Not sure how to use up your frozen asset share or just wondering how to make frozen vegetables taste delicious? You're in the right place.
Curry Chickpea Salad
This vegan, veggie packed, chickpea salad is the perfect packed lunch or light summer wrap. Serve wrapped in a tortilla or use the fill lettuce wraps.
It's CSA season and using all the incredible produce you're getting every week can be a challenge. Since roasting radishes turns them from something sharp and spicy, to something like a mildly sweet potato, roasting is a great way to eat that big bunch of radishes.
Badger State Muffins
These muffins brilliantly showcase the produce and spice of Fall in Wisconsin, and make the perfect back-to-school breakfast.
15-Minute Vegetable Curry
This quick, easy dish is perfect for using up your frozen asset share, and is customizable to your personal tastes and freezer contents.
One-Pot Past Limone
One-pot pasta dishes are perfect for busy weeknights. You throw everything in the pot with your pasta and water, cook until the water is almost gone, and dinner is served. This lemony springtime recipe features leeks to make use of seasonal produce.
Cheesy Cauliflower and Potato Soup
This cheesy, comforting soup is perfect for those Wisconsin days when spring runs back into winter and leaves us sitting in the middle of a snowstorm.
Butternut Squash Pasta Sauce
mad about food
Making your own pasta sauce is a simple but overlooked way to elevate a box of pasta into something fabulous. And as an added bonus, this recipe is going to help you use up your frozen assets!
Carrot Ginger Zucchini Soup
the Simple Veganista
This bright, immune boosting soup is perfect for summer. Freezer friendly, it can be made ahead of time and can be made with either fresh or frozen vegetables.
Autumn Fruit and Nut Oatmeal
This hearty fall breakfast is the perfect way to start your day the right way.