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10 New Healthy Foods to Buy This Fall

Giovanni Rana Butternut Squash Ravioli

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This seasonal offering is made from top-quality ingredients—and squash is the first one on the ingredient list. Rana’s filled pasta is super-thin, so it has fewer carbs than dried pasta, and thanks to ricotta and Parmesan, this pasta packs 8 grams of protein per serving. ($5; grocery stores) Love pasta? Try one of these 12 Pasta Dishes Under 500 Calories.

Plum Vida

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These pouches, which are adult versions of the pureed fruit blends so popular with kids, come in grown-up flavors like pineapple carrot mint and pear kale spinach celery. Each pouch has 1/2 cup fruits and vegetables, 3 grams of fiber, and just 70 calories. ($2; Target)

Wonderful Sweet Scarletts

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These Texas-grown grapefruits are sweeter and redder than other varieties, so no need to add any sugar. Use them in salads, add to smoothies, or enjoy with your breakfast. ($1 per pound; grocery stores)

Libby’s Vegetable Pouches

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Lighter and more environmentally friendly than canned vegetables, these pouches are microwave safe, so you can heat them right in the bag. They cook in less than a minute, making them a great backup for a last minute dinner side. ($1.18; Walmart stores) Never get stuck again! Keep The Top 5 Recipes Every Woman Should Know in your back pocket.

Tribe Hummus Farmer’s Market Collection

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Pair your pita wedges and crudités with these veggie-based fresh new hummus flavors: Harvest Carrot & Ginger, Cucumber Tzatziki, and Vine Ripened Tomato & Basil. ($3.50; grocery stores)

Thomas’ Whole Grain 100% Whole Wheat English Muffins

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Part of the new “better for you” line from Thomas’, these healthier versions of the breakfast staple have 25 grams of whole grains and 6 grams of protein. ($3.40; grocery stores)

Gluten Free Luna Bars

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Now gluten-free gals can enjoy Luna bars too—the full line, including favorite flavors like lemon zest, s’mores, and peanut butter cookie, is transitioning to be gluten-free as of this fall. And if you’re not gluten-free, you'll be happy to hear that they taste just as good as they always have. ($1.40; wherever bars are sold) If you'd rather make your own bars, check out 6 Homemade Vegan Energy Bars.

Garden Lites Broccoli Cheddar Bakes

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These freezer-aisle finds work as a small meal or even a dinner side, and are packed with healthy grains (brown rice) and protein (egg whites). Stash a few for snacking, lunch, and dinner emergencies. ($4; grocery stores)

Stonewall Kitchen Apple Cider Jam

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This jam tastes just like apple pie—but with just 30 calories per tablespoon, you can savor the fall flavor every day, without doing any waistline damage. ($8; stonewallkitchen.com)

Hatch Chile Wholly Guacamole

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This new variety gets an extra kick from roasted hatch and jalapeno chilis. The spice will warm up your burritos, tacos, chips, and sandwich recipes this fall. ($2; grocery stores)

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