The weather may be colder but this season’s produce is firing up!

Check out these fantastic superfoods that are guaranteed to get you cooking! Get ready to make the most delicious, hearty, and healthy meals this fall.


Apples are at peak this season. You can get them at your local grocery store or your local farmers’ market. Fresh off the tree deliciousness!
You can enjoy them raw or bake them into a pie! Apples are not only delicious but are one of the health-packed superfoods. They’re full of antioxidants and rich in fiber. This powerful combo lowers the risk of heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and hypertension.

Brussel sprouts

I am such a big fan of brussel sprouts when cooked correctly. Whether roasted or steamed these leafy greens are considered nutrient-packed food. They’re a great source of vitamins C and K, folate, iron and potassium. Brussel sprouts are mostly harvested in September, so think about adding them to your diet. Thinly slice them, and pan-fry them with some pecans and dried cranberries for a delicious fall side dish.

Sweet potatoes

Have them fried, roasted, or baked. These veggies are much more than just a sideshow for a Thanksgiving meal. They are an excellent source of iron and vitamins A and C, plus they contain more potassium than bananas! That covers pretty much all your daily needs. Guilt-free, healthy, and delicious? Yes, please.


This delicious seedy fruit is harvested in the fall season (from August to December), and they are by far the most excellent superfood to munch on all day!

Packed with antioxidants, this tangy fruit is delicious in salads, as a juice, or as a snack by itself. It’s also a great source of vitamin C and folate, making them a great immunity booster. They’re also shown to reduce the chances of cancer! I would very much like to thank Kylie Jenner for introducing me to this healthy addiction.


Much like apples, pears are also nutrient-dense food, packed with fiber, vitamin C, and copper. This sweet and juicy fruit will help lower cholesterol and blood sugar levels while keeping your gut healthy and happy. Ditch those desserts loaded with sugar and try them fresh or baked