If you think salads are only for warm weather, be ready to have your mind blown. Believe me, these are perfect and so satisfying when the temperature is dropping outside. Roasted veggies, thinly sliced fruit, quinoa—drooling yet? As for dressing, leave the murky bottled ranch in the back of your fridge and reach for fresh citrus, honey, and seasonal spices instead.

Maple Roasted Quince and Brussels Sprout Salad by Brooklyn Supper

This is one of those salads that doesn’t even make it from the serving dish to dinner plates. Tender Brussels sprouts with quince tossed in a sweet and spicy dressing. Yumminess! PS: You can swap the quince for apples and pears.

Citrus Chicken Quinoa Salad By Sally's Baking Addiction

A warm grain salad is as cozy as any pasta, but packs tons of protein. This salad is coated in a lime and orange dressing, and chunks of buttery avocado in every bite. Just take the mixing bowl and a fork to the couch and enjoy!

Roasted Pumpkin and Kale Salad by Feasting at Home

Essentially fall on a platter, this salad could be a meal on its own - vegan and gluten free! For extra richness, add crumbled goat cheese, or try farmer’s cheese. 

Roasted Beets and Beet Greens with Goat Cheese Crostini by Cooking and Beer

Did you know that the beets greens are totally edible and  delicious? Roast the beets and sauté the greens, then bring them all together with an orange-kissed dressing. Serve with many slices of sourdough toast smothered with goat cheese.

Fennel Roasted Carrot Shallot Salad with Shaved Apples by Dolly and Oatmeal

One of those dishes that continues to have flavour, texture and depth in each bite, while also being really simple to put together and enjoy. No carrots? This salad would be just as satisfying with sweet potatoes or parsnips.

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