Words can’t describe how excited I am fall and all his delicious seasonal products. Like clockwork, when October is over, it comes out sun hats and strawberries, and with bottles and butternut squash. You better believe me Joe the shopkeeper as soon as the fall products hit the shelves, they supply all the pumpkin stuff. I, for one, take great joy in admiring a pumpkin on the porch when I swallow a piece of it pumpkin bread“No?” It’s safe to say that I’ve enjoyed it a bit this summer, so I’m looking for recipes that taste and feel like autumn but are healthy and nutritious. Enter: This collection of the best autumn salad recipes on the internet.
The best thing about autumn salads is that they have delicious salad bases like Brussels sprouts and quinoa, along with some of my favorite toppings like sweet potatoes and apples. I’m sure if you put on autumn food this list in a bowl, it would be pretty good. You can’t go wrong. Read 13 autumn salad recipes that will put the season into the kitchen.
Vegetarian Salad Autumn Salad Recipes
Delicate Squash and Roasted Street Salad
Why we love: Sheela Prakash she shared this recipe with us last year, and has been a favorite in the fall ever since. It’s healthy, colorful, and incredibly tasty. This recipe has the perfect juicy dressing, is gluten-free and vegan, and also has some crunchy ingredients. Plus, just appearances pretty.
Hero component: Delicata pumpkin has been waiting to shine in this salad all year long.
Grape, Avocado and Uruguayan Salad from Gimme Some Oven
Why we love: This recipe has everything I want in a salad: something sweet, crunchy, smooth and sour. In this salad, this means grapes, nuts, avocado and goat cheese. It is very tasty and uses arugula during its seasonal season and when the grapes reach the end of their season.
Hero component: Fresh arugula, shown this season.
Grapefruit Salad with Cilantro and Baked Goat Cheese Crumbs
Why we love: I spend the whole year perfectly waiting to eat a ripe grapefruit, and this salad recipe is one of my favorite ways. Winter citrus fruits go very well with cilantro, and goat cheese gives them all a creamy and delicious texture. I love goat cheese, but the author also recommends avocado to make the recipe without dairy. Anyway, this salad will be the new favorite.
Hero component: Grapefruit, for that juicy flavor that can’t be surpassed.
Apple Cranberry Walnut Salad Creme from the Crumb
Why we love: Instead of continuing to talk about apples in salads, I’ll save you and talk about the flavor explosion that comes with getting all the ingredients in this salad in a single bite. Apple, walnut, feta and cane come together in a fresh, sweet and autumn-filled way. This recipe is the perfect dish, but with chicken, it can easily be the main dish.
Hero component: Red and ripe turnips.
Grilled Winter Vegetable Salad with Crispy Quinoa
Why we love: Gaby Dalkin What is Gaby Cooking she has shared with us this beautiful vegetable salad filled with the best of fall and winter. The red pepper flakes add the perfect amount of spice, the quinoa brings out the right crunchiness and the pinto beans add some protein to the salad. It’s very simple and is sure to be a favorite fall.
Hero component: You can’t beat the cinema.
Colorful beet salad with carrot, quinoa and spinach with Cookie + Kate
Why we love: Packed with superfoods and autumn products, this salad looks just as good (and looks good). Beets and quinoa also make it more filling than your typical salad. They are dairy-free and gluten-free, perfect for serving at any fall dinner.
Hero component: Carrots are so much more than rabbit food.
Butternut Squash and Cranberry Quinoa Salad from Little Broken
Why we love: This can be an autumn salad recipe. It’s also one of the most unique recipes on this list because it doesn’t have green leaves. However, it’s a salad, and you should try it right away. The lack of greens is also perfect for preparing meals. Bonus: This recipe post includes great tips on how to cut butternut squash!
Hero component: Soaking the quinoa dressing and converting this recipe to 10/10.
Roasted pumpkin, fennel and peach salad from green kitchen stories
Why we love: If you’re looking for a healthy way to eat pumpkin, this is it. I’ve never tried roasted pumpkin and tried to eat it, but seeing this recipe makes me want to go to the store and try it today. Also, fennel and peach are one of my favorite combinations, so this salad is just about ticking all the boxes.
Hero component: Pumpkin, for having more than one Jack-O-Lantern this year.
Roasted Sweet Potato and Fig Tree Salad with Maple Cinnamon Cider Vinegar with Root
Why we love: Sweet potatoes, figs, maple cinnamon, my! The title of the recipe may be wordy, but the words can’t do justice to this recipe. The top food is a salad. Sweet potatoes and figs give the salad a certain flavor, while the dressing cinnamon is full of antioxidants.
Hero component: Sweet potato.
Autumn Salad Recipes with Meat
Autumn harvest Honeycrisp harvest of apples and feta salad in a semi-baked salad
Why we love: Putting apples in a salad is the easiest way to get to my heart. Sprinkle with candied nuts and crispy prosciutto and finish. This salad recipe protects me and I think it will taste good while all the ingredients are in season. Run, don’t walk, try this.
Hero component: Honeycrisp juicy, crunchy and delicious apples.
Autumn chicken salad from Natasha Kitchen
Why we love: Everyone loves a good sliced chicken salad, and this fall version is delicious too. He uses pears and blueberries to give the traditional recipe a fall for the fall. As with any chopped salad, this recipe is easy to prepare in advance and we toss it together before serving. Bonus points for being gluten free.
Hero component: The pears add an excellent crunch and a perfect touch of fruit.
Street Salad with Prosciutto and Giadzy’s Figs
Why we love: If this salad were to be valued in terms of preparation time and visibility, it would be left out of the lists. Guests will think that you will spend hours and wash the dishes in no time. This recipe highlights fresh figs and complements the flavor with mascarpone cheese, walnuts and prosciutto.
Hero component: Winning figs.
Once Upon a Pumpkin’s Autumn Salmon and Pumpkin Bowl
Why we love: Everything about this recipe, from the image to the ingredient list, screams to “fall”. Not only does it contain a sweet mustard salmon, it also contains a wide range of autumn products: walnut pumpkin, quinoa, apples, pomegranate seeds, pumpkin seeds and others. This is a recipe for autumn salads that will take turns in my house every week.
Hero component: Pumpkin seeds, a creative way to use pumpkin “guts” after carving.
Brussels sprouts bacon bacon salad with warm cider half-baked vinegar half-baked
Why we love: Rejoice, because the shoots of Brussels are seasonal. Whether it’s crispy in the air for frying or chopped in a salad, Brussels sprouts should be one of my favorite autumn vegetables. This recipe in particular has a special place in my heart because of one special aspect: it has warm to dress. At first impression, I was impressed with this, but after trying it out, I totally got it. The heat cooks the Brussels sprouts a little, brings out some bitterness and sends this recipe to the brink.
Hero component: Brussels sprouts, vegetable undertones.