serve green beans is to blanch them until tender yet crisp. Green beans make a great low-carb snack but can also be a great addition to salads, casserole, and soups. Try this simple skillet green beans recipe as a compliment to a protein-based meal.
Corn – Corn never fails to stand out for its sweetness and versatility. There are countless ways to cook and serve it, but you can enjoy it in soups, salads, casseroles, and bread. So consider making this fantastic cornbread recipe for the whole family to enjoy!