When the crisp cooler Autumn weather arrives its a great time to swap your dinner sides to some that focus on seasonal fall vegetables. These vegetable side dishes, 21 healthy fall recipes, are a great way to introduce new healthy sides to your family.
When you think about fall vegetables do you think about recipes that include sweet potatoes, cauliflower and hard squashes?
It tuns out lots of green vegetables are harvested in the cooler months including broccoli, leafy greens and brussel sprouts.
There are benefits to making side dishes with in season vegetables.
Often in season produce is less expensive especially when its bought locally.
You can also visit your local farmers market to pick up freshly picked seasonal vegetables.
Visiting a farmers market is a great way to include children in meal planning. My daughter is more likely to eat something new if she helped pick it out.
New Side Dish Ideas with Fall Vegetables
If you are anything like me you get in a rut with your side dishes.
Do you serve the same sides for chicken at almost every chicken meal?
Maybe you are ready to mix up your side sides for port tenderloin.
How about trying out a new side dish for steak dinner?
I’ve got you covered with a list of healthy side dish option that feature seasonal fall produce.
Some of these recipes might look familiar to something you already make.
By switching up a couple of ingredients or using the air fryer instead of the oven you can serve your family a new to them side dish with out too much fussing from your picky eater.
There are also some recipes that might use vegetables that are totally new to you. Radishes anyone?
Don’t be too quick to scroll past those.
Give some of the healthy, less often eaten, veggies a try!
They might just taste good.
From potato side dishes to broccoli side dished to rutabaga french fries fall harvested produce offers a lot of recipe options.
The 21 healthy fall vegetable side dished shared today are a great way to add something new to your family dinner table.
Which recipes do you plan to try first? Let me know in the comments below!