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4 Different Colored Tahini Smoothies

Eat June 28, 2018

Rumor on the street is that ground sesame seeds are making their way into smoothies, so we had to taste it for ourselves. The verdict? We’ll let the recipes for these four different colored tahini smoothies speak for themselves…

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Ashley says:

These look great! Any nutritional information? (calofies, etc)

Jacqueline Parisi says:

Yes, absolutely! Each smoothie serves 2. The nutritional information listed below is per person.

White Tahini Smoothie:
Calories: 343
Sugar: 8.6 grams
Protein: 10.7 g

Pink Tahini Smoothie
Calories: 231
Sugar: 4.9 g
Protein: 6.5g

Green Tahini Smoothie
Calories: 287 (a bit higher due to the healthy fats from the avocado! But this one has double the fiber)
Sugar: 8.8g
Protein: 7 g

Yellow Tahini Smoothie
Calories: 245.5
Sugar: 10.3g
Protein: 6.6g

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5 Gorgeous Green Fruits To Enjoy This Spring (+a quiz!)

Eat March 16, 2018

Get the low-down on how to select, store, and cook our favorite fruits (all green, for obvious reasons), then take the quiz to test your fruit IQ. 

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Sweet Potato Toast 4 Ways

Eat February 28, 2018

A toast to the greatest thing since sliced bread… sweet potatoes.

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Valentine’s Day Breakfast Ideas For The Whole Family

Eat February 9, 2018

Nothing makes a morning person like a heart-shaped meal, so rise and shine with these easy-as-can-be dishes.

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How To Make Overnight Oats With Golden Milk

Eat January 30, 2018

If you’re a fan of overnight oats, you’re definitely going to want to try making it with this beautiful and tasty upgrade. 

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Kaylene says:

Love golden milk warm at night before bed. Helps me sleep!

Jacqueline Parisi says:

That sounds amazing, Kaylene!

Ann Fore says:

Where do you purchase your vegetables and meats and are they organic.

Jordan Schultz says:

Hi Ann! Our meat suppliers vary by week and region. While our ingredients are not typically organic, we personally take an on-site visit to every vendor we work with to ensure the operation is food safe and high quality. Our meats are primarily sourced domestically and are all natural. Our poultry suppliers have certified that the animals they supply us with are both antibiotic and hormone free. Our pork suppliers have certified that the animals they supply us with get the best treatment possible and are all hormone free.

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What to Eat Before and After Working Out

Eat January 10, 2018

You might have heard, “abs are built in the kitchen,” — and it’s true that what to eat before and after working out defines a good fitness routine.

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8 Easy Apple Recipes For Every Meal of The Day

Eat November 2, 2017

We’re talking breakfast, brunch, lunch, cocktail hour, dinner, AND dessert. 

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4 Easy Egg Recipes To Make For Kids This Halloween

Eat October 20, 2017

Getting the little ones to eat a balanced breakfast before trick-or-treating is about to get way easier thanks to these scary good and super easy egg recipes. 

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How to Harness the Power of Herbs and Spices

Eat October 19, 2017

Herbs and spices are part of a rich story grounded in medicine, economy, and cooking. Today, chefs use aromatics to add delicious flavor — and you can, too.

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Stephanie Eubanks says:

I absolutely loved the fall or harvest spice blend used in the roasted chicken and cranberry sage stuffing this week. Anyway to get the “recipe“? 🙂

Dianne says:

I would also like the delicious Harvest Spice Blend Recipe, Please…..

Thank you!

MEAl5 says:

So many amazing blogs all in the one place! Thanks for taking the time to compile it!

Denise says:

I would also love to know the ingredients in the harvest Spice! It was amazing!

Jacqueline Parisi says:

Sure thing, Denise! It’s 3 parts dried thyme, 2 parts ground sage, and 1 part onion and garlic powder.

Lea says:

Could I please have the fall harvest spice recipe? I loved that seasoning in the HelloFresh mummy chicken roast dish.

Jordan Schultz says:

Hi Lea! Our kitchen team at thekitchen@hellofresh.com may be able to assist in providing the ingredients.

-Jordan from the community team

Hi, I am your customer. My son really loves the chicken mummy roast with the cranberry sage stuffing. He is allergic to dairy, so he can’t eat the normal stuffing. When I cooked this meal, he really loved the stuffing. I want to cook it for him this Thanksgiving, but I don’t know how to prepare the fall harvest spice blend. Could you show me how to mix the spice or where I can purchase it? Thank you!

