Here are some great recipes from around the web to inspire your cooking this fall.
Find this nut and seed loaf recipe on our website adapted from Mark Hyman's cookbook "Food: What the Heck Should I Cook?"
These Salted Pecan Caramels from My New Roots are a healthier take on Turtles. They use the genius addition of a vanilla cashew butter for creaminess, with our delicious sprouted pecans, they are incredible.
This squash and fennel soup with candied pumpkin seeds comes from my all time favourite cookbook "Sunday Suppers at Lucques," luckily the recipe is available over at Seriouseats.
These addictive maple chilli and rosemary snacking seeds from Anna Jones (who also writes for The Guardian which has delicious recipes if you are looking for some inspiration) can also be used as a flavour enhancer for soups and salads.
Now might be the time to share a "How To" on making your own almond milk (or ANY nut milk - try hazelnuts, or pecans, the combinations are endless!).
If you have any great recipes to share with us, or cookbooks that you love, send them along, we love to hear about what is inspiring you at firstname.lastname@example.org