We’re giving you a little sneak peak of the new Summer issue of our Real Food magazine. Our fabulous Director of Deli, Bakery, and Cheese, Patricia, has put together this delicious recipe…absolutely perfect for summer!
While you can enjoy smoothies all year-round, there is nothing like the warmer weather of Spring that gets us craving these cold beverages! We’ve rounded up some of our favorite smoothie recipes for you to make and enjoy!1. Raspberry-Rhubarb Bellini Smoothie with Blueberries
Enjoy this delicious smoothie as a healthy treat or as a cocktail – it’s delicious both ways! Learn how to make it here from Half Baked Harvest.
Asparagus is an incredibly nutritious and delicious vegetable that is good for your health! We’ve put together a helpful infographic to show you all of the benefits of eating this delightful vegetable:
You may have seen the new HAMAMA products in the produce section lately. Their nifty MicroGrow™ Kits are making it easy for you to have the freshest possible microgreens – by growing them yourself!
Microgreens are your favorite leafy greens and veggies harvested early, as seedlings. This is when they’re most flavorful and – according to USDA research – up to 40x more nutritious than their mature versions. Microgreens make for a fancy garnish, a wholesome and hearty salad, or a ..read more
Dips are a homegating classic! They are an easy-to-eat food, perfect for cheering on your favorite sports team on game day! Here are 10 mouthwatering dip recipes you can try for your next homegating event!1. 5-Minute Million Dollar Dip
Five minutes and five ingredients is all you need to make this million dollar dip! Get the recipe here from The Recipe Critic.
With the Fall season is upon us, people are gearing up for some of the the year’s most food-oriented holidays, like Halloween and Thanksgiving. While it is a great time of year to indulge in tasty food and treats, it also important to stay healthy. Everything in moderation!
Pumpkins are, perhaps, the symbolic food of the autumnal season and are, in fact, a great healthy option to incorporate into your everyday diet.
Get the 411 on the healthy reasons to eat pumpkin:
Calling all pumpkins! Calling all pumpkins!
Pumpkins are synonymous with the Autumn season. There are a number of ways to enjoy them. They can be used as fashionable seasonal décor or as an ingredient for a yummy Fall recipe. The possibilities are almost endless!
Mollie Stone’s carries a wide variety of pumpkins to satisfy every Fall lover this season:
White Mini Pumpkin Parachute Pumpkin Baby Pumpkin Lil’ Tiger Stripe Pumpkin White Martian Fingers Gourd Speckled Mini Pumpkin Mini Pumpkin Cosmic Star Pumpkin Fairytale Pumpkin Swan Gourd Mini Turban Squash Angel Wings Gourd Ghost Eye Pumpkin White ..read more
Original recipe by California Avocado Commission
Ingredients: Makes 4 servings
4 large potatoes, baked 2 ripe, Fresh California Avocados, seeded and peeled 1 cup nonfat Greek yogurt 1 Hatch Chile, roasted, seeded, peeled and chopped 1 teaspoon salt 1/4 cup minced chives 1/2 cup shredded Cheddar cheese Hatch Chile powder to taste
Directions: Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
Ruby Tangos are a hybrid of a Clemenules Mandarin and a Blood Orange. Inside this sweet seedless, easy-to-peel fruit is a beautiful vibrant red citrus. They’re slightly larger than common mandarins varieties and are EXTREMELY juicy.
This specialty citrus variety is grown on local family farms in California. These farms practice respectable and responsible farming to minimize their impact on the environment.
Find Ruby Tangos at your local Mollie Stone’s! Available from now until April.
Don’t know what to do with your overripe bananas? Well wait a minute, don’t toss them! They’re the best kind of bananas for baking banana nut muffins. These are so simple, you might even be able to bake some in the morning before work! Ingredients Makes 1 dozen muffins
3 ½ extra ripe bananas ¼ cup Earth Balance vegetable margarine 1 cup organic cane sugar ½ cup soy or almond milk 2 cups all-purpose flour ¾ teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon baking soda 1 cup chopped walnuts
Directions 25 minutes