Cozy up with Healthy fall foods This post was sponsored by BabbleBoxx but the opinions are my own.
The truth is– I LOVE to eat. I like to bite, chew and swallow. I love food. There are these people who claim that they can’t believe that they “Forgot to eat” well I can tell you that I personally have NEVER MISSED A MEAL. I’m always hungry-and I have a terrible sweet tooth which I am trying to satisfy with healthier cravings.
While chilly fall weather might make you want to curl up with not so healthy comfort foods and snacks, the good news is I’m about to regale you with Healthy fall foods. Best of all, you won’t need a chef’s setup or skills to make these recipes for your family; all of these foods don’t require much more than an oven, stovetop, and the average 25 square feet of counter space that you can find in most American kitchens.
Cozy up with these Healthy fall foods that will fill your belly satisfy those comfort food cravings!
First up Savory Snacks! Orville Redenbacher’s Pop Kits are the quintessential way to get your popcorn fix! They feature a perfectly proportioned bag with the just the right amount of oil and salt to make whipping up a pot of popcorn in literally minutes that is popped to perfection. They are so easy to make; just cut, pour, and pop. This popcorn has great taste, no artificial flavors and is as close to popcorn perfection. Learn more at orville.com.
Next up satisfy your sweet tooth with Reddi-Wip Zero Sugar Whipped topping! It has no sugar, no carbs and at 15 calories per serving it is a real treat to add to any dessert.
Reddi-wip Zero Sugar will give your coffee that extra pop, it will elevate any old cup of fruit or waffles and of course is a great accompaniment to smoothies, sundaes, and all your favorite keto desserts.
The best part is that this whipped topping contains no artificial flavors is gluten free and keto-friendly.
And for the main course I made my vegetarian chili with fried tofu instead of meat and using Hunt’s tomatoes made it all the more special. Hunt’s Basil, Garlic and Oregano stewed tomatoes are vine ripened and picked at the peak of ripeness and seasoned with a fantastic blend of Italian seasonings and basil, garlic and oregano. I also added Hunt’s Fire Roasted Diced tomatoes, also picked at the peak of ripeness, to my chili. Best of all Hunt’s tomatoes have no artificial preservatives or ingredients and are Non-GMO Project Verified. Using these tomatoes makes any dish better. You could spoon them right out of the can and eat them they are that delish!
When making chili I like to serve it on a bed of rice and Success Rice was a great accompaniment. Success boil-in-a bag rice is so easy and comes out soft and fluffy every time. It is the absolute easiest way to prepare rice (no rice cooker needed) just place the bag in the water and boil. Within 10-15 minutes you take out the bag and the rice is ready to eat.
I loved the Jasmine Rice and the quinoa is just as easy to make and protein packed to boot. I should also mention that the Jasmine Rice is also naturally Gluten Free, Non-GMO Project Verified and free of MSG or preservatives. Great for any meal it takes the guesswork out of making rice and gives you a chance to focus on your main course.
Are you ready to cozy up with Healthy Fall foods? Which ones of these will you add to your pantry?
Fatima T says
I need to add jasmine rice to my list for recipes this fall. The kids loved it when I made it the first time. And yes, all the popcorn for us!
Thanks for the healthy family food suggestions. I love Jasmine rice too!
These are great! Cozy fall foods are my jam. I do love to eat!