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Blueberry Spinach Smoothie

This beautiful, deep purple smoothie is bursting with lively blueberry flavor, but the nutritious organic spinach goes unnoticed — so it’s a terrific way to sneak in some greens as part of a delightful breakfast or a refreshing snack.

Green Mojito Smoothie

This smoothie from Tess Masters’ cookbook, The Blender Girl Smoothies. It’s super delicious and refreshing, with pineapple, lime, lots of fresh mint, and a big handful kale.

Spicy Celery Salt Margaritas

Never thought about adding celery to your guac and margaritas? Give it a spin with this simple and delicious recipe. The celery adds fresh flavor and crunch to the guacamole and a little something something to the margaritas without altering too much those favorite treats you’ve come to love.

Spring Mix with Curry Vinaigrette

This delicious, subtly spiced vinaigrette lifts a simple salad to a sublime level. Here it works especially well with toasty nuts, crunchy seeds, juicy apples and chewy-sweet raisins adorning tender baby greens.

Tropical Green Smoothie

This delicious smoothie is light, fresh and utterly satisfying. Enjoy it as a day starter or a mid-afternoon snack.

From Straight from the Earth: Irresistible Vegan Recipes for Everyone by Myra Goodman & Marea Goodman

Asian Citrus Vinaigrette

This light and tangy vinaigrette is a perfect partner for our Harvest Blend Salad. With less oil than most dressings, it relies on fresh juice for flavor and body. Its sweet-tart citrus taste is a delicate accompaniment to the melange of baby greens and marries well with the cranberry and walnut garnish.

Sicilian Vigaigrette

This zesty salad dressing is tailored to our Roasted Butternut and Baby Kale Salad, but you might find it pleasing on bold lettuces like our Romaine with other toppings. This recipe makes about 1/3 cup of dressing.

Famous Maple Almond Granola

“If you never make homemade granola, you’ll be surprised by how simple and easy it is,” says Earthbound Farm co-founder Myra Goodman. “Especially my delicious Maple Almond Granola, which has just 7 ingredients and is ready to go into the oven in only a few minutes.”

“This recipe was one of the first I ever developed, and it’s been a best seller at our Farm Stand in Carmel Valley for over a decade,” Myra continues. “It’s delicious served with milk, but my family’s favorite way to eat it is over plain nonfat yogurt mixed with apple sauce (about a 1-to-1 ratio of apple sauce to yogurt). The apple sauce gives the yogurt a fluffier texture and sweetens it naturally, without any of the sugar, corn syrup or artificial flavors many pre-sweetened yogurts use. If berries are in season, we often throw a handful on top. It’s yummy for breakfast or for a snack any time of day, and a handful is always a welcome treat!”

From Food to Live By: The Earthbound Farm Organic Cookbook by Myra Goodman

Sneaky Spinach Chocolate Muffins

Sneaky Spinach Chocolate Muffins?! That’s right. 😍 Give your morning muffins some extra love with superfood vitamins and minerals from our organic baby spinach. Bonus: the kids will love them too! Grab the recipe by Healthy Num Num Blog.

Baby Kale and Bok Choy with Sesame and Ginger

Unlike mature kale leaves you buy in a bunch, baby kale doesn’t need any advance prep and cooks in a jiffy. Here we’ve combined it with baby bok choy, sesame oil, ginger and garlic for a flavorful and super-healthy stir fry. A dash of mirin (Japanese rice wine, available in most supermarkets) adds just the right sweet note to balance the piquant greens. These delicious veggies make a great-tasting combo when served over brown rice.

Green Berry Envy

Looking for a healthy and delicious smoothie to satisfy your cravings? Look no further than the Green Berry Envy smoothie by Arash of Shred Happens! This month’s smoothie is packed with vitamins, minerals, and healthy fats, making it a perfect choice for anyone looking to fuel their body with nutritious ingredients. Plus, it’s made with organic Earthbound Farm ingredients, so you can feel good about supporting sustainable farming practices while enjoying a tasty treat.

Oven-Roasted Baby Kale Chips

Why buy expensive (and often disappointing) kale chips at the store when it’s so easy to make your own fresh, delicious and fabulously addictive baby kale chips at home? These from our own Chef Sarah LaCasse are so simple and so yummy, you may never settle for anything else again.