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Winter
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Beets & Seeds Burgers

Magenta burgers are brought together with a medley of delicious seeds. Any nut butter can be substituted for the sunflower butter. Since they are vegan they tend to stay together best when baked on a roasting pan. If you are tempted to serve these at a BBQ, place a baking sheet on top of the grill to ensure they stay together best. A food processor is the best way to blend these.


Winter
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Blood Orange Quinoa

Cook quinoa up in a bath of water and orange juice to give a tangy, citrus undertone. When done, toss in segments of oranges for even more delight. While blood oranges add a unique flavor, most any other orange will work too if you cannot find this rosy variety.


Fall
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Butternut Quinoa Patties

Just a bit crisp, with hints of squash, cheddar and sage, these quinoa patties look more complicated than their simple construction. Butternut squash is shredded instead of mashed which makes these patties more like a fritter, but with protein from the cheese, almond meal and quinoa. If you want to skip the nuts, substitute bread crumbs. If you want to skip the dairy, there is no need to add anything else- we tried them with and without it, both are delicious. Cheddar just makes them a bit more kid-lovable. Be sure to cook the quinoa ahead. These freeze well, but also the mixture can be made ahead and just balled up and seared/baked to order.


Summer
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Cherry Chili Quinoa

Slightly spiced quinoa & beets are balanced with plump fresh cherries to create a unique sweet & spicy side dish. Of course, using quinoa makes this a lovely protein rich addition to salads for an easy vegan meal.


Fall
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Coco-Nutty Granola

This grain-free, nut-based granola-like concoction is the perfect start to any long and crazy day. It would also be ideal for backpacking. For me though I love the fact that I eat it and don’t have a low-blood sugar drop an hour later as I sometimes do when eating a sugary sweet granola. Speaking of sugar, add as much or as little honey and juice as you might like. This can easily be completely sugar free or sweetened up as desired. Mix + match the nuts, too: pecans, walnuts, brazil nuts, pistachios, hazelnuts, cashews and more all could work well.