Fall - Low Fat Recipes and Ideas for Fall / Autumn
Low Fat Apple Recipes for Fall
Naturally fat-free and cholesterol-free, and a great source of fiber, apples make a perfect snack, and a great ingredient for a variety of low fat recipes, both savory and sweet.
Low Fat Pear Recipes
Pears often take a backseat to apples in the fall, but they deserve some love too. Here are some low fat recipes featuring pears.
Top 10 Low Fat Pumpkin Recipes
How many of us think that pumpkin belongs only in pie? Yet pumpkin puree is wonderfully versatile, and good for many a recipe, both sweet and savory. Here are 10 low fat ways to use your stores of canned pumpkin.
Apple and Pear Sauce
A super-easy apple and pear sauce recipe that makes a perfect low-fat snack or an accompaniment to pancakes or to chicken and pork dishes.
A Low Fat Halloween
Halloween is pretty scary if you're trying to eat low fat. Tempted by all sorts of sweet, sugary, fat-filled treats, it's hard to stay on track with any kind of healthy eating plan. If you're trying to avoid temptation, or simply trying to control how much fat and sugar your kids consume, I have some ideas for happy yet healthier Halloween.
Homemade applesauce is hard to beat. You can adjust the sweetness and texture, and decide if you want to add a little spice. Perfect as a topping for waffles and pancakes, or as an accompaniment to pork, there's always a reason to have applesauce on hand.
Top 10 Low Fat Recipes for Fall
Try my Top 10 Low Fat Recipes for Fall, using fresh fall produce, and enjoy comfort food with a fraction of the fat.
Celebrate a Low Fat Thanksgiving
Don't despair: it's perfectly possible to eat low fat over Thanksgiving without much sacrifice. You can still enjoy turkey, potatoes, pumpkin pie, and more, without abandoning your low fat lifestyle.
Roasted Pumpkin Seeds
Roasted pumpkin seeds are the perfect low saturated fat snack for Halloween. These roasted pumpkin seeds are sweetened with a sprinkling of brown sugar and cinnamon.
Eating a low fat diet should not deprive you of enjoying a Thanksgiving turkey. The breast meat is naturally low in fat, and the darker meat can be enjoyed, too. With just a small amount of oil, lemon and plenty of fresh herbs, you can roast a turkey that is fragrant and succulent.