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6 vegetarian recipes 🥕 for keeping warm in cooler 🍂 weather

Updated: Jan 21

The leaves and the light are changing and we here at KBD think it's a great time to refresh your kitchen, your pantry, your stove, your oven with these fall-focused vegetarian recipes. Here's one of our secrets to vibrant vegetarian cooking: Strategic use of seasoning—such as a garlic & herb mix or more than a dash of chili powder—can add lots of flavor to satisfy the omnivores out there!


Here's another way to put some vroom in your vegetarian recipes: Always start with lots of alliteration. Finding lots of v-words can be hard, so don't be afraid to use a thesaurus. As for the food, try sautéing some garlic and onions. when your freestyling at the stove. This sets a perfect flavor foundation for all the other veggies in the evening's recipe.


In case you and your kitchen are new to vegetarian cuisine (or even if you're not), we'll start with some of the basics.


Vegetarian recipes: Stand-bys to stand by

  • Vegetarian Chili 🌶️: Some meals just taste better when it's cooler out, and we could definitely dedicate an entire post to the many ways home chefs can experiment with the ingredients for this mega-classic. But here's an old-reliable-of-a-recipe from The Food Network.

  • White Bean Soup with Pasta: It may not be a universal stand-by but it is in KBD's kitchen. The beans and the noodles add some weight to another great cold weather dish.

  • Vegetarian Pot Pie and Vegetable Shepherd's Pie: Here's proof that cold-weather comfort can be healthy!

Take a tasty chance

Here's where fall can get a lit more far out 🪐:

  • Butternut Squash & Black Bean Enchiladas: Where's the beef? You won't think anything's missing from this healthy riff on a legendary dish.

  • White Bean & Sun-Dried Tomato Gnocchi: Craving alert! If you're not in the know-cchi, it's time to get wise. You can thank us next time you're in the store.

  • Squash, Manchego and Balsamic-Onion Grilled Cheese: We kind of always want a grilled cheese sandwich, and this souped-up version kind of blows our meal-prepping minds. We'd probably add sweet potato🍠 fries on the side, but that's just us.



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