ID & MT & ND & WA









 

Click HERE to contribute NOW!

 

 

Join Us on the Bountiful Baskets App!

 

 

A safe, mobile, secure place for all things Bountiful! You will receive a reminder when it’s Basket Time so you never accidentally miss out! You can connect with your site’s local community and share recipes and information with folks who share your produce and food lifesyle passions.

 

CONTRIBUTIONS ARE STILL MADE VIA THE WEBSITE
 

Functionally, participating is the same as always!

 

Download via the Apple App Store and GooglePlay. Don’t have a smartphone? No problem! Sign up and access via the web interface!

Mexican Pack

 

Ingredients to complement your south-of-the-border-themed dishes! We absolutely love making fresh salsas, fajitas (with or without meat!), and this Mexican hot sauce - we make something similar and add a teaspoon of oregano and double the garlic. My big kids use this sauce on everything!

Here’s some other fun recipes to try!

 

Corn, Jicama and Green Chile Salsa

 

Pico de Gallo

 

Chicken Stew with Salsa Verde

 

Cilantro 101

 

See your state Contribution Page for pack details!

Roasting Veggie Pack

 

Packed with root veggies galore, there’s a ton of nutritional variety and it is so pretty! When we get this pack we chop everything right away and put it in ziplock bags, and then each time we would like roasted veggies, we grab some and follow the directions below! NOTE: Be careful when leaving roasted veggies out on a sheet pan to cool. It’s so easy to graze on it all afternoon, and before you know it, you’ll have eaten most of the pan and there won’t be enough for dinner! This is a serious issue in our house!

 

We love roasted veggies in our tacos and burritos. Remember to include leftovers as delicious cold salad toppers!

 

See your state’s Contribution Page for pack details!

 

Simple Roasted Veggies

Peel and Cube in 1″ pieces any/all the items from your pack!

Put them in a ziplock bag and drizzle in enough Olive Oil to cover, then I add salt and pepper to taste, and about a tbsp of onion powder. Add a tsp or two of any other herbs you love – we love thyme and rosemary! – and unpeeled garlic cloves if you love roasted garlic as much as we do.

Shake and shake and shake, then dump onto a pan. Put in over at 375. Stirring every 15 minutes if it is not single layer and cook until fork soft. About 45 min to 1 hour!

 

Feeling adventurous?

Mix up the seasonings and include about a tsp of cumin. After roasting, finish with a splace of red wine or balsamic vinegar!

Asparagus

Approx 11 Lbs

 

Grilled, roast, steam, and sautee! A little olive oil and garlic to roast, and finish with red pepper flake is our staple. Mix it up with a spritz of soy sauce or coconut aminos! If there are leftovers (which there never are), asparagus makes a lovely salad topper.

Asparagus is one of those things that lets me know spring is on the way. We just can’t get enough of asparagus as we defrost out of winter. Have you tried it pickled? So many amazing ways to eat it.

 

Try this fresh twist on a side dish: Citrus AsparagusAnother lovely option is Chile Lime Roasted Asparagus.

Mangoes
Approx 12 count

 

Mangoes are a great, fresh addition to salsas, smoothies, yogurt, granola! Make mango water, mango sorbet, or mango-mint limeade!

Here’s a great recipe kick up your chip, chicken, or fish game:
Fresh Mango Salsa

Dried
Morel Mushrooms

Approx 2 ounces

 

Morels are prized for their rich, smoky, earthy flavor and hollow caps, which makes for easy stuffing Morel Mushrooms are excellent substitute for fresh in sauces, soups, and stews. To reconstitute, cover with very hot water and let soak for 20 minutes; if you’re not in a hurry, soak in plenty of room temperature water for four hours. You can also reconstitute using wine, broth, even cream. And don’t toss that soaking liquid! Strain and use in cooking – we love the water or broth as our homemade ramen base.

Red Bell Peppers
Approx 25 Lb

 

Red Bell peppers are a fun treat eaten raw, in salsas and salads, grilled, sauteed, stuffed, in tomato sauce, stir fried, or in chili, soups or stews. Plenty of ways to use this rare basket treat! Eat the rainbow!

Vanilla Beans
Approx two (2) beans

 

Vanilla Beans are fabulous to make your own Vanilla Extract, Vanilla Sugar, Vanilla-infused Maple Syrup, even personal care products! There are tons of recipes and how-tos to help you get the most out of your Vanilla Beans. Remember to use the seeds AND the pod – don’t waste a bit of them!

Sugar Bee
Apple Cider

Blend
100% Apple Cider
Approx 1 gallon

 

100% Apple Cider - not from concentrate! No preservatives, no sweeteners, no additives. Pasteurized.

Peruano Beans

Approx 10 Lbs

Dry

 

Peruano Beans, also called Canary, Mayocoba, and Peruvian beans, are a milder bean than Pinto Beans. They’re buttery and soft when cooked, and can be cooked simply while being full of flavor! They are cooked the same as Pinto Beans – though I find that they cook just a little faster.

 

These are excellent prepared on the stove top (hours), slow cooker (more hours), and in the pressure cooker (one hour)! They make a killer side dish, a complete protein when paired with rice, and are a great salad topping. They are an absolute cinch to pressure can, too – add your own seasoning before or after bottling! I make at least one pot of beans each week to throw in tortillas or as a quick snack before we head out to sports activites. We like them whole, smashed, and ’refried’ – I just use a stick blender to give a typical ‘refried’ texture. Cheating, I know, and so quick! Also, throw in some candied ginger during cooking to help with the ‘fluffy tummy’ (It works, promise, and does not change the flavor!) For a stovetop or electric pressure cooker: for two cups of dry beans, sorted and rinsed, I add 6 cups water, 2 Tbsp oil (I prefer avocado oil). Pressure for an hour; natural release if you’re not in a hurry, quick release if you are. Check tenderness of beans. If done, add 1 Tbsp salt or to taste and serve as is or mash/ smash/ stick blender them to desired texture! Cook time will be reduced if you soak your beans; with only an hour cooktime, I rarely soak. May be cooked in the slow cooker, too, of course – allow about 8 hours of cooktime on low.

Organic 

Maple Syrup

Approx Half Gallon

SHIPS DIRECT
*Confirm correctness of address listed on your Bountiful Baskets account*

This maple syrup is a delicious addition to your morning meals! We love the darker, richer, more intense flavor of this highly unprocessed, Grade B maple syrup for tabletop use, for cooking/baking, and sweetening all of the things!

It is imperative that you are at your pickup location within your twenty minute window
 

You must open & quality inspect your Add-On Items before you leave your pickup site. Once you have signed for your items and left, we cannot offer a credit for quality issues.

    
PLEASE NOTE: Participants MUST have their Contribution Confirmations PRINTED or DIGITALLY, in their entirety, when picking up items. Please bring a complete paper or digital copy (e.g., via smart phone, tablet, camera) of your Contribution Confirmation to your site each time you participate.

 

 

Remember! It takes everyone for Bountiful Baskets to be great!

 

Pitch in how you can, when you can!

 

- Spread the word to folks who would be blessed by Bountiful Baskets!

 

- Arrive at your site at the volunteer time to help!

 

- Stay late and offer to help clean up!

 

- Share pictures of your items on Facebook and tag Bountiful Baskets Nevada
Bountiful Baskets Arizona
Bountiful Baskets Utah
etc

 

 

- Post your pictures on Instagram and tag #bountiflbaskets