Wondering what to eat in Sagittarius season? With winter approaching and Thanksgiving on the horizon, the possibilities are truly awesome.
I'm a Sagittarius sun, and over the past year, I've learned to really lean into all the beautiful energy the archer has to offer. Sure, we can be a bit blunt or stuck in our intellects, not unlike the centaurs of Harry Potter, but we're also hopeful adventurers, always seeking new places and ideas. We believe that anything is possible, and we go after it. Sagittarian energy is super cool, in my opinion.
This season also plays host to my favorite (though problematic) holiday, Thanksgiving. And it takes us right up to Yule, so there's plenty of opportunity for feasting in this season of expansion. Let's get into it.
Sagittarius Season Foods
I haven't yet discovered many foods that are definitely tied to Sagittarius. I know there must be more than coffee and cranberries, so I'll keep looking. In the meantime, there are still some seriously delicious possibilities here.
Coffee travels the world and is full of energy, so obviously, it's a Sagittarius food. Ironically, I can't stand the stuff, but I do love Kahlua.
Cranberries, with their fiery red color, are literally in season right now. They can bring abundance, healing, love, and protection.
- White Chocolate Cranberry Macadamia Nut Cookies
- Brie & Cranberry Tartlets
- Cranberry Cocktail Sausages
- Cranberry Margarita
Jupiter is the planet of expansion and abundance. It represents growth, wealth, good luck, and boundless possibility, the perfect planet for Sagittarius.
Juicy figs bring Jupiter's big abundance energy to the table. I'm all about spreading sweet fig jam over creamy cheese.
Spinach is full of abundance energy. It also brings strength and love and is connected to the heart chakra.
Maple definitely helps you experience the sweetness in life, which I think is very Jupiter energy. Use it to call in love, prosperity, and longevity.
- Maple Glazed Carrots
- Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies
- Roasted Sweet Potatoes with Spiced Maple Butter
- Croissant French Toast with Maple Bacon Whipped Cream
Peanut butter kept me alive as a picky eater. It can bring you the energy of wealth, opportunity, and stability.
- Old Fashioned Peanut Butter Fudge
- Classic Crunchy Peanut Butter Cookies
- Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Blossoms
- Chocolate Dipped Peanut Butter Cookies
Fire foods are in abundance. Obviously, there's anything spicy, but it also includes many herbs and spice, including coriander and turmeric. Foods grown in hot climates also seem to be represented here. There's an abundance of deliciousness to choose from.
Lavender is a fire food, which always surprises me a bit given its calming nature. Bring some quiet fire into your life with a beautiful Lavender Cake.
Olive oil can lend a bit of fire energy to the start of most recipes, but you can truly celebrate it with this gluten-free Chocolate Olive Oil Cake with the added fire energy of dark chocolate.
Pineapple always reminds me of my years in Honolulu. Enjoy it with this Gammon Steak with Pineapple Salsa. It's got added fire energy from chopped jalapenos and mint.
Beer is an elementally promiscuous food. I've found it associated with fire, water, and earth. Add it to recipes for a bit of prosperity or protection.
The protection energy of black pepper is casually added to most savoury foods. Next time, be intentional about calling in its fiery protection in these recipes.
Chives make a beautiful and delicious garnish to many recipes, but they also lift your spirits and block negative energy.
- Hummus & Egg Toast with Sun-Dried Tomatoes & Chives
- Bacon & Egg Potato Salad with fresh chives
If dill was red rather than green, would it look like fronds of flame? Use it to call in good fortune and prosperity.
Let's drink up some pomegranate energy. Use this fruit to call in wisdom, insight, and new beginnings.
Rosemary can bring a little sun energy to these dark days approaching the winter solistice. This fragrant herb carries the energy of memory and wisdom.
I absolutely love the delicate scent of fresh thyme. This herb brings strenth, courage, and good health.
The tears they bring on give us a hint to where the onion's fire energy comes from. Add it to spells for protection, fertility, and passion.
- Pork & Onion Hand Pies
- Bacon Goat Cheese & Green Onion Biscuits
- Chicken & Chorizo Tray Bake with red onion
Tequila is bringing the fire energy. Call on it to help you stay in the present moment or use it as an offering to any ancestors or spirits who might enjoy it.
Apparently lime is a fire food. I don't make the rules. It does make me think of palm trees, sandy beaches, and sunshine.
Mint is one of my favorite herbs for witchcraft. It can be used for so many different energies, but I love it for resilience, abundance, and a boost of energy.
Cinnamon is one of my favorite spices, both in my kitchen and in my craft. Its scent is absolutely transporting. Call on it for healing, love, and protection.
- Chocolate Cinnamon Cake
- Hint of Cinnamon Chocolate Layer Cake
- Cinnamon Pull-Apart Cake with Lemon Glaze
- Cinnamon Whole Wheat Pancakes with Blackberry Brown Butter Glaze
Corn is one of my favorite foods, and it's closely tied to that late summer fiery sun energy. Call on it for abundance and prosperity.
- Cornbread-Topped Chili Mac
- Mexican Mac & Cheese with chicken and corn
- Vegan Sweet Corn & Roasted Bell Pepper Soup
- Chicken Corn Chowder
Fire energy means we get to eat all things spicy like cayenne, paprika, chilies, jalapenos, etc. We love a bit of heat in our house, and I love the motivation fire energy can bring.
Dark chocolate is tied to fire energy. It also brings pleasure, passion, and prosperity. I consider it one of the major food groups along with cheese.
- Chocolate Banana Muffins
- Chocolate Chip Bread Pudding
- Chocolate Toffee Muffins
- Chocolate Porridge
- Chocolate Amaretto Tart
What's in Season for Sagittarius
The harvest festivals have passed, but the festive season is approaching. Humans love a good feast, and late autumn foods are still extremely delish.
It's the perfect time of year for butternut squash. These Butternut Squash Stuffed Shells will become a meatless Monday staple throughout the season.
Citrus fruits like clementines and satsumas are coming into season right now. You're gonna love this Satsuma & Dark Chocolate Brioche Loaf. Remember, that dark chocolate also bring fire energy.
We've already mentioned some of the fresh herbs still in season, but sage should be hanging around for a bit longer. It's perfect for Thanksgiving dishes.
Though they may not be local here, it's time for passion fruits to start showing up in the markets. I love their almost astringent flavor and beautiful color.
Apple season is still in effect. This fruit can be enjoyed in so many ways, and it's one of the most common fruits worldwide.
November is all about turkey in my home country, even though I haven't cooked a turkey in years. Here are a few delicious ways to prepare this bird.
- Cranberry Glazed Turkey Meatloaf (I make this for Thanksgiving every year)
- Turkey Scallopini
- Turkey Meatballs
Nuts like almonds and chestnuts are in season this year. You can just eat them in a bowl or add them to recipes.
Pumpkin season can hang around for as long as it likes in my book. I love it, and I love the abundant and long lasting energy that pumpkin can bring to my life.
- Pumpkin Spice Gooey Butter Cake
- Pumpkin Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting
- Pumpkin Cream Cheese Muffins
- No-Bake Double-Layer Pumpkin Pie
Beef is in season just now. I know we're all trying to eat less meat, and I fully support this, but I also think a cheeseburger every now and then is sort of necessary.
Hearty potatoes are going to see us through the winter, and I for one am pretty excited about it. I think they're freaking delicious.
I hope you eat gloriously this Sagittarius season. If you make any of these recipes, I'd love for you to leave a rating and leave a comment. You can also share a photo of your creation with me on Instagram. I can't wait to see what you're cooking up.