With the chillier temperatures comes an increase in appetite as our body naturally craves warming, comfort foods.
This is completely normal and we are all about intuitive eating; listening to your body and giving it what it needs rather than following strict eating plans that don’t always feel supportive to our body’s natural needs.
Sure, we totally get that you may not want to load up on processed foods and sugary treats day after day, and that may feel like a bit of a challenge considering all the delicious fall treats they roll out at this time of year.
Fortunately, there are many healthier options available nowadays, such as nut milks and gluten free options.
Of course there are also some wonderful recipes that will still allow your inner chef to come out, but these healthier alternatives mean guilt-free indulgence, and your skin and body will love you for it too!
Go on, dig right in!
What is Fall without this classic pie? Yeah, we don’t know either!
The sad news is that those store bought options are often loaded with processed flour, sugar and it’s a sin to serve pumpkin pie without cream, which is tricky if you’re dairy-free.
This healthier alternative is just as yummy, but made without any processed ingredients or refined sugar, yes really!
There’s nothing quite like a butternut soup to warm your bones and to get you in the Fall spirit, however most are made with cream, something many people try to avoid.
This recipe provides a thick, creamy soup that is completely dairy free and loaded in antioxidants.
There’s a class of antioxidants called carotenoids that can be found in yellow and orange veggies and they are powerful free radical fighters that leave your skin healthy and glowing. Apples are rich in zinc, along with B vitamins, including B5 and B9, excellent for keeping the skin clear.
This sweet, decadent soup is a real treat!
We sure love our pumpkin spice lattes, in fact, it’s one major thing we look forward to in the Fall and we know you probably relate too!
Whenever you see the word “paleo'' you know it’s something you can feel good about, as paleo means sugar and dairy free, hallelujah!
Coconut milk makes this recipe so creamy and dreamy, and coconut milk has the added benefit of fighting internal inflammation and hydrating your skin cells from the inside out!
If caffeine just isn’t your thing then try this paleo peppermint hot chocolate recipe instead! Sure, it’s more Christmas Vibes than Fall, but it’s never too early to get in the Christmas spirit is it?
Let us know if you try any of these or if you have any of your own to add!
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