Your Meatless Menu for November!

Meatless Monday Meal: White Bean Pot Pies

The season of eatin’ is here and we couldn’t be happier! The local apples are flowing, the winter squash is ready to rock and the flavors of fall are in full swing. Get in on the meatless Fall Food fun with a delicious recipes for each Monday of the month!

 

Pumpkin Ricotta Stuffed Shells

Meatless Monday Meal: Pumpkin & Sage Stuffed Shells

With lots of ricotta, parmesan and even some marinara, these savory pumpkin and sage stuffed shells are pure #MeatlessMonday goals! Whipping these up is surprisingly easy too! All it takes is combing your ricotta, pumpkin, parmesan and other shell stuffing ingredients, filling the shells and baking them for 25-30 minutes. So, essentially, stuffing the shells is the hardest part! Pure pumpkin-y, pasta-y comfort-food deliciousness!

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Maple Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Apples and Pecans

Meatless Monday Meal: Maple Roasted Brussels Sprouts

Whether you are a fan of them or not, there is no doubt that roasting Brussels Sprouts with maple syrup, thyme, apples, red onion and pecans makes them incredibly enticing. Especially during the cooler months, we love Brussels sprouts because of their awesome ability to take on whatever flavors you cook them with. Whether you go sweet, spicy, salty, savory, indulgent, Italian, Asian or other, there is no shortage of awesome ways to enjoy Brussels sprouts!

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Thyme and White Bean Pot Pies

Meatless Monday Meal: White Bean Pot Pies

Thought it is one of the more subtle recipes on this list, these mini pot pies are sure to hit the spot. Coated with a super-simple homemade crust, they are loaded with a satiating combo of white beans, carrots and onions with flavorful thyme and white wine for some gourmet touch. If you don’t have the hour and 20 minutes, you can save lots of time by using a pre-made crust.

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Cheesy Kale and Sweet Potato Galette

Meatless Monday Meal: Cheesy Kale & Sweet Potato Galette

If your intention is to impress your guests at Thanksgiving, this galette is a great option. It’s easier than it looks when you use a pre-made pie dough, with cutting the sweet potatoes probably being the hardest part. It does take some time, but more or less you just boil your cut sweet potatoes, saute kale, prepare a simple savory custard, lay out your dough and add all your fixings. Loaded with all that cheese, kale and sweet potato, the secret ingredient to this galette is 100% the custard that you cover it all with before baking. C’est Magnifique!

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Have a favorite #Meatless meal you would like to share? Tag us with #BestMarket, we would love to see!

October 18, 2019