Recipes

Garlic Sesame Zoodles

Garlic Sesame Zoodles – A Quick and Easy Side Dish

Garlic Sesame Zoodles is a quick and easy side dish that could also be a light lunch or dinner with your favorite protein added to it. A healthy dish in about 10 minutes. Zucchini noodles are a fun way to serve summer squash. You just need a spiralizer to cut the squash into long noodle…

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dandelion green butternut squash

Dandelion Greens with Roasted Butternut Squash

Dandelion Greens with Roasted Butternut Squash is a great way to prepare these bitter, but very healthy dark leafy greens. The sweetness of the roasted squash and raisins balances the bitterness, while the nuts add a nice crunch and some healthy fats. Dandelion Greens get their bitterness from phytonutrients called glucosinolates which are great for…

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Asian Pear and Rosemary Spritz

Asian Pear and Rosemary Spritz – Alcohol-Free Cool Down

What actually takes this Asian Pear and Rosemary Spritz to the next level is the infusion of rosemary, ginger, and nutmeg. After the soda’s initial sweetness, traces of these herbs and spices linger on the tongue and throat – not so much as different seasonings but just a mellow warmth. We believe it makes a…

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Apple Scalloped Potatoes

Apple Scalloped Potatoes – A Great Fall Dish

This Apple Scalloped Potatoes dish is delectable with breaded baked pork chops, which can be cooked at the same time in another cast-iron pan or ovenproof skillet. Plus! The local organic Apples that come in your Harvest2U delivery are a perfect source with this recipe. Apple Scalloped Potatoes Ingredients 1 medium (or 2 small) Apple,…

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gazpacho

Easy No-Fuss Gazpacho – The Perfect Summer Soup

Gazpacho is the perfect summer soup, using fresh seasonal ingredients with no cooking required. Some recipes blanch the peel off the tomato and others puree each vegetable individually. Neither step is necessary, in my opinion. Traditionally it is served with croutons or toast points (cut bread into triangles, butter, and toast). No-Fuss Gazpacho Ingredients 24…

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Low Carb Carrot Balls

Carrot Balls – Low Carb Sweet or Spicy

These low carb carrot balls are delicious, and a little-bit-different way of serving carrots that can be a bit boring, at times! These Carrot Balls are perfect as a dessert or a savory snack, depending on the spices you add. They whip up in just a few minutes for a tasty treat. Carrots are a…

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Vegetables for Breakfast

Vegetables for Breakfast – A Healthy Start

Vegetables for breakfast help us increase the required amount we need each day. According to the US Dietary Guidelines, most adults should eat between 1 ½ to 2 cups of fruit and 2 to 2 ½ cups of vegetables a day. But, most people do not think of eating vegetables first thing in the morning.…

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broccoli potato soup

Broccoli Potato Soup

Kids love this nutritionally-dense Broccoli Potato Soup. Who says we can’t get kids to eat their veggies? Broccoli Potato Soup Ingredients: 2 potatoes, peeled and chopped 4 cups organic broccoli florets 2 1/2 cups organic Bone Broth (Chicken or Vegetable) 1 chopped onion 4 minced garlic cloves 1 /2 teaspoon ground cumin tablespoon tahini (sesame…

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Carrot and Microgreens Juice

Carrot and Microgreens Juice – Without a Juicer

Carrot and Microgreens Juice is a refreshing dose of nutrients that can be made with or without a juicer. Carrots add a little sweetness and antioxidants like beta carotene and the microgreens have more nutrients per ounce than their fully-grown counterparts. Toss in a bit of parsley, or cilantro if you prefer, for extra flavor.…

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edible flowers

Edible Flowers – Not Just a Modern Food Trend

Edible flowers are not just a modern food trend. People have been using flowers in foods for millennia. Not only do they look pretty, but they are also tasty and nutritional too. Edible Flowers Add Nutritional Value: There has not been an extensive amount of studies done to date on edible flowers. But the research…

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