Our November produce guide is a full list of all the fruits and vegetables in season this month. While we are seeing the bright fruits of summer gone for a while, there are plenty of hearty and flavorful vegetables and fruits to choose from as fall gives way to winter. Below we are providing you not only with a produce guide for November, as well as recipes to inspire seasonal fall cooking!
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As we enter the heart of autumn, it’s time to get to know the produce that is in season to create dishes that are full of seasonal flavor. This month you will see a lot of your favorite fruits and vegetables that you usually see on the Thanksgiving table! It doesn’t matter if you are planning for the cozy vibes of the season or need to get started on your Thanksgiving menu, our November produce guide has you covered.
The variety of fruits and vegetables that are currently in their prime if varied and delicious! This is the way we guide our cooking for the season, so that we can make the most of what’s available this time of year.
In November, the world transforms with its vibrant display of colors, and so does our produce. There is the earthy goodness of root vegetables to the bright vibrance of citrus that is starting to come into season in the chilly months of the year. From family gatherings to new recipes for weeknight dinners, this November produce guide is your ultimate source of inspiration.
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Below you will find a complete guide to all of the vegeatbles in season in November. Keep this handy list close whenever you go grocery shopping or are doing your meal/menu planning.
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Now for a full list of all the fruits that are in season in November!
november seasonal recipes
Now that your taste buds are tingling, let’s get into some inspiration for cooking this season. Below you’ll find our favorite November recipes that can be made any night of the week. These are easy recipes that can be made any night of the week, but also for fall gatherings.
Looking for recipes for Thanksgiving? My Thanksgiving recipes page is full of ideas for your menu!
Lemon Agave Margarita
A Lemon Agave Margarita is a bright and citrusy take on the classic margarita, but without that pesky over-sweetened margarita mix. Made with fresh lemon juice and agave, this margarita is fresh and vibrant. Plus it can be rimmed with salt OR sugar, depending on your mood!
Roasted Cranberry Goat Cheese Crostini
Roasted Cranberry Goat Cheese Crostini is a simple, festive appetizer everyone will swoon over! The mixture of textures and flavors works from Thanksgiving all the way through New Year’s Eve. Plus it’s a fantastic recipe to make ahead of time or to bring over for potlucks!
Instant Pot Mashed Potatoes with Roasted Garlic and Parmesan
Instant Pot Mashed Potatoes with Roasted Garlic and Parmesan are the easy way to make your favorite side dish! No more waiting for water to boil, because the Instant Pot does all the work for you. Made with roasted garlic and parmesan, the potatoes are creamy, cheesy, savory bliss.
Cheesy Pumpkin Gnocchi Bake
This Cheesy Pumpkin Gnocchi Bake is fall comfort food at its finest! The simple combination of classic flavors with pumpkin and sage elevates a humble pasta bake to something a little more sophisticated (without adding more work!).
Cranberry Cheesecake Mousse
Cranberry Cheesecake Mousse is smooth, fluffy, and full of tart flavor from fresh cranberries! With a crunchy graham cracker crumble, you get all the elements of a cheesecake without all the work of making one. It’s the ideal ending for any holiday meal.
Cheesy Maple Bacon Hasselback Sweet Potatoes
Cheesy Maple Bacon Hasselback Sweet Potatoes are a wholesome holiday side dish that is nice and hearty! Made with a combination of gooey cheeses, these potatoes are topped with cheese AND maple candied bacon.
Pumpkin Sage Biscuits
Pumpkin Sage Biscuits are a flaky, buttery treat that are sure to become a new family favorite. The easy homemade buttermilk biscuits are made from scratch, and they go with everything!
Bucatini Cacio e Pepe with Broccoli
Bucatini Cacio e Pepe with Broccoli is the classic cacio e pepe (cheese and pepper) minimalist pasta, with some vegetables mixed in. The creamy sauce is made from simple ingredients and the result is creamy, peppery, rich, and absolutely out of this world. It’s a quick and easy dinner everyone will love!
A Cranberry Mimosa (also know as a poinsettia cocktail) is a festive take on mimosas with a cranberry twist. With just three ingredients, they are ready in less than 5 minutes! Perfect for serving at any holiday gathering from Thanksgiving to Christmas.
Freezer Spicy Herb Pumpkin Lasagna
Freezer Spicy Herb Pumpkin Lasagna is an incredible pan of layers of cheese, herbs, pumpkin, spicy sausage, and more cheese. It makes for a fantastic freezer-friendly dinner!
Fried Mexican Potatoes
The flavor of these Fried Mexican Potatoes is irresistible! Crispy, perfectly cooked potatoes are mixed with fresh cilantro, a homemade Mexican seasoning, and a touch of butter, so they are bursting with flavor. They are the ultimate side dish, snack, or addition to your breakfast spread!
Need more inspiration for fall cooking/baking? Check out my fall recipes page!
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