Bite into Fall Flavors
Get inspired with recipes from ECOlunchbox celebrating autumn
Traditional school and neighborhood activities will probably be limited this year in light of the pandemic, depending on where you live, so scheduling an enjoyable fall season for your family will take some ingenuity and advance planning.
We’ve put together a round-up of our favorite ECOlunchbox fall recipes to inspire you to plan some family time in the kitchen that will warm your hearts, fill your home with connection (everyone uplugs from Zoom!), and result in healthy, seasonal foods we think the whole family will enjoy.
Sure, candy is the quintessential treat when it comes to Halloween, but let’s take a moment to think outside the box and tune our menu to the bounty of seasonal fall ingredients, like pumpkins, butternut squash, apples and more.
Pumpkin Pie Trail Mix
This cozy trail mix makes the perfect on the go snack or breakfast topping… (click to read more)
Butternut Squash Faux Mac and Cheese
This delicious pasta dish may looks like the traditional macaroni and cheese, but the golden color actually comes from squash… (click to read more)
Autumn Almond Butter Apple Bites
Ok kids, time to roll up your sleeves. Let’s ditch sugary, processed snacks in favor of this quick-and-easy seasonal recipe… (click to read more)
Jennie’s Halloween Lunch
While my son was growing up, I made this, or some version of it, every year. He still mentions it around this time of year, even as a teenager… (click to read more)
Roasted Butternut Squash & Quinoa Salad
This roasted butternut squash and quinoa salad recipe combines the savory tastes of butternut squash with the comfort of a quinoa salad… (click to read more)
Organic Roasted Pumpkin Seeds
Roasted Pumpkin Seeds are delicious, nutritious, and the perfect replacement for popcorn or chips on family movie nights… (click to read more)So as the weather cools and pushes us indoors, take a moment to plan ahead for those boring quarantine moments. Stock up on a few staples for these autumn recipes so when online schooling is done everyone can unplug from their digital devices and head to the kitchen to whip up some yum together. Now is the ideal time to build new holiday traditions!