If you're wondering what to eat in Virgo season, the answer is everything! Falling squarely within the late summer harvest, you can enjoy it all. It's gonna be awesome.
Virgo season falls right at the heart of the harvest, and for our ancestors, food would have been abundant and celebrations frequent. It's a good thing that Virgo energy is all about hard work because bringing in all those crops certainly would have required it.
In modern times, kids are heading back to school and the lazy days of summer are coming to an end. Virgo season is here to helps our find our effeciency and and perfect your systems and procedurs. Maybe this will finally be the time that you start making that meal plan. I've got 100 recipes here for you to work with. We've got a lot of ingredients to choose from during Virgo season, so there's sure to be something everyone will love.
Virgo Season Foods
Foods for Virgo season are earthy, grounding, and a bit sweet. Virgo is often associated with the grain mother, and while the energy can be quite serious, the food is indulgent and hearty.
Maple bring love, prosperity, longevity, and protection. And it's awesome on more than just pancakes.
- Maple Panettone Bread Pudding
- Croissant French Toast with Maple Bacon Whipped Cream
- Spice Cupcakes with Maple Frosting
Mint is a hearty herb with big magical power. I especially like to use it to call in resilience and prosperity.
Dark chocolate is earthy and indulgent. Use it to bring grounding, prosperity, and love.
Potatoes are one of my favorite foods, and they're perfect for grounding spells. They can also be used to absorb negative energy, but you wouldn't want to eat them after they've been used in those types of spells. You can also use them to call in protection and stability.
Mercury is the planet of communication, and you're gonna need that energy to share all your new systems and procedures for all that organizing you'll be doing in Virgo season.
Lavender is one of the most well known herbs in witchcraft and wellness. Try this Lavender Cake to call in some relaxation and tranquility in this busy season.
Lemongrass smells clean and vibrant. Use it in spells for communication, love, healing, and protection.
Carrots are often associated with masculine energy in witchcraft. Use this sweet root vegetable in spells for love, passion, and creativity.
Chickpeas can help you beat the competition, so make them before the first big game of the school year.
Dill just smells green, and I love it in just about anything. Use it in spells for prosperity, good fortune, and emotional balance.
Pomegranate is known in witchcraft for its connection with the underworld. Use it to help connect to your inner voice and find wisdom.
Black beans carry the energy of creativity, wisdom, and prosperity. Use them in spells for communication and decision making.
Almonds are great for banishing addiction as well as calling in beauty. They're also good for universal love, which is something we all need to experience more often.
You might think all food is associated with the element of earth, but she can't be greedy. That being said, this element does get a lot of the good stuff, like cheese and bread. This list could have been very long, but here are a few highlights.
Black tea brings strength, stability and courage. Get yourself through the dog days of summer with a pitcher of Ginger & Lemon Iced Tea.
Beer is one of the promiscuous elemental ingredients. It also happens to be something I don't particularly care for. But given that brewers were among the first magicians, it definitely has strong ties to witchcraft. Use it in spells to honor home and family, as well as for prosperity and protection.
Blackberry is such a gorgeous fruit, and probably growing wild near you. Use it to call in fertility and protect against evil spirits.
Honey is basically already magic all by itself. Use it in spells for happiness, love, and prosperity. Add a bit of honey to any spell where you're trying to attract someone to make the offer a bit sweeter.
Butter can be called in to smooth out difficult situations. It also carries strong transformation energy. And it's freaking delicious.
Sweet Potatoes are like Earth's candy. We eat them all the time. Call on them for harmony, grounding, and nurturing energy.
Wheat is found in everything from cookies to pasta in the form of flour. I've got a few awesome whole wheat recipes to really help the ingredient sing. Use it in spells for abundance, fertility, and rebirth.
Spinach is tied to the heart chakra and can be used in spells for strength, prosperity, and endurance.
Coffee shows up much the same in the metaphysical world as it does in the mundane world. Use it to boost energy, bring happiness, and provide grounding.
Rice is great for abundance and for absorbing negative energy. You can also use rice in spells for protection. Scatter it around your home to trap neurotic spirits who can't help but count every grain.
Corn bring abundance, luck, and prosperity. Plus, it's extremely delicious this time of year.
Bread makes an excellent offering to ancestors and spirits. Use it in spells for grounding.
- Savoury Sausage Bread Pudding
- Fig Jam Crispy Prosciutto & Brie Grilled Cheese Sandwich
- Super Soft Bread
Cheese brings happiness, but you already knew that because of how happy you feel when you eat it. Also call on it in spells for transformation and success.
What's in Season for Virgo
Like I said, it's harvest season, so food is just begging to be eaten at peak freshness. Our allotment is bursting with produce, and the farmer's market should be off the hook in your area.
Blueberries can be used both to protect from as well as to cast hexes. Or you could just enjoy them in some Homemade Blueberry Muffins.
Some of those delicious autumn foods start to show up in September. Make these Butternut Squash Stuffed Shells for an awesome meatless meal.
Chestnuts will begin falling on your head soon. Try them in this warming Chestnut Soup.
Lamb is in season in September. It's not something I eat much of, but I did really love the lamb burgers I made for this Belgian Mitraillette.
Tomatoes are known for their passionate energy. You can also use them in spells for creativity and prosperity. And if you're anything like me, you've got way too many right now, so enjoy!
Peas are popping up everywhere as well. These little green cuties hold the energy of love, money, and protection.
Cherries are ripe and abundant, bringing with them the energy of love, fertility, and new beginnings.
Raspberries are so beautiful both to look at and to eat. They can bring you fertility and love during Virgo season.
Strawberries can bring you luck, love, fertility, and dedication. Add their sweet, feminine energy to spells to honor Venus.
Lettuce is tied to chastity, protection, and sleep. Use them to represent water and the moon.
Onions, with their many layers, bring protection, fertility, and passion. Who would have guessed that something that can make you cry can also make you randy?
Garlic is famous for its powers of protection, but it's another sneaky little aphrodesiac as well.
Turkey is in season in September. It's such a brilliant protein for quick, healthy weeknight dinners.
Apple season is nearly upon us. Will you go apple picking this year? Leave an apple on your altar to honor the goddess and to protect your home.
Pumpkin has been waiting patiently to make its triumphant come back, even though we mostly all use canned pumpkin which is available year 'round. Decorate your home with these orange gourds to bring abundance and fertility.
Beef is what's for dinner in Virgo season. Maybe you want a big pot of chili to keep you warm, or maybe it's still too hot to cook. Make a delicious burger on the grill.
Fresh herbs are abundant at the end of summer, so add them to all your recipes. It looks like rosemary is my favorite and yours as well.
Chilies & Peppers are ripening now. Jalapenos and other chilies can be used in spells for love and fidelity, as well as hex breaking. Add them to anything for a bit of fire energy.
I hope you eat gloriously this Virgo 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.