What’s In Season: SPRING EDITION

Spring is here!! Whether it’s still chilly where you live or beginning to warm up, the produce is coming! I always opt for using fresh, local, in-season produce, plus it can often be cheaper, so let’s take a look at the SPRING EDITION of what produce is in season!

Broccoli, cauliflower, leeks, artichokes, all the lettuce greens, asparagus, radishes, peas, parsnips, chives, potatoes, chard, rhubarb, grapefruit, strawberries, and more! It’s a good season!

In the next few weeks on Lexiscleankitchen.com, we’ll be sharing even more recipes to use all of the fabulous produce in abundance this season.

What's In Season In The Spring - Lexi's Clean Kitchen

Get cooking:

Blueberry Chia Jam

Healthy Broccoli Soup

Mediterranean Veggie Fritters

Everything Bagel Topped Cauliflower Rolls

Strawberry Salad with Strawberry Vinaigrette

Guacamole

Cinnamon Sugar Roasted Radishes

Indian Spiced Cauliflower with Chicken

Herb Cucumber Salad

Roasted Chicken Buddha Bowls

Spiced Roasted Cauliflower

Potato, Leek, and Chard Frittata

Blueberry Crumb Bars

Happy Spring Cooking!

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March 31, 2017

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2 responses to “What’s In Season: SPRING EDITION”

  1. Thanks for sharing! I never remember to keep seasons in mind when I shop. This is super helpful for meal planning!

  2. terry says:

    Always looking for something healthy using what is available in fruits and vegetables, depending on the season. Thank you

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