You might not be able to bring your Thanksgiving holiday feast out of doors if the weather is too chilly. However, these nine fall superfoods are hot! Superfoods are beneficial for your health, don’t leave you with guilt when diving into your holiday feast, and make for some truly great dishes to elevate your Thanksgiving dinner. There are many superfoods to enjoy all year, but some are particularly good in the fall as the holidays approach.
Create true splendor on your holiday table with this colorful array of farmer’s market finds…
It’s difficult to find a vibrant yellow, orange, and deep rust-colored veggie to take you into the cold winter months. But squash—from acorn to pumpkin and butternut to spaghetti—offer a delicious nutty yet sweet flavor that can be used in a variety of soups, salads, side dishes, stews, and even pureed into dessert breads.
Simply spice your squash with a bit of nutmeg and cinnamon for a true ode to autumn. You might not have known that winter squash is a little known source of omega-3 fatty acids as well as vitamin A, to promote eye health.