What’s In Season – Winter Produce Guide

What’s in season for winter? Our winter produce guide and healthy winter recipes will inspire you to eat with the seasons while you watch the snow fall.

During the chilly months of December, January and February, many at-home chefs become uninspired by winter fruits and vegetables. But there are far more seasonal produce options during these months beyond potatoes and onions. Think outside the box for winter soups, stews and roasted veggie platters. Our winter produce guide and healthy winter recipes will keep you inspired until spring!

 

Winter Produce Guide

Winter Produce Guide

 

Healthy Winter Recipes

Check out this collection of healthy winter recipes featuring all of the winter vegetables and fruits listed above!

Winter Produce Guide

Beets

Winter Produce Guide

Broccoli

Winter Produce Guide

Brussels Sprouts

Winter Produce Guide

Cabbage

Winter Produce Guide

Carrots

Winter Produce Guide

Cauliflower

Winter Produce Guide

Citrus

Winter Produce Guide

Fennel

Winter Produce Guide

Kale

Winter Produce Guide

Leeks

Winter Produce Guide

Parsnip

Winter Produce Guide

Pomegranate

Winter Produce Guide

Potato

Winter Produce Guide

Radishes

Winter Produce Guide

Sweet Potato

Winter Produce Guide

Turnip

Winter Produce Guide

Winter Squash

 

Need more healthy spring recipe ideas? Follow our winter produce guide board on Pinterest!

 

Eat seasonally all year round:

 

Winter Produce Guide
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Winter Produce Guide
Winter Produce Guide
Winter Produce Guide
Winter Produce Guide
Winter Produce Guide
Winter Produce Guide
Winter Produce Guide
Winter Produce Guide
Winter Produce Guide
Winter Produce Guide
Winter Produce Guide

Comments

  1. What a gorgeous roundup of winter recipe ideas! Thanks for including my Dirty Rice with Collards and Leeks recipe!

  2. Thanks Letty! I can’t wait to give your Dirty Rice recipe a try – looks delicious!

  3. LOVED the Roasted Carrots and Red Onions with Fennel recipe. This was sooooo unexpectedly good! And surprisingly not at all fennel-ly’. Such a hearty dish too. Makes me want to make a cheddar-apple soup for fall to go with it!

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