Jordan Schultz says:

Hi Shuhui! Our kitchen team at thekitchen@hellofresh.com may be able to assist in providing the ingredients and proportions.

-Jordan from the community team

Samantha Jones says:

Thank you for sharing this. How do you make your fall spice blend?

Jordan Schultz says:

Hi Samantha! It’s a custom blend made just for us, but the ingredients can be found on the back of the packets.

-Jordan from the community team

Denise says:

Thank you so much Jacquelin! I’m so excited to make this for our Thanksgiving dinner! Our table is going to look very different this year filled with all our Favorite Hello Fresh Sides!

shari Mayer says:

Very informative and well done. Enjoyed it.

Sarah B says:

Would love to have the recipe for the Italian Seasoning Blend. We make the egg-in-a-hole BLT all the time and just can’t get the seasoning quite as good as yours.
Thanks!

Jordan Schultz says:

Great to hear, Sarah! For any spice blends, you can reach out directly to the chefs who create the blends at: thekitchen@hellofresh.com
-Jordan from the community team

Pam Braaten says:

I was somewhat hesitant about using your spice blends, afraid they might be too spicy. No more hesitancy. They are superb, as are all of the meals I have cooked! I am hooked on Hello Fresh!

Jordan Schultz says:

So great to hear, Pam! Thanks for cooking with us!

-Jordan from the community team

faith joyal says:

this is great but you should sell these combos or really any of your herb and spice mixes!

Jordan Schultz says:

Stay tuned!

Kristen says:

My family LOVED the Chicken & Pesto dinner from this week’s order. Could you please share the recipe for the Tuscan Heat Spice blend? Also, could you share the recipe for the Thai blend from the pork meatballs and noodles from October or November? These two dishes need to be in our regular rotation.

Rebecca Lewis MS RDN says:

Hi Kristen – so glad to hear you and your family are enjoying the meals! For any spice blends, you can reach out directly to the chefs who create the blends at: thekitchen@hellofresh.com

Jessica says:

Would you please share your Tuscan heat spice blend that’s used for the tuscan sausage and pepper spaghetti? Also the Mexican Spice blend for the Pork & Poblano style tacos? I’ve tried using what is listed on the outside of the packets to get a base recipe, but haven’t been able to get the spice proportions correct in the blend. Thank you!

Jacqueline Parisi says:

Jessica – of course!

Tuscan heat spice blend:
-4 parts dried basil
-2 parts dried rosemary
-2 parts dried oregano
-2 parts garlic powder
-1 part cayenne pepper
-1 part ground fennel

Mexican spice blend:
-2 parts chili powder
-1 part oregano
-1 part smoked paprika
-1 part cumin

Jessica says:

Thank you so much!

angela says:

What chili powder is it? I love the hello fresh Southwest Blend!

Jacqueline Parisi says:

Hi Angela – the Southwest blend is made with 2 parts garlic, 1 part cumin, and 1 part chili powder!

N Bush says:

Enjoyed the DIY spice blends video. Is it available so that proportions to mix the spices is available in printable form?
Also, I have been unable to find Za’atar seasoning that comes close to the unsalted one furnished in an HelloFresh recipe. Penzey’s is OK but lacks the punch of the HelloFresh one plus it contains salt.

Jordan Schultz says:

Hi there– If you email our chefs at thekitchen@hellofresh.com, we may be able to help out.

Bec says:

OMG I am in love with Jamaican Chicken with Coconut Rice – Could I grab the Jamaican spice blend recipe at all???

Please and Thank you

Jacqueline Parisi says:

So happy to hear that, Bec! The Jamaican Jerk Seasoning blend is 12 parts garlic powder and dried thyme, 8 parts onion powder and dried oregano, 4 parts sweet paprika, white sugar, and allspice, 2 parts ground cinnamon and white pepper, and 1 part cayenne (oregano and thyme are not ground). Be sure to tag #HelloFreshPics so we can cheer you on in the kitchen!!

Kristina Braswell says:

We had the Pineapple Poblano tacos last week, and LOVED the taco seasoning that was included so much, I’d love to make it. Can I please get the taco seasoning recipe? Thank you!

Jacqueline Parisi says:

Hi Kristina – of course! Our taco spice blend is equal parts cumin, oregano, garlic powder, and chili powder.

K Pratt says:

What an awesome service this is for us amateur chefs, could you share the recipie for your delicious Souk Market Spice Blend?

