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10 Delicious Ways to Eat Your Greens

Eat March 16, 2017

We’ve struck gold at the end of the rainbow with these drool-worthy green recipes. 

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Carmen Covert says:

I’m having trouble getting the system to print a complete recipe and sometimes it prints a recipe that is not on the screen or a partial recipe!

Jacqueline says:

Make sure you click “Print Recipe” on the bottom right of each recipe box. When you do that, you’ll have 4 options to choose from (Print Recipe, Copy recipe, Save PDF, and Send to e-mail). Does that work?

amanda says:

every recipe i try to print is the one for the avocado cupcakes. I’ve tried the quinoa recipe, the smoothie recipe, the soup recipe etc. When i click “print recipe” all of them come up as the cupcake recipe.

Jacqueline says:

Noted! Our tech teams are hard at work to fix this problem. We’ll let you know when everything’s up and running smoothly.

Jacqueline says:

Hi there, Mary! Turns out you need to clear the cache (history) on your computer. Then, printing should work!

Mary H says:

I thought several of these looked very good. Unfortunately whenever I clicked on “print recipe,” it always gave me the same recipe — the first one, not the others that I wanted. Also I would have liked an easily reproduced recipe for #3 (Gorgeous Green Farro Bowl) and #8 (Brown Rice Bibimbap) — though I could follow them to the main recipes and print out those pages with all the photos. That just required a lot of color ink to print. But I do appreciate the email.

Jacqueline says:

Mary, we’re on it! We’ll let you know when the problem is fixed so you can print out the recipes you like 🙂

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Easy, Better-for-You Brownies

Eat March 9, 2017

Easy brownies that are also better for you? Yes, such a thing is possible! Get the recipe below…

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2 comments

Sarah says:

Is there a version of this recipe adjusted for high altitude?

Jordan Schultz says:

Hi there! Jordan from our community team here at HelloFresh. Here are a few general tips for you:
– Baked goods take longer to rise at high altitudes – be patient!
– Increase baking temperature by 15 to 25 degrees F
– Decrease the amount of baking powder
– Decrease sugar by 1/4 cup

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How to Make Simple Citrus Curd (5 Ways!)

Eat February 28, 2017

Question: what’s better than one colorful, simple, and delicious citrus curd? Answer: FIVE citrus curds!

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3 Nice Cream Recipes That Are Anything BUT Naughty

Eat February 22, 2017

We know, you need a bowlful of mint chocolate chip sometimes. We support you and the chocolate syrup that goes on top, too. But we’re excited to fill you (...)

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Jennifer says:

I blend this with Greek yogurt to add a creamy texture! Also good with a scoop of peanut butter. Delish!

Jacqueline says:

Jennifer – that sounds AMAZING. Thanks for the tip!

Mary says:

Can you use real milk instead of almond milk?

Jacqueline says:

Absolutely!!

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10 Easy Potluck Recipes to Wow the Crowd

Eat February 18, 2017

…plus a game plan for all the hosts out there.

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How to Cook Beets (+10 Ways to Eat Them)

Eat January 13, 2017

Beauty: check! Flavor: check! Nutrition: check! Ladies and gentleman, we’ve got a winner. Continue reading to discover how to cook beets and 10 ways to enjoy them…

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Gina Park says:

Thank you, Looking for the Roadted Beets and Lentil salad but the link does not take you to the recipe.

Jordan Schultz says:

Hi Gina– Jordan from the community team here. That’s strange, it should take you to the recipe page. Click here to view that recipe.

Carol Waters says:

Wow! Great ideas. Keep ’em coming..

Yvonne says:

I LOVE beets! Always have. I didn’t know you could eat them raw ! Hmm. another veggie dip veggie possibility. Can’t wait to try the beet chips, and tart !

Jacqueline says:

Yvonne – The beet chips and tart are two GREAT choices. Let us know how they turn out!

Susan says:

I strongly dislike beets, hate them even. Please never send me any beets or recipes that include beets. Just about the only food I cannot tolerate.

Jordan Schultz says:

Jordan here, from the HelloFresh community team. Sorry to hear that, Susan! There’s no way to automatically set a preference to avoid a specific ingredient, I’m afraid. However, you can always see an ingredient list before you make meal choice.

Ilene says:

Hello, love all these ideas but especially the chips! I am not a fan of beets since childhood (my Mother served them pickled, ick!) but am willing to try again. So for the chips, are they raw when you put them on the cookie sheet? Or do you boil/roast them first as you described? Please advise, I’m buying some beets today!! Thanks!

Jacqueline says:

Hi Ilene – when you’re making chips, the beets should be raw! Then they’ll get nice and crisp in the oven 🙂

Nancy says:

This is a great article . Very thoughtful. Very Brilliant .

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2 Must-Have Matcha Recipes

Eat January 6, 2017

Want to give your dessert a superfood boost? It may be easier than you think! We added the health benefits of green tea to our favorite sweet treats with these two gorgeous matcha recipes.

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Diana Hess says:

Go Alex!! Knowledgeable, educational, health conscious and great writing

Jordan Schultz says:

Hi Diana! Jordan here, one of Alex’s coworkers. We couldn’t agree more!

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2 Cranberry Recipes To Help You Ring in The New Year

Eat December 28, 2016

Do you feel that? That’s your happy cooking dance bursting to get out. And what better time than New Year’s Eve to let it happen? Let the fun begin with these two sweet and savory cranberry recipes.  

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DinaHaines says:

It is really simple to do, i will definitely try this because my children will love it, no doubt in it. I will do it in weekend. Thanks for sharing it.

Jacqueline says:

Hope you and your children loved these recipes as much as we do, Dina!

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Almond, Date, & Chocolate Smoothie

Eat December 22, 2016

Is it possible for a drink to taste like the holidays? Because this one sure does. Get the recipe for our deliciously simple and surprisingly guilt-free chocolate smoothie below…

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Linda Weir says:

Sounds and looks good.

Jacqueline says:

Thanks, Linda! Trust us- this one tastes just as good as it sounds. Give it a try and let us know what you think! #HelloFreshPics

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3 Festive Holiday Cookie Recipes

Eat December 5, 2016

Sweeten up the season and unleash your inner baker with these three simple, delicious, and festive holiday cookie recipes.

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Tara says:

Can you place the quantity these recipes make? Are they each for a dozen cookies?

Jacqueline says:

Of course! The coconut macaroon recipe yields between 12-18 cookies (depending on their size). The linzer tart recipe yields about 30 cookies, and the orange walnut recipe about 24. Have fun baking, Tara!!

Michelle says:

Thank you for sharing these!

Jacqueline says:

Thank YOU for reading, Michelle! Get cooking!!

Mary Ann Geary says:

What is the charge per BOX?

Jordan Schultz says:

Hi Mary! Jordan here, our community team lead at HelloFresh. Our per-box pricing varies by plan and subscription type, but our plans start at $8.74 per serving. More information at HelloFresh.com!

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