5 HEALTHY RECIPES FOR FALL

By Haley Tadlock |
September 25, 2021 |
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The start of the fall season means new schedules, sweater weather, and delicious food. However, with school, work, errands, and the holidays on the way, Fall can become overwhelming. In the midst of planning costumes, family gatherings, or travels, cooking dinner during the week can feel like a chore. Not to worry! Even in the busiest part of the year, it’s still possible to get healthy meals on the table. Here are five healthy recipes for the Fall season:

Roasted Acorn Squash Salad

This salad includes a bed of baby arugula topped with cranberries, pistachios, and acorn squash. To cut down on time, you can even make the acorn squash and dressing the night before. Each serving is 516 calories. 

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Apple-Stuffed Chicken Breast

These chicken breasts are stuffed with apples, cooked in a skillet, and can be topped with gravy and parsley. Your choice of vegetables can be served on the side. The total prep and cook time for this recipe is just 40 minutes!

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Beef Stew

This beef stew can be eaten alone or served over rice or biscuits. With potatoes, carrots, and celery, this stew has great nutritional value (and tastes just as good)! Each serving is 401 calories. 

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Gluten-Free Eggplant Parmesan

Sometimes the best recipes are gluten-free! Spaghetti sauce, eggplant, mozzarella, parmesan, repeat. This is a simple, easy recipe that mostly takes place in the oven, plus it’s only 300 calories per serving!

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Fall 5-Spice Soup

Chinese 5-spice, made up of anise, fennel, cloves, cinnamon, and Sichuan pepper, is a great way to jazz up your vegetables! The stars of the show here are sweet potatoes and apples. Prep and cook time is less than an hour.

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Life gets busy, and that’s okay! Here at REACH, we are committed to helping you in your journey to total body recovery, even if it’s just giving you a few healthy recipes.

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