The Autumn season brings forth all sorts of gifts from nature. Fall provides a colorful show of red and golden hues, provides a blissful breeze to cut through the summer heat, and of course, gives us a bounty of produce to enjoy. You can certainly enjoy these foods in whole form and use them to create some delicious vegetable medleys, fruit pies, and other dishes and desserts. Alternatively, you can enjoy the tastes and textures of fall produce in condiment form. After all, fall is when you start craving pumpkin butter, warm caramel apple spreads, cranberry sauce, and of course, gravy! Whichever condiment is your favorite, these spreads, jams, jellies, and sauces will add an Autumnal touch to whatever dish you incorporate them into. And nowadays, you can find products without any milk, butter, or eggs added! Here are 15 fall condiments that are vegan and available online.
Tastin’ Jamaican Pumpkin Spice Caribbean Style Salsa
The fall season simply isn’t complete without pumpkin spice so it makes total sense that this festive seasoning is popping up anywhere and everywhere, even salsa! That’s right. Bust out of your condiment rut with Tastin’ Jamaican Pumpkin Spice Caribbean Style Salsa. This salsa is made from tomatoes, pumpkin, jalapeño, allspice, cloves, cinnamon, vanilla, and nutmeg. Reviewers are saying that this salsa is unique, tasty, very versatile, and spicy (so make sure you actually want medium if you order medium). To try it out, you can get a pint for about $14.
Eden Foods Organic Apple Butter
Source: Eden Foods Organic Apple Butter
Apple picking is fun and all, but making apple butter can be an arduous process. If you want an easier way to add apple flavor to your meals, check out Eden Foods Organic Apple Butter. This spread is made with just two ingredients: organic apples and organic apple juice concentrate. Reviewers are saying that this apple butter tastes homemade, is very wholesome (especially since it doesn’t contain any added sweeteners like high fructose corn syrup), has a slight tartness to it, and is very versatile. Reviewers have been putting this butter on everything from toast and bagels to crackers and chips. To try it out yourself, you can get one 17-ounce jar for $15.
Pacific Natural Foods Organic Whole Berry Cranberry Sauce
Cranberry sauce is a Thanksgiving staple. You don’t have to wait until November to start slathering this tart spread on everything though. Pacific Natural Foods Organic Whole Berry Cranberry Sauce is made with three ingredients: organic cranberries, organic cane sugar, and water. This sauce comes in a shelf-stable, BPA-free package that only needs to be refrigerated once opened. Reviewers are saying that this sauce is delicious and healthy, incredibly convenient (especially since they’re shelf-stable), and adds a nice flavor to whatever dish you add it to. You can get a pack of 12, 15.6-ounce packages for about $62.
Simply Organic Vegetarian Brown Gravy
Gravy instantly turns blasé dishes into amazing ones. Mashed potatoes, veggie meatloaf, and green beans may not sound that exciting but after a drizzle of gravy, they become enticing as can be! While many gravies are meat-based, Simply Organic Vegetarian Brown Gravy deviates from that trend and uses the following organic ingredients: potato starch, corn syrup solids, brown rice flour, tamari powder, sea salt, carrot, tomato powder, and a few other ingredients. Reviewers are saying that this gravy is tasty, easy to make, a great vegan option, and is versatile in terms of texture (you can make it as thick or thin as you’d like). You can get a pack of 12 one-ounce packets for $14.
McCutcheon’s Pear Preserves
Source: McCutcheon’s Pear Preserves
Although one variety of pear is always in season, fall is a great season to incorporate jams and jellies in your routine. After all, there’s nothing like enjoying the crisp breeze of fall than with a cup of coffee and a scone slathered in fruity jam. McCutcheon’s Pear Preserves is a pretty solid choice. This jar of preserves contains chunky pears, sugar, citric acid, fruit pectin, and cinnamon. Reviewers are raving about these preserves saying that they are very juicy and flavorful, can be used in pretty much everything from sweet potato fries to crepes and french toast, and are fresh-tasting. To try it out, you can get one 16-ounce jar for $15.
