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David Kirsch's Top 5 Healthy Fall Recipes

David Kirsch's Fall Favorites

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As the days get shorter and the weather cools down, it's natural to want to eat heavier, heartier food, says celebrity trainer David Kirsch. Unfortunately, some traditional fall favorites tend to be heavy and loaded with extra fat and calories.

Luckily, the delicious recipes from his latest book, The Ultimate New York Diet, are not only healthy, but they're packed with all the best flavors of the season. So the next time the weather's chilly outside, stay inside and try one of these mouthwatering meals.

Low-Fat Turkey Chili

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This is a great dish for a busy schedule or if you don't feel like cooking, Kirsch says. He suggests preparing a big batch at the beginning of the week and then having it readily available for lunch or dinner the rest of the week. "The chili always tastes better the second time around," he says.

Get the low-fat turkey chili recipe here!

Guiltless Barbecue Burger

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If you're looking for a healthier alternative to beef but can't quite kick your red-meat habit, Kirsch suggests trying buffalo instead. "Buffalo meat tastes just as delicious as red meat, but it comes much leaner," he says. "Because of its leanness, it also cooks more quickly."

Get the guiltless barbecue recipe here!

Sesame Chicken Fingers

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This easy-to-make dish goes over well at parties, Kirsch says. It’s also great as a light meal served with broccoli.

Get the sesame chicken fingers recipe here!

Turkey Meatballs with Spaghetti Squash Marinara

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According to Kirsch, this is the second most popular dish at the Madison Square Club—so you know it's gotta be good! He recommends serving it with cooked greens such as kale or spinach.

Get the turkey meatball and spaghetti squash marinara recipe here!

No-Fat Hummus

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Who doesn't love hummus? Kirsch suggests spicing this recipe up by adding a few drops of hot pepper sauce.

Get the no-fat hummus recipe here!


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