Sprouts Uses & Recipes

Sprouts are truly the ultimate food! Packed full of enzymes, protein, fiber and vitamins, they are an extremely healthy addition to your diet. There is simply no reason not to add them to your gardening list. Growing your own sprouts is also a great way to get your gardening fix throughout the cold days of winter. Easy to grow in mason jars or in one of our handy sprouting kits. Best of all, all of our sprouting seeds are certified organic!

Common Uses for Sprouts

Use fresh and uncooked for a sprout salad. Add to any salad, including potato salad. Use in coleslaw. Use in sandwiches, wraps and roll-ups. Replace celery in sandwich spreads. Top grilled cheese sandwiches after grilling. Grind up and use with sandwich spreads. Stir-fry with other vegetables. Mix with soft cheeses for a dip. Stir into soups or stews when serving. Top omelet or scrambled eggs. Add to rice dishes. Saute with onions. Add to baked beans. Steam and serve with butter. Blend into fruit shakes, fruit or vegetable juices.

Sprout Salad

1 cup shredded carrots

1 cup shredded cabbage

1 cup diced celery

1 cup alfalfa sprouts

2 tablespoons lemon juice


Mix all ingredients together & serve.

Sprout Salad II

1 cucumber, chopped

2 tomatoes, sliced

1 cup alfalfa sprouts

½ cup mung bean sprouts

1 cup cottage cheese

¼ cup sesame seeds

salad herbs of your choice

Mix all ingredients together. Toss with oil and apple cider vinegar. Serves two.

Sprout Salad III

½ cup yogurt

½ cup sour cream

1 garlic clove, crushed

4 oz. Blue cheese

Blend yogurt and sour cream until smooth. Add garlic and blue cheese and mash with a fork until smooth. Pour dressing over bed of equal parts lettuce, watercress and salad sprouts.

Sprout Gelatin Salad

½ cup sprouts

1 cup mixed greens

1 pkg gelatin, slightly thickened

Add cut-up or chopped vegetables and sprouts and add to slightly thickened Gelatin. Chill until firm and cut into squares for individual servings. Serve on a bed of lettuce and alfalfa sprouts. Serves 4.