15 Delicious Spring Produce Recipes

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Once a hint of spring starts to show, you will notice an abundance of green produce such as asparagus, spinach, artichokes, and more! This means that you will have more sources to eat healthily during the season. With that said, are 15 healthy and delicious spring produce recipes you will love! 

15. Edible Nasturtium Leaves: Foraging for Your Dinner

These stuffed nasturtium leaves are like a forager’s version of Greek dolmades. Edible nasturtium leaves have a peppery flavor. Here, they’re filled with rice and vegetables, but this recipe can be made vegetarian or with meat.

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14. How to Make Rhubarb & Honey Soda (With Lacto-Fermentation!)

I love making probiotic sodas at home. It’s fun and easy, and it’s cool to be in control of how sweet, how fizzy or how tart is turns out. One of the first sodas I made was Elderflower Soda, and after that success, I made a quick batch of Rhubarb Soda, and it was also a hit. Now that it’s almost spring, it’s Rhubarb Season again, so I whipped up the first batch of the year, this time using local honey as well. It’s kind of like lemonade, with a rosy flavor– so nice! Plus… Probiotics! What a nice way to get some more into your family. As with most home fermentation projects, this formula is flexible.

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13. Flat Beans And Potatoes

I love going to the farmers’ market. I’d rather do that that almost anything else. There’s just something about all of the smells and colors and people, especially during autumn that makes me happy… it feels like home.

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12. Sweet Potato Apple & Swiss Chard Stew

The second that it started to feel like fall was finally in the air, I started clicking through all of my favorite blogs and sites and I happily flipped through my favorite beautiful cookbooks looking for inspiration for what kind of soup or stew to make. This sweet potato apple & swiss chard stew was the perfect choice.

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11. Sauteed Squash Blossoms

Before this season, I had never cooked squash blossoms before. I’ve eaten them, but not cooked them. I think the delicate nature of them had me in a kind of awe. They are so pretty, and so dainty that you can almost see through them. But after making these sautéed squash blossoms, I will be buying them each and every time I see them.

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10. Broccoli Pizza Crust

Pizza can be a girl’s best friend. Yes, I said it. And I meant it. And no, you won’t be the first non-believer. If I had a nickel for every person who thinks I can’t make my favorite comfort foods both delicious and healthy, I’d be rich. It’s true that I try not to eat grains, and I don’t eat cheese. 

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9. Raw Corn And Vegetable Salad

This raw corn and vegetable salad is a great way to incorporate more raw foods into your diet…

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8. Gluten Free Breakfast Tacos with Mango Habanero Salsa

These spring onion breakfast tacos are a crowd-pleasing breakfast. Topped with my favorite mango habanero salsa, these are hard to resist. If you are a breakfast lover like we are, you will want to check out all of my delicious gluten free breakfast recipes!

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7. Fiddlehead, Leek and Gruyere Tart

In case you’re not familiar with them, a fiddlehead is the curled, edible shoot of the ostrich fern and is considered a seasonal delicacy in many parts of North America.

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6. No Churn Rhubarb Ice-Cream

No Churn Rhubarb Ice-Cream ~ You may have noticed that many of my recent recipes have had a bit of a recurring theme. The theme? Rhubarb!

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5. Grilled Broccoli {Gluten-Free, Keto, Paleo, Vegan}

You will love this simple Grilled Broccoli recipe that is healthy, quick, tender and deliciously charred. It is a great side dish for grilling but also weeknight suppers. Suitable for Gluten-Free, Keto, Paleo and Vegan diets.

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4. Mushroom Asparagus Pasta

This Mushroom Asparagus Pasta recipe is the perfect recipe for those days when you just want something simple (but soooo good). It is made with everyday ingredients, vegetarian and quick aka ready in only 20 mins!

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3. Sauteed Asparagus with Garlic, Butter & Parmesan

A quick & easy sauteed asparagus recipe with butter, garlic & shredded Parmesan cheese. In about 10 minutes or less, you’ll have a simple side dish made with real food ingredients to accompany any meal. Keep reading to learn more about the health benefits of asparagus and why you should eat it with a healthy fat.

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2. Creamy Pesto Penne Pasta with Tomatoes & Asparagus

A quick and easy penne pasta recipe with tomatoes, asparagus, onion, and a creamy pesto sauce made with coconut milk. A simple vegetarian meal that’s packed full of flavor!

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1. Spring Vegetable Tart 

Spring Vegetable Tart is a balanced vegetarian quiche with loads of fresh spring asparagus, sweet bell peppers, tangy purple onion, fluffy eggs, and creamy cheese nestled in a buttery crust. Thank you Milk Means More – United Dairy Industry of Michigan for sponsoring this post. All opinions are my own.

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15 Delicious Spring Produce Recipes

15 Delicious Spring Produce Recipes

Once a hint of spring starts to show, you will notice an abundance of green produce such as asparagus, spinach, artichokes, and more! This means that you will have more sources to eat healthily during the season. With that said, are 15 healthy and delicious spring produce recipes you will love! 

Ingredients

  • EDIBLE NASTURTIUM LEAVES: FORAGING FOR YOUR DINNER
  • HOW TO MAKE RHUBARB & HONEY SODA (WITH LACTO-FERMENTATION!)
  • FLAT BEANS AND POTATOES
  • SWEET POTATO APPLE & SWISS CHARD STEW

Instructions

  1. Choose any Spring Produce Recipes from the post that you like
  2. Click on the link below the photo to get the full recipes and instructions.
  3. Try the best Spring Produce Recipes and share your photo under my pin on Pinterest!

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