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5 Plant-Forward Recipes for Springtime

Springtime Recipes

This five-star recipe can be enjoyed for breakfast, brunch, lunch, or a main dish at dinner. Creamy goat cheese, crunchy walnuts, and a flaky crust meld together for the perfect bite. In fact, why not incorporate this Asparagus, Goat Cheese, and Walnut Tart recipe into your springtime holiday brunches?

No time? No problem. This Walnut, Quinoa, and Ranch Chicken Salad can be stirred together quickly—in about five minutes—making meal prep a breeze. Quinoa, chicken breast, and toasted walnuts make this salad delightfully textured, while light ranch dip gives it the perfect zing.

Sichuan Green Beans with Walnuts are a fresh take on a classic side dish. They’re loaded with spice, featuring chili garlic sauce, ginger, and Sichuan peppercorns. The addition of walnuts in this dish adds a toasty flavor and crunchy texture. Plus, it comes together in less than 30 minutes.

A new twist on a classic recipe, California Walnut and Kale Rollatini features walnut “meat” and walnut ricotta for a plant-forward version. This five-star recipe will become a family favorite for cozy nights when you’re craving comfort food.

Walnut and Honey Olive Oil Cake with Candied Citrus is a delicious light and airy dessert to make this spring. Fresh citrus and toasty walnuts balance the flavors nicely. This cake is ideal for brunch or after dinner.

Need more springtime meal inspiration? Check out these additional recipes to find fresh ideas for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and everything in between.


Why Walnuts?

In addition to being versatile and delicious, walnuts are a powerhouse of important nutrients and have been researched for their potential role in a variety of health outcomes. They are also the only nut that is an excellent source of omega-3 ALA (2.5g/oz). ALA is the only essential omega-3, which is critical to various body processes. 

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