March Superfoods

Eating foods that are in season can mean fresher produce, save you money and shake up your routine. Depending on where you live, here’s a list of a few foods you might want to try out this month!

Honeydew Melon

A great source of vitamin C - a wedge provides more than half the recommended daily amount.

Recipe Ideas

Prosciutto Wrapped Melon balls

Honeydew Blueberry Soup

Lime Ginger Honeydew

Rutabaga

Just at the end of their season, they’re very low in sodium and an excellent source of vitamin C.

Recipe Ideas

Oven-Roasted Root Vegetables

Mashed Potato, Rutabaga, And Parsnip Casserole With Caramelized Onions

Rutabaga Apple Casserole

Artichokes

A good source of fiber, as well as potassium and folate, which helps with the production of DNA and RNA.

Recipe Ideas

 Artichoke Bruschetta

 Artichoke and Sun-dried Tomato Chicken

Peas

A good source of protein and vitamins A and C. Easy to freeze.

Recipe Ideas

Lemon Pepper Peas

Curried Peas

Retro Chicken And Pea Supreme Pancakes

Cherimoya

Cherimoya is a weird fruit with a soft, white flesh but it has lots of nutritional benefits. It’s rich in potassium, fiber and vitamin C.

Recipe Ideas

Cherimoya Tart with Raspberries and Lime

Cherimoya, Kiwi, and Strawberry Salad

Cherimoyas Honey Yoghurt

Fava Beans

An excellent source of folate and a good source of thiamine and zinc.

Recipe Ideas

Fava Bean Hummus

Fava Bean & Artichoke Salad

Fava Bean Turkey Chili

Fave Bean Recipes From Fit Sugar

White Asparagus

A good source of vitamins A and C, as well as fiber.

Recipe Ideas

Roasted Green & White Asparagus

White Asparagus Recipes

White Asparagus Soup


(via fitvillains)

Morning and afternoon snack juice:

  • honeydew melon, oranges, grapes

How cute are these jars?