5 Market Fresh Recipes from UnityPoint Health - Des Moines
UnityPoint Health – Des Moines provides care to help you get and stay healthy. As we continue to work to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, UnityPoint has put together 24 recipes you can make at home with fresh ingredients you can find from vendors across Greater Des Moines (DSM) and Iowa. Many local vendors have created ways for customers to pick up items and are working together to offer their products. Visit the Farmers’ Market Vendor list to learn more!
Market Fresh Recipes
Apple Oatmeal Breakfast Cups
These Apple Oatmeal Breakfast Cups are the perfect way to start off your day. The combination of ground cinnamon, apples and walnuts is both healthy and delicious.
Fresh ingredients you can get from local vendors include: apples, walnuts.
Fresh Kale Salad
Whip up this Fresh Kale Salad by combining salad ingredients with a made-by-you dressing of lemon juice, olive oil, Dijon mustard, salt and pepper.
Fresh ingredients you can get from local vendors include: cabbage, bell peppers, kale.
Hearty Roasted Root Vegetables
What’s healthier than a plate of root vegetables? Simmer parsnips, rutabaga and carrots then toss with basil, salt and pepper. You can even freeze these Heart Roasted Root Vegetables up to one month!
Fresh ingredients you can get from local vendors include: parsnips, rutabaga, carrots.
Quick + Easy Cauliflower Pizza Crust
For those who love their pizza, we’ve got the recipe for you — Quick and Easy Cauliflower Pizza Crust! Turn your crust into a healthful option by using cauliflower, and add Italian cheese and parsley for even more flavor.
Fresh ingredients you can get from local vendors include: cauliflower.
Zesty Fish Tacos
Tacos are a go-to meal for a lot of people, and there are so many ways to include local ingredients. With this Zesty Fish Tacos recipe, mango salsa does the trick!
Fresh ingredients you can get from local vendors include: lettuce, mango salsa.
View all 24 of the UnityPoint recipes here.
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