zucchini nut muffins

Zucchini Nut Muffins – A Healthy Way to start your day

Zucchini Nut Muffins are a healthy way to start your day with plenty of protein and vegetables packed in. In addition, it’s great for a nutritious breakfast on the go.  Summer squashes are great to add some extra nutrition to your baking. For instance, just grate them up and squeeze out the extra liquid or…

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zucchini saute

Zucchini Saute – A Simple Summer Side Dish

Zucchini Saute is a deliciously easy way to prepare zucchini that is ready in about 15 minutes. Perfect for those too hot to cook summer nights. And it is easy to adapt to the ingredients you have on hand and adjust the amounts to feed one or a crowd.  Health Benefits of Zucchini Zucchini is…

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Berry Beet Juice

Berry Beet Juice – A Healthy Blend of Vegetables and Fruit

Berry Beet Juice is a healthy blend of vegetables with a little sweetness from the fruit. No sugar or other sweeteners are needed. And you don’t need a juicer either! You can make healthy juices using a blender or food processor.  The beets not only provide that beautiful redo color they are loaded with folate, manganese,…

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Lemon Romanesco Pasta Salad

Lemon Romanesco Pasta Salad – Lots of Fiber and Vitamins

Lemon Romanesco Pasta Salad is a delicious side dish served either hot or cold. Romanesco is sometimes called Romanesco Broccoli, Romanesque cauliflower, or Roman cauliflower. It looks like a bright green cauliflower, tastes like a milder cauliflower or broccoli, and is loaded with fiber, vitamins C and K, and carotenoids. It is also an excellent…

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sesame kohlrabi noodles

Sesame Kohlrabi Noodles – A Vegan, Grain-free Dish

Sesame Kohlrabi Noodles are a vegan, low-carb, grain-free dish that can be enjoyed as a main course or side dish. I opted for some firm tofu in this recipe, but you can use scrambled egg, cooked chicken or pork, or any protein. Here at Harvest2U, the kohlrabi can get VERY large, so the amounts in…

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Spring Vegetable Risotto

Spring Vegetable Risotto – Asparagus, Leeks, and Peas

I was skeptical when I first learned about this method for making Vegetable Risotto. It comes out creamy stirring only at the beginning, after 10 minutes, and then again at the end. Washing the rice briefly in the cooking liquid before toasting rinses much of the starch off the rice into the liquid letting you…

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apple radish fritters

Apple Radish Fritters – Naturally Sweet

Apple Radish Fritters are naturally sweet instead of the usual savory fritters. Pair them with some peanut butter and a drizzle of maple syrup for a delicious and healthy breakfast. As a bonus, this recipe works even better with those extra-large fibrous radishes that aren’t so great in salads. This recipe started as the usual Radish…

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Spinach and Sun Dried Tomato Quiche

Spinach Quiche with Sun-Dried Tomatoes

Spinach Quiche with roasted potato crust is a simple meatless meal perfect for a weekend breakfast or brunch or a meatless dinner. The hardest part is waiting for it to finish baking. Quiche only sounds fancy. It is basically just eggs and milk mixed with whatever else you want to add. Mix everything up, pour…

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Orange Sage Wet Rub for Chicken, Pork or Fish

Orange Sage Wet Rub for Chicken, Pork, or Fish

This Orange Sage Wet Rub is so simple to mix up, and it adds amazing flavor to grilled or roasted chicken, pork, or fish.  I’ll be honest, when I tested a bit of this rub after mixing I thought it tasted a little odd. The flavors hit my tongue in waves, first the sage then…

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baked avocado and vegetable egg rolls

Baked Avocado and Vegetable Egg Rolls

This healthy vegetarian baked avocado and vegetable egg rolls recipe can be made with just about anything you happen to have on hand. The creamy avocado mixes nicely with the crunch of the shell and vegetables. But, the avocado does not reheat well, so only make enough to serve immediately. The sambal oelek in the sauce…

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