As the leaves turn vibrant shades of red and orange and the air gets crisp, there's something undeniably enchanting about the arrival of fall. With this change in season comes a delightful array of comfort foods and seasonal treats that can make it challenging to maintain a healthy diet. However, the key to enjoying autumn flavors while still nourishing your body is finding the right balance between food indulgences and good nutrition.


  • Embrace Seasonal Produce: One of the best ways to achieve a balanced fall diet is to prioritize seasonal fruits and vegetables. Autumn brings a bountiful harvest of nutritious options, including apples, pears, pumpkins, sweet potatoes, and Brussels sprouts. Incorporating these fresh and locally sourced ingredients into your meals supports your health and celebrates the season.


  • Practice Portion Control: Indulging in your favorite fall treats is acceptable, but moderation is vital; rather than completely denying yourself the pleasure of pumpkin pie or caramel apples, practice portion control. Savor a smaller slice of pie or share a caramel apple with a friend. This way, you can enjoy fall flavors without overloading with calories.


  • Homemade Goodness: Making your favorite autumn treats from scratch allows you to control the ingredients and make healthier substitutions. Consider baking whole-grain pumpkin muffins, using natural sweeteners like honey or maple syrup, and replacing butter with more beneficial fats like avocado or Greek yogurt.


  • Balance with Nutrient-Rich Foods: Ensure your diet includes a variety of nutrient-rich foods. Pair indulgent dishes with nutrient-dense options such as salads, lean proteins, and whole grains. Prioritize your protein! This balance ensures that your body receives essential vitamins and minerals even when you're enjoying comfort foods.


  • Stay Hydrated: Amidst the enticing aromas of fall dishes, it's easy to forget the importance of staying hydrated. Water is essential for digestion, metabolism, and overall well-being. Try warm herbal teas or infused water with seasonal ingredients like apples and cinnamon for a flavorful and hydrating twist.


  • Get Active: Fall is an excellent time to engage in outdoor activities like hiking, biking, or walking briskly. The cooler weather is refreshing, making it easier to stay active. Regular exercise helps burn off extra calories and boosts your mood and energy levels.


  • Plan Your Indulgences: Rather than impulsively giving in to every craving, plan your indulgences. Mark specific occasions or weekends as "treat days" when you can guilt-free enjoy your favorite comfort foods. This approach helps you stay in control and appreciate the indulgence even more.


  • Mindful Eating: Practice mindful eating by savoring each bite and paying attention to hunger and fullness cues. Eating slowly allows you to enjoy your food more thoroughly and prevents overeating.


  • Seek Healthy Alternatives: Explore healthier alternatives to your favorite fall snacks. Swap out chips for roasted pumpkin seeds, or choose air-popped popcorn seasoned with herbs. These swaps satisfy cravings without compromising on nutrition.


Balancing food indulgences and good nutrition during the fall season is achievable with planning and mindfulness.

By incorporating seasonal produce, practicing portion control, making homemade treats, and staying active, you can savor the flavors of autumn while nourishing your body. Remember that it's not about depriving yourself but finding the perfect equilibrium to enjoy the best of both worlds: fall's delectable delights and a commitment to good nutrition.



Enjoy this Healthy Pumpkin Pie by your Organicland Fam 🎃🥧



Vanilla Greek yogurt (used two good) 

Pumpkin Pie Stevia Flavor (Organicland)

Keebler mini pie crust 

Reddi whip zero sugar 

Biscotti cookie for crumble on top (or cookie or choice) 



In a bowl measure 2.5oz Greek yogurt 

Add 4g reddi whip

Add 1/2 scooop or to taste pumpkin pie flavor 

Stir and mix together 


Once mixed place yogurt mix into your mini pie crust 


I topped with 1g additional of reddi whip and less that 1g of cookie crumble 


This hit the spot for all my pumpkin lovers 🔥🎃


Macros per pie 

151 calories 

6.8g Fat 

14.9g Carbs 

6.7g Protein 


Now you can enjoy a guilt free pumpkin pie this holiday season 🙌🏼🔥🥧🎃