On top of that, there are Spring recipes featuring an abundance of fresh veggies and fruits of all different colors! Recipes that have remarkable flavors and offer great health benefits.
So say farewell to winter and hello to the bright and beautiful spring season with these 8 fabulous (and yummy) recipes:
After all the greasy, fatty food that you’ve devoured last winter, it’s time for a cleanse. How about starting it with the right breakfast? If we’re in agreement, this strawberry coconut granola is just what you need!
The best part about this recipe is the delicious, crunchy…wait for it…homemade granola! Also, the strawberries are freeze-dried, a process that retains all the nutrition and gives you a solid start to your day!
Here’s another happy breakfast recipe that uses seasonal fruits— an apricot french toast (minus the eggs)! Yeah, you read that right. This wonderful recipe uses apricot, orange zest, ground flax seeds, and bananas. Very fresh and very delightful. Try it out!
We’re a sucker for pasta recipes, and a lot of it is to do with the fact that you can whip up a dish in minutes! This recipe uses durum wheat pasta (healthy!) and two unique spring veggies—asparagus and mint!
This is another exciting recipe that uses pesto, but this time with baby kale leaves and other herbs. What’s interesting though is the use of chickpea flour to make the base. Quite unique, isn’t it?
We know there will be those Spring nights that still have a nip in the air and, for those nights, you need this no-fuss creamy mushroom soup. What we love about this recipe is that it’s super simple to create, requires just a handful of ingredients, and is ready in 30 mins!
Serve it piping hot with a crust on the side and a drizzle of that amazing herb oil.
Crab cakes without crabs? Yes, that’s a thing! This recipe uses Artichoke hearts to simulate that lovely meaty texture and is held together with creamy avocado. A couple of cakes with a side of salad and your dinner is set.
What’s a good meal without a dessert? This recipe is super user-friendly—no baking, no complicated steps, and made with easy-to-find ingredients. Check out the video and give it a spin.
No more hours of churning in an ice-cream machine! The recipe uses frozen bananas, juice of blood oranges and coconut cream to give you that creamy, crystal-free, scoop of goodness. Go try!
What’s your favorite spring recipe from the list? Let us know in the comments below!
In case you’re looking for some more all-season drinks to turn to, download our FREE Quick and Easy Smoothie Recipes guide to keeping close when you need a quick refresher: