The good news is that there are lots of fall produce options that fit perfectly well into a healthy, balanced diet.
Apples, which are grown in all 50 states and come in thousands of varieties (seriously!), are one of my top picks because they’re nutritious, tasty, and super-versatile. They’re perfect for snacking on or cooking in sweet or savory dishes. Personally, I’m obsessed with this apple “doughnut” recipe and love to make homemade applesauce to pair with things like oatmeal and slow-cooked pork.
With so many types to choose from, it’s hard to go wrong or get bored. More benefits, here:
Apples Are Low in Calories (But How Many Calories Are In an Apple?)
Curious about how many calories are in an apple? Apples are a handy option when you’re trying to reach or maintain a healthy weight: A medium apple only has about 95 calories.