Eat Your Heart Out with Wild Blueberries
February marks Heart Health Month AND Valentine’s Day – what a perfect combo! If you’re looking to up the heart healthy ingredients in any of your dishes this month, we suggest adding a little “wild” blue to any meal. Why? Because not only do Wild Blueberries taste delicious, they’re also good for your cardiovascular health. Here are three delicious recipes that will help you celebrate with your sweetheart without sacrificing heart healthy nutrients.
Start Your Valentine’s Day with Wild Blueberry Ricotta Pancakes
There’s a famous quote that says, “There is hardship in everything except eating pancakes.” We tend to agree. Kick off your V-day celebration with our Wild Blueberry-filled take on the classic breakfast favorite. Wild Blueberry Ricotta pancakes are light and fluffy, and bursting with sweet, tangy Wild Blue goodness in every bite. Your sweetheart will thank you as they load up their fork and ask for seconds.
Have a Light, but Filling Lunch with a Wild Foods Salad
After a hearty breakfast (Get it? We’re punny), you might be looking for lighter lunch fare. Our Wild Foods Salad recipe will do the trick. Not only are Wild Blueberries heart-health approved, but so is salmon! Whip this up for a nice midday pick-me-up.
Take Dinner Up a Notch with Wild Blueberry & Mushroom Risotto
While many restaurants are still closed due to the pandemic, there’s no reason you can’t make a swoon-worthy Valentine’s Day dinner right at home. The Wild Blueberry & Wild Mushroom Risotto may seem like an unlikely pairing but actually makes for the perfect sweet and savory comfort food. Treat your Valentine to this homemade favorite with a twist.
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