Derrick says:

I’m wanting to recreate the One-Pan Orzo Italiano and would like the ingredients for the Italian spice blend. I have tried e-mailing thekitchen@hellofresh.com, so please don’t recommend that.

AnnaLee says:

Yes, please! I’d love to know the Italian seasoning blend as well!

I would even be happy to just purchase some of the spice mixes, or things like fig preserves or balsamic glaze. I noticed previous post saying stay tuned…..any new word ??

Jacqueline Parisi says:

Hi AnnaLee – the Italian seasoning blend is made with equal parts granulated garlic, oregano, basil, black pepper, and parsley flakes.

You can actually find some of our spice blends on the Kitchenware site (and they’re 75% off right now!!)

Riviera Pantry Spice Set
Tuscan Heat Spice Blend, Italian Seasoning Spice Blend, Herbs de Provence Spice Blend

Southbound Smoky Spice Set
Cajun Spice Blend, Southwest Spice Blend, Mexican Spice Blend

In addition to spice blends, there’s an infused oil and vinegar kit we LOVE (and have a feeling you will, too) 🙂

AnnaLee says:

Thanks so much for the blend! I’ll check out the website too!

Shaniece says:

Hi what spices go into the Mississippi spice mix?

Darla says:

What happened to Kitchenware? I need another binder for my recipes.

Jordan Schultz says:

Hi Daria– Jordan here, from the community team. Unfortunately, we are no longer offering kitchenware at this time. We apologize for the inconvenience. Keep an eye on your mail for a special surprise from us!

Christi says:

Can you tell me how to make moo shu spice blend, sweet and smoky bbq seasoning, thai seasoning, Mediterranean spice blend, za’atar seasoning, Mississippi spice blend and soul market spice blend?

Meghan says:

I would also like the recipe for the Mediterranean spice blend and za’atar seasoning, please!

Jacqueline Parisi says:

Absolutely, Meghan!
Mediterranean spice blend: 2 parts dried oregano, 1 part dried mint, 1 part sumac, 1 part ground coriander
Za’atar seasoning: 1 part thyme (dried flakes), 1 part toasted sesame seeds, 1 part sumac, 1/2 part oregano (dried flakes), 1/2 part marjoram, 1/2 part pepper

Meghan says:

Thanks so much!!

Kelsey says:

Great video! Could you please share the recipe for the Mediterranean Spice Blend?

Jacqueline Parisi says:

Glad you asked, Kelsey! The Mediterranean spice blend is made with 2 parts dried oregano, 1 part dried mint, 1 part sumac, and 1 part ground coriander.

Courtney says:

Just made Parmesan pasta what is the Tuscan heat spice? It’s perfect.

Jacqueline Parisi says:

Hi Courtney! The Tuscan heat spice is made with 4 Parts Basil (dried flakes), 2 Parts Rosemary (dried flakes), 2 Parts Oregano (dried flakes), 2 Parts Garlic Powder, 1 Part cayenne pepper, and 1 Part Fennel (ground). Enjoy 🙂

Amy says:

I would love to have the recipe for your Fall/Harvest spice blend…pretty please with apples and cranberries on top? 🙂

Darla says:

I am also looking for the fall/harvest spice blend. Thanks!

Laurel says:

Could I please get the recipe for the Thai seasoning used in the Banh Mi burgers! it is amazing. Thank you.

Brandy says:

I have been getting meals for my family for a couple of months now and love all I’m learning about spices. I love your meatloaf but need to know how to make your meatloaf spice blend. Tks so much for making me more than the traditional southern cook I was raised

Jacqueline Parisi says:

Well this just made our day, Brandy! We’ll be sure to pass along the compliments to the chef.
Our meatloaf spice blend is made with 2 parts garlic powder, 2 parts onion powder, 1 part dried thyme, and 1 part dried basil.
Get cooking!!

Mary Gray says:

Hello,
It is a very nice seasoning and spices.
Thank you for share us

Jordan Schultz says:

We’re so glad you loved them! Get cooking!

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Why You Should Be Taste Training With Your Picky Eaters

Eat October 4, 2017

If you have picky eaters — fear not, you can help them enjoy new foods and build their taste buds with a fun, hands-on approach called taste training.

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Donald Sweeney says:

lost access to Blueberry Basil Lemonade

vernie says:

This article is truly appreciated. From a picky eating adult. 🙂

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