Vegan

City Market’s Cranberry Sauce

Cranberry sauce is a sure sign that the holidays are here! Try adding our classic cranberry sauce to your holiday spread—it’s a guaranteed crowd pleaser for all ages.

Maple Honeynut Squash Muffins

These muffins are the perfect fall treat! Enjoy with a schmear of apple butter, regular butter, or on their own. The Honeynut squash is a mini variety of the Butternut squash, but if Honeynut isn’t available, Butternut squash will taste just as yummy. 

Crispy Quinoa Kale Salad with Local Apples

Apple season is upon us! Try out this yummy kale salad with local apples. McIntosh, Honeycrisp, and Empire varieties all work great in this salad. The crispy quinoa adds a fun, crunchy bite.

Chocolate Chip Zucchini Muffins (Vegan & Gluten-Free)

Looking for a creative way to use up your seemingly endless supply of zucchini from your garden or CSA? Try these simple, healthy, muffins. The zucchini and banana combined make these muffins sweet, moist and chewy. Undetectably vegan and gluten-free, so they’re sure to please a crowd! Perfect for an on-the-go breakfast, or sweet treat. 

Simple Cauliflower Rice

Try out this quick and easy cauliflower rice. Great substitute in any dish that calls for white or brown rice! 

Hearty Lentil Soup

Try this nourishing, hearty lentil soup. Substitute squash or different root vegetables based on what is available or what you have at home! Serve by itself or on top of a bed of rice. 

Mushroom and Chickpea Coconut Curry

Try this quick and easy, one pan meal. Get creative and substitute your favorite vegetables, like kale or potatoes! Serve over rice with a piece of pita or naan and add some parsley to finish. 

Grapefruit, Spinach and Edamame Salad

Break out of your salad rut and make this tangy treat, with sparkling grapefruit sections, crunchy edamame and creamy avocado. It’s filling enough for a light vegetarian meal, or serve as a side for an Asian main course.

Camille's Dressing

This dressing is deliciously nutty and packs a lot of flavor into any meal! Our favorite use is to pair this dressing with a hearty kale salad. This recipe calls for nutritional yeast which is an inactive yeast and contains a number of essential B vitamins. It has a flavor oftentimes described as nutty and cheesy. You can find nutritional yeast in the City Market bulk section. 

Butternut Squash “Mac n Cheese”

You won’t believe that there is no cheese is this recipe! Deliciously creamy, nutty and tasty. Try this vegan mac n cheese recipe featuring the ever so sweet butternut squash. Mix in your favorite hearty green veggie to pack in some extra nutrients. Kale, spinach, broccoli and peas all work well in this dish! 

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