Blood Orange Olive Oil

  • $6.00


Nutrition Facts: 1 Tbsp 1/2 oz. (15mL) - Calories 120, Total fat 14g(21%), Sat. fat 2g(9%), Chloesterol 0mg - Ingredients: California Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Blood Oranges 

When you think about a multi-functional olive oil, this might not be the first flavor that comes to mind. However, it is very versatile.  Best known for making “To Die For” blood orange brownies, rice crispy treats or banana bread. Make a vinaigrette for salads. Drizzle over a triple crème cheese with a sprinkle of chili flakes, sauté scallops or calamari, drizzle on chicken or steak or toss in vegetables before roasting.

Made fresh from California's extra virgin Arbequina Olive Oil. Family farmed and unfiltered olive oil. Cold pressed Arbequina olive oil is infused with blood oranges.

Pairs well with any balsamic or even mixed with most olive oils to heighten flavor

Recipes!!!

Banana Bread made with yogurt and blood orange olive oil

Banana Bread - a healthier alternative that uses yogurt rather than sour cream or buttermilk. 

Banana Walnut Bread - Recipe adapted from Starbucks

Blood Orange Brownies - make them from scratch or save time and use Ghirardelli brownie mix for a "gourmet" treat.  

Baked Butternut Squash - a little sweet and a little savory. Imagine a hint of orange to your fall meal. Cube the squash for a salad with fresh pumpkin seeds, serve it as a side or puree it for soup.

Balsamic Glazed Brussels Sprouts - 

Chocolate Beet Cake - This cake has a little more nutrition than other chocolate cakes. The red beets meld right into the chocolate cake making the cake very moist and enhancing the deep,  rich color.

 

Chocolate Espresso Cookies - a box of brownie mix and some modifications make these cookies well worth the calories.

Citrus Salad - made with cuties (seedless oranges) and Pineapple balsamic vinegar!

Coconut Granola - Great for munching or yogurt. Keep this granola as a bark for easy snacking or crumble it like traditional granola.

 

Olive Oil Biscotti  - hard Italian cookies are perfect for dunking into coffee or warm milk.

Ginger Cookies - our ginger cookies are soft and chewy. The blood orange adds a warm spice which makes these cookies delicious. 

Blood Orange Rice Crispy Treats - make your own tradition.

Pineapple Habanero Chutney - serve with rice over fish 

Pumpkin Soup - use fresh pumpkin and roast it for best taste and to lock in nutrients. 

Rice Crispy Treats - rice crispies that taste like a creamsicle and have zero butter. 

Sweet and Spicy Cheese Puddle - Blood orange olive oil drizzled over soft cheese. 

Sweet Potato Hummus - adds a little fall flavor and color to hummus. 

Tuscan Parmesan Salad with Pears and Dried Figs