Using Your Bountiful Baskets 10-24-15

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The basket this week did not disappoint – filled with wonderful Fall fruits and veggies, as well as a couple summer holdovers.   After a hectic month that included moving, I was more than ready to replenish our produce.  As we are still getting settled into our new home, I exercised a little self restraint (hard to believe, I know).  I contributed for a Conventional basket, as well as a case of Honeycrisp apples.  Love, love, love the Honeycrisps!

Using Your Bountiful Baskets |A Reinvented Mom

You’ve got your Bountiful Basket home, cleaned all your goodies and now comes the fun part – deciding what to make with all the awesome produce. If you didn’t get a basket, you can still use these recipes with produce you purchased at the farmer’s market or grocery store – it’s all in season now, readily available and prices out very well.  Click on the colored recipe titles to link directly to the recipes.

Using Your Bountiful Baskets 10-24-15

CONVENTIONAL BASKET RECIPES:  The following items were in my basket this week:  grapefruit, kiwi, lemon, leaf lettuce, cantaloupe, Baby Bella mushrooms, pineapple, pomegranate, red potatoes, radishes, gray squash and yellow squash.

Glazed Grapefruit Cake – we aren’t big grapefruit fans, but cake could be a game changer.
How to Peel a Kiwi with a Spoon – photo tutorial.
Copycat Applebee’s Kiwi Lemonade – I’ll reduce the sugar.
Lemon Garlic Pasta – simple side or main dish.
Spicy Cantaloupe Cucumber Salad.
Skinny “Cream” of Mushroom Soup – no mystery ingredients.
Thai Baked Pineapple Fried Rice.
The Easy Way to Remove Pomegranate Seeds – photo tutorial.
Pomegranate Grapefruit Punch – looks refreshing.
Spicy Potato Wedges.
Cinnamon Sugar Radish Chips – I admit this sounds bizarre, but if Pinch of Yum says it’s good, then it’s worth a try.
Calabasitas (Mexican Squash & Corn) – use the yellow or gray squash.
Healthier Copycat Orange Julius – family favorite.  Use yellow squash.

Healthier Copycat Orange Julius

What is your favorite basket item this week?  Feel free to share your favorite recipes in the comments – I love to try new recipes!

For more inspiration, see all my Bountiful Baskets posts and my Bountiful Baskets Pinterest Board.
The Bountiful Baskets website can be found HERE.
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