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Fall Bucket List: Cook, Bake + Save Money with Fall Produce

Utilizing seasonal produce is a great way to save at the grocery, since their cost per unit drops significantly. And if baking pumpkin and apple spice treats and whipping up warm and hearty dinners are a part of your Fall Bucket List, then you’re in luck – because there are so many delicious options to choose from this season - and so many ways to prepare them!

Fall Produce Recipes | Image source: / Photographer: Thomas M Perkins


50 Pumpkin Recipes via SkinnyTaste

Pumpkin Recipes via AllRecipes

Our Best Pumpkin Recipes via Cooking Light

50 Pumpkin Recipes via Two Peas and Their Pod


Best Apple Recipes via Southern Living

5 Amazing Fall Apple Recipes via Health

34 Easy Apple Recipes via Mr. Food

50 Things to Make with Apples via Food Network


A Fruitful Fall: 10 Recipes Made with Pears via the kitchn

20 Pear Recipes for Breakfast, Dinner, Dessert, and More via Bon Appetit

15 Best Pear Recipes via Real Simple

Pear Desserts via Taste of Home


Healthy Butternut Squash Recipes via Cooking Light

Butternut Squash Recipes via Martha Stewart

Spaghetti Squash Recipes via Taste of Home

16 Squash Recipes via Real Simple


15 Best Mouthwatering Cranberry Recipes via Coastal Living

10 Things to do with Fresh Cranberries via Bon Appetit

19 Sweet Cranberry Recipes We Love for Fall via serious eats

Cranberry Recipes for Fall via Women’s Health

Broccoli + Cauliflower

Roasted Broccoli Recipes via Food Network

10 Family-Friendly Broccoli Recipes via Real Simple

Cauliflower Recipes via Martha Stewart

Healthy Cauliflower Recipes & Cooking Tips via Cooking Light


46 Kale Recipes We Love via serious eats

Best Kale Recipes via Food & Wine

5 Kale Smoothies You Need to Try via Women’s Health

Healthy Kale Recipes via Martha Stewart

Sweet Potatoes

25 Healthy Sweet Potato Recipes via Health

19 Sweet Potato Recipes via Southern Living

Baked Sweet Potato Fries via Food Network

45 Delicious and Healthy Sweet Potato Recipes via Greatist

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