Jump into summer with this refreshing watermelon salad. Watermelon and feta are the perfect combination of salty and sweet. Add dried chamomile leaves to bring out the mint for a charming finish.
Enjoy this refreshing quinoa salad packed with fresh herbs, seasonal local vegetables and juicy grapes! Perfect accompaniment to any outside celebration. Get creative and substitute your favorite summer produce.
Try out this quick and easy cauliflower rice. Great substitute in any dish that calls for white or brown rice!
This one-pot meal is a savory delight. Mushrooms and chicken make a natural pair, and peas add texture and provide a good source of vitamins A, C and fiber.
A ramen bowl is a warming and hearty meal in itself, and so easy to customize to your own taste. Use leftover baked marinated tofu or extra-firm tofu cubes instead of the eggs; add spring peas (with or without the pod); or substitute fresh spinach for the cabbage.
Acai berries (pronounced ah-sai-ee) are small, dark purple berries that come from the acai palm tree native to Central and South America. They are packed with nutrients and antioxidants so adding them to your morning smoothie bowl is the perfect way to start your day! Blend with your favorite frozen fruit and top with whatever toppings suit your fancy. Acai packets can be found in our freezer section.
Looking for a little pick-me-up? These tiny treats don’t take up much room in your bag, but pack enough energy to fortify you for a vigorous hike or long day at work. Dates provide a natural, fiber-rich energy boost, while cocoa and matcha contribute antioxidants (and a little caffeine).
Dress up simply broiled asparagus with this luscious lemony, tarragon aioli. This dish is a delicious side for poached or baked tilapia or salmon or with a hearty grain-based pilaf or salad. Serve asparagus warm or at room temperature, with aioli for dipping, or place the asparagus on a platter and drizzle the aioli down the center.
Try this new springtime special! The ginger in the purée and arugula on top add a unique, spicy bite. Make it your own by substituting pesto for the base and add any of your favorite spring vegetables for toppings