What to Cook in November: A Produce Guide

November Produce Guide - What's in season in November and recipe ideas on how to cook with the produce

Hello from Washington, D.C., friends! I’m here visiting friends before I make my way up to New York for a wedding. Let me tell ya, it’s good to be back in the East Coast! I was hoping to be able to catch some fall foliage in D.C. this time, but alas, it was not meant to be. I’m hoping that I’ll be able to catch a bit of foliage when I head to New York.

I know it’s been a while since I’ve posted one of these produce guides, but I’m hoping to get right back on track. Fall is probably my favorite time of the year to cook. One look at this produce list and you can probably see why. I’ve rounded up some of my favorite recipes from the blog and elsewhere to give you some inspiration on how to cook with these ingredients. Hope you enjoy!


Gluten-Free Apple Pie with Coconut Sugar by Lisa Lin of Healthy Nibbles & Bits


Simple Red Beet Power Smoothie - this simple detox smoothie is made with ingredients that you recognize! @healthynibs


They're tangy, sweet, spicy, and the perfect 30-minute dish for your weeknight meals! General Tso's Brussels Sprouts | healthynibblesandbits


Red Curry Brown Sugar Tofu Spring Rolls with Ginger Onion Paste - vegan and gluten-free appetizer! | healthynibblesandbits.com


Chicken Meatball and Roasted Vegetable Sheet Pan Dinner - easy weeknight meal with just 4 main ingredients! by @healthynibs


Easy Cauliflower Fried Rice with Baby Bok Choy - a healthy meal ready in 30 minutes! paleo, gluten-free, whole30 | healthynibblesandbits.com


Kale & Egg Bake - a simple gluten-free breakfast ready in just 20 minutes! by @healthynibs


Pomegranate Apple Cider Spritzer - an easy party drink by Lisa Lin of Healthy Nibbles & Bits


Vegetarian Cajun-Spiced Shepherd's Pie - an easy and healthy version of the classic shepherd's pie! | by Lisa Lin of Healthy Nibbles & Bits


Spicy Pumpkin Curry Chowder in a Mug - a meal ready in just 10 minutes!


Easy Slow Cooker Chipotle Chicken Chili - a delicious meal with only 15 minutes of prep! | healthynibblesandbits.com


Butternut Squash Mashed Potatoes - a healthy side dish great for weeknights and the holidays!

8 thoughts on “What to Cook in November: A Produce Guide

  1. Alice @ Hip Foodie Mom

    Lisa, every single recipe on here is beautiful!!!! I love this November produce guide. Thank you for the shout out! The gluten free apple pie and the vegetarian shepherds pie, wow!!! I want to make everything!


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