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How to Build the Perfect Buddha Bowl (straight from our favorite Instagrammers)

Behind the Scenes March 24, 2017

Some of our favorite bloggers and Instagrammers have spoken, and you don’t want to miss what they have to say about the no-recipe “recipe” for colorful, nutritious, and uber Insta-worthy Buddha bowls.

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5 Easy Breakfast Recipes (+a special announcement!)

Eat March 14, 2017

Wake up and smell the HelloFresh breakfast on next week’s menu…

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9 comments

LaShaun says:

This is excellent. Do you all have plans to start sending smoothie ingredients? I think this would be an excellent addition.

Jacqueline says:

LaShaun – we’re with you…smoothies are amazing! We’ll certainly pass this info along to the chefs

Lyrics says:

Thanks for sharing

Jessica H. says:

I’m super excited!! Ok, egg-cited!! Can’t wait!!

Jacqueline says:

We’re soooo egg-cited, too!! Can’t wait for you to try your first HelloFresh breakfast, Jessica 🙂

Vickie says:

Smoothie ingredients would be great!! Hopefully that will happen and soon

Jacqueline says:

Vickie – we hope so, too! Smoothies are the BEST

Can’t wait to give all of these a try 😀

Jacqueline says:

Can’t wait to hear which one you like best – have fun cooking!

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Simple Breakfast Citrus Salad

Eat January 18, 2017

We don’t think early mornings should make getting out of bed a drag! Get your days started on a bright note this winter with our quick and wholesome citrus salad…

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Deborah says:

I received my very first HelloFresh Box January 21 and I am so impressed. I am used to cooking big meals for my family but now it is just my daughter and me. I was interested in learning how to cook great meals for the two of us. The box contents and recipes are fantastic and we loved all of them so far. The portions were a little large for us so we had awesome left-overs for lunch the next day. Your claim for “fresh” was right on the mark. Some of the ingredients were actually fresher than what I find in the grocery store. My only issue is all of the materials used for packaging; but I understand that is necessary for this product. I suggest that to improve this that Hello Fresh might consider enlarging the list of staples that your customers might need to have on hand such as prepared sauces and other seasonings. I have been cooking a long time so I have a pantry full of these items. That said, I understand that I could possibly be in the minority on this point. Thanks for an excellent product. I often worry that people have forgotten how to cook and your product provides families with the tools to learn this incredibly important skill while enjoying delicious and nutritious meals. Way to go…you hit it “out of the park.”

Jacqueline says:

Wow, Deborah. This just made our day – thank you! We’re always looking to improve our product and sincerely appreciate your feedback. So happy you’re a part of the HelloFresh family.

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Guide to Gluten-Free Grains

Eat January 3, 2017

Remember when people couldn’t even pronounce quinoa, not to mention cook with it? Yea, us too. But nowadays, gluten-free grains are popping up everywhere, and it’s easy to see why.

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3 Fabulous Fall Fig Recipes

Eat October 10, 2016

Wake up thinking about figs, go to bed dreaming about them, aaaannnnnd repeat. That’s what we’re up to these days. Get our three lusciously sweet fig recipes below…

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The Best Bacon Sandwich You’ll Ever Eat

Eat August 29, 2016

You can’t buy happiness, but you can buy bacon. And let’s be honest, it’s practically the same thing. Get the recipe for our ultimate bacon sandwich below…

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How to Make Tapioca Flour Pancakes

Eat August 17, 2016

Best way to get through those Olympic TV marathons? Whipping up these sweet or savory tapioca flour pancakes.

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Guest says:

Can Jacqueline better explain step 1 of the tapioca pancakes in the blog? Never having worked with pearls before, I don’t understand the concept of putting them in a sifter and dipping in water? And drying them?

Jacqueline says:

Junette – Because pearls come as hard white balls, they need to be hydrated before being used. That’s why we recommend placing the pearls in water before draining and drying out on a paper towel. That way, they’ll become soft, slightly translucent, and stick together into a pancake when heated. But if you want, you can also make these pancakes with tapioca flour!

Rose says:

Can you use ground tapioca flour instead if pearls?

Jacqueline says:

Rose – Absolutely! You’ll need approximately 1/2 cup water for every cup of tapioca flour. Simply place the flour in a bowl and add the water gradually, stirring as you go. The mixture will be clumpy, but you can break it up with your fingers or a fork. Keep stirring and adding water until there are only small clumps. Put the moistened flour through a strainer, using a spoon to help it pass through. Then, sprinkle the sifted flour evenly over a preheated skillet, let cook about 30-45 seconds, flip, and add your toppings!

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The Winner of Our Smoothie Bowl Challenge is…

Eat August 15, 2016

Now that our smoothie bowl challenge has come to a close, it’s time to show off your tropical masterpieces and announce the big winner!   

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Enter Our Smoothie Bowl Challenge!

Eat August 4, 2016

Get your creative juices flowing, dust off the blender, and win BIG. All the details you need to know about our can’t-miss smoothie bowl challenge… 

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Shop Smart: Avoid These 5 Grocery Store Foods

Eat June 29, 2016

Don’t fall victim to grocery store traps luring you in. We’re busting myths and dishing out recipes to help you shop smart and get cooking.

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9 comments

Christine Ruback says:

These are GREAT ideas & recipes Jacqueline! Thanks for the advice.

Jacqueline says:

Thanks so much for reading, Christine. Happy cooking!!

Michelle says:

Yum!!!! Can’t wait to make my own Salad Dressing & Guacamole! Thanks Jacqueline! I love cooking with Hello Fresh!

Jacqueline says:

Michelle- We’re SO happy you’re part of the Fresh fam!!! Happy Cooking 🙂

sheila hicks says:

thanks for your helpful living ideas

Jacqueline says:

Sheila – of course! Thanks for reading. Happy Cooking 🙂

Jerri Arriola says:

Thank you so much for all of the wonderful food. I know my boyfriend is feeling better & I feel like I’m on MasterChef, although I don’t have Gordon Ramsay yelling at me. ?
I love that I am cooking things I have never tried before and putting things together that I never even thought of. Our dinners are like going to a restaurant but the only difference is I cooked it. Also, for two people, we get an awesome deal because there’s always enough for three people, sometimes there are enough leftovers for us both. We started out with one $29 box and honestly we loved that first box so much we thought we’d order maybe twice a month at the most. Now we are ordering every week and we find that our grocery bill has gone down significantly.

Jacqueline says:

Jerri – this just made our day! We’re so happy to hear how much you’re loving HelloFresh.

Esa Jee says:

Nice Blog. Keep Sharing 🙂

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