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Meal Detail

 

Lunch

Sprout Spread, Beet Hummus, Crackers & Vegetables

 


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Prep
Difficulty
Easy

1 hour

Time
Estimate
1 hour

Simmer the beets. Start baking up the crackers. Slice up the vegetables for dipping. Blend up the sprout spread first. Remove from your food processor and blend the beet hummus.


Recipes for this Meal


Fall
Photo of Pecan Crackers
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Pecan Crackers

Pecan meal easily becomes crispy, delightful crackers. Add extra seeds and flavors as you like. The dough seems to fall apart, just press and piece it together, cut into crackers and then bake off.


Winter
Photo of Beet Hummus
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Beet Hummus

Brilliant magenta beets take over the garbanzo beans in this vegetable packed spread.


Spring
Photo of Sprouted Bean Spread
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Sprouted Bean Spread

At my Farmers Market there is a lady with stunning blue eyes and an infectious laugh who sells only sprouts. I often consider sprouting my own at home, but it is too much fun to chat with her about the week’s selection and sample all the tiny treats. I recently asked her what she does with them at home. She told me how just yesterday she blended the sprout beans (adzuki, mung, lentil, etc) up to make a spread. This is my version.


Spring
Photo of Crudites
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Crudites

This isn’t exactly a recipe, but rather a list of easy to dip veggies with helpful ways to prepare them and store them so you can add them to a lunch or appetizer.