Kozlowski Farms Pumpkin Spice Butter
Source: Kozlowski Farms Pumpkin Spice Butter.
Once Autumn hits, are you the type of person who loves having pumpkin-flavored everything? If so, you will likely love Kozlowski Farms Pumpkin Spice Butter. This spread is made from six ingredients: pumpkin, pure cane sugar, filtered water, spices, and lemon juice. Reviewers are reporting that this pumpkin butter is flavorful, is not overly sweet, and is very versatile and tastes good on pancakes, crepes, and even savory sandwiches. You can get a pack of six 10-ounce jars for $38.
Yummy Yammy Sweet Potato Salsa
Source: Yummy Yammy Sweet Potato Salsa
Tired of tomato-based salsas that are watery, overly vinegary, and sweetened with high fructose corn syrup? If so, consider checking out Yummy Yammy Sweet Potato Salsa. This gluten-free and fat-free dip is made from flame-roasted sweet potato, black beans, water, non-GMO corn, lime juice, garlic, salt, ginger, citric acid, chipotle, cumin, and cayenne. Reviewers are saying that this salsa is flavorful and unique, “deliciously unexpected,” very versatile (people are using it in their cooking, not just with chips), and much healthier than many of the salsas available today. To see if you like it as well, you can get three 12-ounce jars for $19.
Beyond Better Cashew Sauce
Source: Beyond Better Cashew Sauce
During the holiday season, creamy cheese sauce is great for making decadent scalloped potatoes, a broccoli bake, or simply serve fondue-style as an appetizer. While cashews are great for making dense cheeses similar to brie or manchego, they also are great for making pourable sauces, like Beyond Better Cashew Sauce. This cheese alternative is dairy-free, gluten-free, soy-free, and organic. Since it’s made from cashews, this sauce not only has a nutty flavor, but it is high in nutrients in protein, with one serving (1/4 cup) having six grams. Each package contains enough powder to make three cups worth of sauce, you simply have to add hot water and mix. Reviewers are saying that this cheese is surprisingly healthy, “unbelievably delicious,” and is perfect for mac and cheese. You can get one packet for $9.
Stonewall Kitchen Old Farmhouse Chutney
Stonewall Kitchen Old Farmhouse Chutney is a gluten-free spread that actually won an award for being an “outstanding savory condiment.” This product is a blend of savory and sweet and is made with apples, sugar, brown sugar, onions, cranberries, peaches, cider, vinegar, apricots, raisins, ginger root, roasted garlic, balsamic vinegar, mustard seeds, various chili powders, and a few other ingredients. Reviewers are saying that this chutney tastes homemade, instantly makes sandwiches better, and is the perfect balance of salty and sweet. A few reviewers did point out, however, that this product is quite sugary, with one tablespoon containing six grams. You can get one 8.5-ounce jar for $12.
The English Provender Beetroot Relish
Did you know that in addition to being a nutrition-packed ingredient, beets can also be transformed into a flavorful condiment. The English Provender Beetroot Relish, for example, is a sweet, earthy product made with a fiery horseradish kick. Specifically, it is made with beetroot, sugar, vinegar, water, onion, horseradish, corn flour, salt, dill, garlic, and black pepper. It is gluten-free and has no artificial coloring and preservatives. Reviewers are saying that this chutney is excellent, flavorful, and goes great in salads. To try it out, you can get one 10.6-ounce jar for about $6.
Bianca’s Gourmet Orange-Apple Cranberry Chutney
Chutneys are really all about the blend of different ingredients to create a unique, versatile, and complex product. Bianca’s Gourmet Orange-Apple Cranberry Chutney combines exactly what the name of this product suggests, tart cranberries, sweet apples and oranges, and plenty of cinnamon and spices. Reviewers are saying that this chutney is flavorful and thick and have been using it on sandwiches, bagels, stuffing, puffed pastries, and toast. You can get one nine-ounce jar for about $11.
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