10 New Healthy Foods to Buy This Fall
Giovanni Rana Butternut Squash Ravioli
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.
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
Libby’s Vegetable Pouches
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
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
Gluten Free Luna Bars
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
Stonewall Kitchen Apple Cider Jam
Hatch Chile Wholly Guacamole
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)