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 - a fall dish to pair with your main entree.
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. Fresh and vibrant, sunshine in a bowl.
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 extra delicious.
Blood Orange Rice Crispy Treats - make your own tradition. An interesting alternative to the bake-sale staple.
Monkey Bars - if you have ripe bananas and enjoy banana bread then this recipe is a must try.
Pineapple Habanero Chutney - serve with rice and fish
Pumpkin Bread - made with blood orange olive oil.
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. Serve with a fresh baguette or your favorite crackers.
Sweet Potato Hummus - adds a little fall flavor and color to hummus.
Tuscan Parmesan Salad with Pears and Dried Figs - an easy salad that feels decadent and fancy.