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As the weather starts to cool down and summer comes to a close, it’s the perfect time to start stocking your kitchen cabinets with a few fall must-have ingredients.

Amazon Prime makes it easy with its Stock Up & Save program, which gives customers a 20% discount after adding at least $50 of eligible items to their cart.

Prime members can save up to $100 per eligible order, which includes items marked with a “Stock Up & Save” badge near the product name.

Here are 10 seasonal pantry staples that can be delivered directly to your door to help you take advantage of this new program from Amazon.

Available in 13 delish flavors like Breakfast Blend and French Vanilla, these convenient coffee pods are great for starting your day on the right foot.

Besides providing a burst of energy right when you wake up, coffee has also been linked to a long list of potential health benefits, including a reduced risk of chronic conditions like diabetes and liver disease (1).

Rich in heart-healthy fats, fiber, and a host of essential vitamins and minerals, walnuts can be a nutritious and delicious addition to your fall pantry (2).

They’re also incredibly versatile. Enjoy a handful of walnuts as-is for a simple snack, stir them into baked goods, or sprinkle over yogurt or oatmeal to give your morning meal an easy upgrade.

Raw wildflower honey can be a great substitute for other sweeteners in your diet, such as table sugar.

Not only is honey high in antioxidants, but test-tube studies suggest that it may also support wound healing, ease inflammation, and fight certain strains of fungi and bacteria (3).

Loaded with heart-healthy fats and anti-inflammatory antioxidants, olive oil is a staple in healthy eating patterns around the globe (4).

In addition to being the least processed and most nutritious variety available, extra-virgin olive oil also brings a more rich, olive-like flavor to dishes and can be swapped in for other oils in almost any recipe (4).

With its high smoke point and subtle taste, coconut oil is an excellent ingredient to keep stocked in your kitchen cabinet.

Plus, it’s versatile and one of the best food sources of medium-chain triglycerides (MCT), a type of fat associated with several health benefits, including increased fat burning (5, 6).

Canned pumpkin is great for getting into the spirit of fall. Add a scoop to smoothies, pancakes, or desserts to give your favorite recipes an autumn-inspired upgrade. Check out 10 of our favorite healthy pumpkin-flavored snacks here.

Cinnamon is known for its warm flavor and aroma, which is great for adding a subtle zing to sweet and savory dishes alike. Our seasonal cinna-faves include cinnamon roll oats, cinnamon raspberry breakfast smoothies, and cinnamon apple parfaits.

What’s more, it may even be associated with health benefits, with some research suggesting that cinnamon could help balance blood sugar levels, decrease inflammation, and promote heart health (7).

Made by roasting and grinding dry cumin seeds, this rich, earthy spice can be added to a variety of fall recipes, including homemade soups, sauces, curries, chili, and more.

Add a dash to grilled meat and veggie dishes or use cumin alongside other spices to whip up your own taco seasoning, curry powder, or chili blend at home.

Brown rice is rich in fiber, along with an assortment of micronutrients, such as manganese, B vitamins, and selenium (8).

Try swapping brown rice for other grains in your diet or adding it to burrito bowls, veggie bowls, stuffed peppers, or veggie skillets to boost their nutritional value.

Featuring a blend of black tea and herbs like black pepper, ginger, cinnamon, cloves, and cardamom, chai tea is a soothing seasonal favorite.

For best results, brew up a batch and enjoy it hot or iced with a splash of milk and sugar.