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Hoping for Tangerines, Bananas, Baby Carrots, Persian Cucumbers, Snow Peas, Oranges, and Fuji Apples.

Have kids packing lunches or like having extra “finger food”? This pack is for you! Fill those tummies with something delicious and nutritious if you want those brains to fill up with reading, writing and arithmetic. We all think better with a full tummy and without artificial refined ingredients. So many kids “problem” classroom behaviors iron out when they start eating a clean diet.

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We are hoping for Cauliflower, Potato, Sweet Potato, Carrots Jumbo Roasters, Beets Red, Turnip, Red Onion, and Garlic.

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

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!


Soup Pack Image

Hoping for Yukon Potatoes, Leeks, Parsley, Celery, Carrots, Yellow Onions, Roma Tomatoes, Mushrooms, Fresh Garlic, and Fresh Thyme.

We love soup weather! You can use this as the basis for stew as well. The possibilities are endless!

Imagine Zuppa Toscana (substitute coconut milk to make it dairy-free, substitute cannellini or navy beans to make it vegetarian, or add those beans to stretch your protein); chicken or beef stew, Hearty Vegetable Soup, French Onion Soup, Tomato Soup, and homemade stock.

Potato Leek Soup is a classic, and a dish I really enjoy. My crazy kids think it’s boring! This Southwest Potato Casserole is much closer to their liking. Mix it up and give it a whirl.


English Cucumber Images

Approximately 45 Count

Plan for cool, crisp salads as this warm weather continues! A great addition to lunch boxes, on-the-go snacks, a “”dip transfer device,”" in salad, juiced, or pickled! Add to your water for cooling refreshment. My kids can’t get enough cucumbers.

Here’s some fun recipes to try!
Cucumber Citrus Salad
Italian Tomato/Cucumber/Onion Salad
Asian Cucumber Salad

Mango Image

Approximately 4 kg, Approximately 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

Orange Image

Approximately 56 Count

Very sweet and delicious!

Great for eating, zesting, and juicing. Our morning orange juice glasses will remain full with a case of these lovelies in the house.

Healthy Orange Chicken
Easy Orange Cake
Orange Juice Chicken Marinade
Orange Marmalade

Pineapple Photo

Approximately 8 Count

Delicious sliced fresh and in smoothies, add to jams, and bottle chunks!  Freezes beautifully for future smoothies or later processing. We make smoothie kits with our favorite fruit and veggie combos for dump, blend, and run mornings!  Juice some up with oranges or mango for a super special and delicious breakfast beverage.  Have you tried dehydrated pineapple? So easy and delicious! A perfect summer-y, sweet, and healthy snack at home or on the go.

I love Grilled Pineapple year-round! A warm, sweet, and healthy meal side or dessert.

Have you tried Canning Pineapple Chunks? No junk in here!