September is very much a month of transitions. We swap our tank tops for sweaters, our lazy routine for a more strict one, and clear out the tomatoes and corn to make room for apples and pumpkin. Our most-saved vegetarian recipes this past month reflected this mood. Some of the recipes celebrated the last flavors of summer, while others were extra comforting in order to help make the dip in the temperature outside a little more tolerable.
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This seasonal twist on fettuccine Alfredo has just the right amount of nutty sweetness to it, thanks to roasted squash and garlic blended in the cream and cheese.
This hearty vegetarian stuffing is something that's worth enjoying well before Thanksgiving. It can play both side or main dish — especially if you top some with a fried egg.
This muesli-like mix is super multi-purpose: Enjoy it with milk, stir it into yogurt, or try sprinkling it onto toast.
Adding quinoa to steel-cut oats gives them a great protein boost. Finish the bowl off with whatever you're in the mood for — sweet or savory — for a filling breakfast.
While many veggie burgers have a long list of ingredients, this satisfying recipe calls for just five and comes together in minutes.
While these spicy, tangy Buffalo cauliflower bites are great all on their own, you can turn them into a meal by stuffing them into corn tortillas to make tacos.
This is just the kind of comfort food we all start to crave as the temperature starts to dip. Swapping gnocchi in for pasta makes it a meal that's even more decadent than the original.
This pasta dinner is the perfect way to celebrate the very last bits of summer produce. Lots of zucchini and cherry tomatoes are bathed in a buttery lemon sauce and tossed with noodles and plenty of cheese.
Scalloped potatoes are often reserved for special occasions, but once you realize how easy they are you might find yourself making them more frequently. They can easily become a vegetarian main dish if you serve a big green salad on the side.
It's hard to beat homemade bread. This super-simple, beginner-friendly recipe is something you'll make for months to come.