Have a Seed Surplus? Here's What To Do!

Have a Seed Surplus? Here's What To Do!

Written by Dana Plucinski

Have you found yourself suddenly swimming in Go Raw sprouted seeds? Or are you just looking for new recipe ideas on how to use them? If so, we’ve got you covered! Today we’re sharing delicious, nutritious and even surprising ways to use your seeds. Enjoy!

  1. Incorporate Into Baked Goods
    You don’t just have to top your baked goods with Sprouted Seeds—you can blend them right into the dough! In our recipe for Orange, Cranberry & Seed Scones, our Mixed Seeds are blended into the flour, adding extra protein, minerals, and nutrients to a delicious breakfast pastry that doesn't compromise on taste.
Orange, Cranberry & Seed Scones
  1. Make Seed Butter
    Seed butter could not be easier to make—and one batch takes two cups of Sprouted Seeds! We especially love making Mixed Seeds Butter because its flavor is savory but complex, and has a wide variety of nutrients due to the three different kinds of Sprouted Seeds. Try it in place of peanut or almond butter in sandwiches, with fresh fruit, on ice cream, and more!
Sprouted Mixed Seeds Butter
  1. Use In Vegan Cream Cheese
    Did you know Sprouted Sunflower Seeds make the perfect base for a plant-based alternative to cream cheese? One batch uses a cup of seeds, and the end result goes perfectly on pretzels, toast, in veggie bowls, and more. Try a bright and savory version with our Herbed Sunflower Seed Cream Cheese!
Herbed Sunflower Seed Cream Cheese
  1. Innovate Hummus
    Sprouted Sunflower Seeds are a great alternative in hummus. We love making our own sprouted seed hummus for a nutrient-dense dip that’s loaded with protein. Plus, when you make hummus at home, you avoid any extra additives or fillers that can come in store bought versions. Try our Smoky Sunflower Seed Hummus for a tasty dip that adds extra flavor to sandwiches, crackers, raw veggies, and more.
Smoky Sunflower Seed Hummus
  1. Make Pesto
    Not only does pesto make everything taste better, it also uses up a good amount of Sprouted Seeds! If you’ve never tried making pesto with Sprouted Seeds, you won’t be disappointed. Sprouted Pumpkin Seeds are the perfect alternative to pine nuts, and have flavor similar enough to parmesan to make a delicious vegan pesto by simply omitting the cheese. Switch up your regular pesto routine with our Sundried Tomato Pesto, or if you have carrot tops to use up, try using the greens for a waste-reducing Carrot Top Pesto.
Sundried Tomato Pesto
  1. Use In Trail Mix
    Make your favorite nostalgic snack with an allergy friendly, nut-free twist! We love using all our seeds in whatever trail mix we’re in the mood for that day. A few of our favorites include Superfruit Trail Mix, Chocolate Lover Trail Mix, and Tropical Trail Mix, but the possibilities are endless.
Tropical Trail Mix
  1. Mix Into Gluten-Free Bread
    There are few things better than a slice of fresh bread, especially when you make it yourself! Our Gluten-Free Seed Nut Bread is a tasty, wholesome bread that is so delicious you won’t even miss the gluten. Plus, this recipe is super easy and quick to make! You can even spread seed butter on top to really work through your seed stash. Top with a bit of jam to add a sweet touch!
Gluten-Free Seed Nut Bread

What is your favorite way to use Go Raw sprouted seeds? We'd love to know! Please share in the comments section below.

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