Our Four Favorite Plant-Focused Recipes for Easter

Our Four Favorite Plant-Focused Recipes for Easter

  • Heather Decker

As Easter marks the arrival of spring, it’s the perfect time to celebrate the abundance of fresh and delicious veggies that come into season. From vibrant carrots to crisp cucumbers, spring vegetables add a burst of color and flavor to our Easter meals. Incorporating these seasonal veggies not only enhances the taste of our dishes but connects us to the renewal and growth that spring symbolizes.

Let’s dig in!

Cucumber Hummus with Sesame Seed & Mint

This refreshing and vibrant appetizer is perfect for Easter gatherings. Combining the crispness of cucumbers with the creaminess of hummus and topped with sesame seeds and mint, it's a delightful start to your meal.

Crispy Lemon Potatoes

These crispy lemon potatoes are a crowd-pleaser with their tangy flavor and golden-brown exterior. Easy to prepare and bursting with citrusy goodness, they are a tasty treat.

Baba Ghanoush

Elevate your Easter spread with this classic Middle Eastern dip made from roasted eggplant, tahini, garlic, and lemon juice. Creamy, smoky, and full of flavor, it's a versatile dish that pairs perfectly with fresh veggies or pita.

Transfarmation Carrot Soup

Warm up your Easter meal with our comforting carrot soup, made with fresh, locally sourced carrots. This hearty and nutritious soup is easy to make and is rich and flavorful. You’ll return to it again and again!

No matter what you put on your table this holiday, we hope that you’ll remember to support local crop growers whenever and wherever you can. When we choose fruits and veggies from small-scale and local farmers, we not only support our own health but help our communities and the environment.

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