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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!!

pam says:

just saw this post, great ideas. going to try them this week

Jacqueline Parisi says:

Awesome, Pam! Be sure to tag #HelloFreshPics so we can cheer you on 🙂

Susan B says:

I don’t use fake milk. I use low fat cow’s milk, or on rare occasions goat milk. But never milk from a nut or a bean… So, my question is, can regular milk be used instead 9f fake milk?

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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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Linda says:

I enjoy reading about the different types of salt Olive oil

I enjoy the program, my wife of 63 years is somewhat tired of doing all of this type of cooking, but she still does it very well. I am happy to read all you print, and enjoy the thought of trying it. We have had some of your boxes of food and recipes, some of the times we are enticed to actually purchase the system, as I’m certain you can research.

Thanks

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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!

Susan Gage says:

Where do I buy matcha powder

Jacqueline Parisi says:

Any health food store should have it, Susan! You can also buy it online if that’s more convenient for you.

Yvonne Smith says:

Take me off your mailing list

Jordan Schultz says:

Hi Yyvonne– Jordan from the community team, here. I wanted to let you know that we just removed you from our email list. If you’d like to be removed from our physical mailing list, email communityteam@hellofresh.com with your full name and mailing address, as it appears on your mailer. Thanks!

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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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Deliciously Simple Thanksgiving Menu Ideas

Eat November 11, 2016

Thanksgiving menu ideas guaranteed to please everyone. Yes, such a thing IS possible. Continue reading to learn more. 

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Austin says:

I am so excited for Thanksgiving! The maple sweet potatoes looks delicious!!

Fern says:

Be sure to remove the giblets. Funny

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Are All Sugars the Same?

Eat October 24, 2016

Hi everyone! This is Rebecca, HelloFresh's in-house Dietitian, reporting for blogging duty. You may have seen me cooking up a storm live on Facebook, but today I'm here to talk (...)

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Lindsey says:

Thanks for the Great info. Can you provide the recommended daily amounts for children, too?
Thank you!

Rebecca Lewis MS RDN says:

Hi Lindsey – Glad you found the information helpful! The Dietary Recommendations of Daily Sugar Intake for children are:
Children 1-3: less than 25g
Children 4-8: less than 30g for females and less than 35-40g for males
Children 9-13: less than 40g for females and less than 45g for males

Sara says:

What about coconut palm sugar. Is it really better?

Rebecca Lewis MS RDN says:

Hi Sara,

Coconut palm sugar is basically sap extracted from the coconut tree. Like honey, it contains small amounts of vitamins & minerals and it also triggers a delayed insulin response, giving the body more time to respond to the sugar. You’ll still want to read the label though, as sometimes coconut palm sugar is mixed with cane sugar.

Everyone should really care. A recent study shows that increase in sugar intake is more dangerous than increase in fat intake. We even ditched white table sugar years ago and used brown sugar from sugarcanes instead since they contained small amounts of vitamins & minerals.

Rebecca Lewis MS RDN says:

Hi Tim,

I couldn’t agree more! Be on the lookout for updated nutrition labels which will show “added” sugars in any food items that require a label. Manufacturers will need to use the new label by July 26, 2018.

B says:

Great post! I haven’t searched the site yet, but it would be nice to have an expert weigh in on dried fruit versus fresh mostly because my Dad eats dried fruit like candy (it kind of is candy), and I keep warning him it is chock-full of sugar. I’d like to be able to show him something that explains it.

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3 Veggie Recipes Your Kids Will Actually Like

Eat September 21, 2016

Sneak some colorful foods into those little tummies with these three kid (and adult)-friendly veggie recipes.

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[…] part of the whole meal for a Taurus is the dessert. For you, sweet always beats savory, and these luscious beet brownies hold a special place in your […]

Cynthis Eaton says:

Amazing. New ideas, this site is great encouragement to eat healthy while experiencing delicious.

Jordan Schultz says:

Jordan here, from our community team. That’s what we love to hear, Cynthis! Thanks so much for your kind words. Get cooking!

Karen says:

The brownies look delicious.

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Strawberry Chia Pudding Recipe

Eat September 2, 2016

Ch-Ch-Ch-Chia seeds are not just for your fuzzy childhood pets. Get our deliciously sweet and creamy chia pudding recipe below…

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This recipe is elegant, simple, and so very pretty! I can’t wait to give it a try. I absolutely love chia pudding!

Jacqueline says:

Annie,

Us too! If you end up making this, show us by tagging #HelloFreshPics. We’d love to see your beautiful creation!

Happy Cooking,
Jacqueline

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