Shades of Fall

Cooking in the fall can be as beautiful in color as the leaves on the trees. Pumpkin and squash provide a rich palette of oranges. Apples offer shades from red to green like trees half-changed. Corn brings hints of yellow. Whole grains provide the counterpoint of muted browns as a background for the bright colors for a feast that is as lovely as it is healthful and delicious.

Pumpkin Irish Oatmeal

Pumpkin Irish Oatmeal

3 Guiding StarsCook steel-cut oats like a risotto for a creamy, perfectly spiced dish that will reheat beautifully all week long. (3 Guiding Stars)

Berry Baked Apples

2 Guiding StarsUse any dried fruit (sweetened with juice) and any berries you have to create a tasty dish that’s nutritious enough to serve as a wholesome snack and sweet enough to be dessert. (2 Guiding Stars)

Pumpkin Pudding

2 Guiding StarsSkip the pie crust and head straight for a lighter take on the filling with this delightful spiced pudding. (2 Guiding Stars)

Apple Crumb Squares

1 Guiding Star As delicious as classic apple crisp, this more nutritious version boost the nutrition through whole grains and nuts and reduces the sugar needed with apple juice. (1 Guiding Star)

Pumpkin Cornbread

1 Guiding Star Adding pumpkin to this whole grain cornbread adds more nutrients and brings a richer depth of flavor to a favorite dish. (1 Guiding Star)

Apple Corn Muffins

1 Guiding Star Tender pieces of apple turn these soft and moist muffins into a wonderful treat for breakfast or an afternoon snack. (1 Guiding Star)

Curried Squash and Apple Bisque

1 Guiding Star Designed by our Expert Chef, this soup is more flavorful than your typical squash soup. Serve it with a side salad and whole grain bread. (1 Guiding Star)