Serve with greens, cucumber, fish, or more delicate vegetables.
We love the flavor in this dish, a delightful melody of sesame, ginger and maple syrup. Try it over udon noodles or rice and accompany it with steamed broccoli or other crunchy vegetables.
This recipe looks too healthy to be tempting, but it is utterly delicious and has quickly become one of our favorite ways to eat greens.
This sweet and slightly spicy sauce is delicious spooned over a fresh summer salad. Arrange the salad ingredients on a large platter and have each person help themselves and add the sauce to their plate.
These muffins have a nice, fluffy texture and provide good energy. They were taught in a City Market class on healthy snacks for active lifestyles.
If youre familiar with Lara Bars (one of the original healthy fruit bars with 5 ingredients or fewer), these are a version of the bar called Cherry Pie. We use local dried cranberries instead of cherries. See below for a chocolate variation! This recipe was taught in a City Market class on healthy snacks for active lifestyles.
This quick and easy recipe is great for parties and potlucks.
Both kids and adults will love these popsicles!