Ratatouille is a classic stew originating in the South of France, where eggplant, tomatoes, zucchini, sweet bell peppers, and onions grow in abundance. Complemented by the addition of BoKU Super Food, this dish is simple yet elegant, and many different subtle variations and techniques can help you make the recipe your own.
Curry is known for its mix of abundantly flavorful spices such as turmeric, fennel, coriander, cinnamon, and ginger. These spices cover a wide range of holistic health benefits and combine well with BōKU Super Food, making this slow-cooker dish an exotic, aromatic, and balanced mixture of sweet, spicy, and savory.
This super-fresh dish is an easy homemade rendition of the exotic spring rolls and delicious peanut sauce you typically would only find when dining out; however, now you have the luxury of making them in minutes. Plus, they’re even fresher and better with the power of BōKU Super Shrooms.
This superfood-packed salad hits all the right contrasting notes with the buttery crunch of brussels sprouts, the earthy sweet flavor of kale, and the zesty kick of lemon and Dijon mustard, balanced out by a few other flavorful ingredients and BōKU Super Food.
This delicious wrap is made super with BõKU’s Superfood Hummus but if you would like to kick it up a notch, mix in an additional ½ scoop of BõKU Superfood. Almost all veggies work great in wraps and can be substituted with any in the recipe or a few more added, just be careful not to add too much so it is manageable to wrap and eat!
An ancient grain, quinoa is naturally gluten free and one of the few plant foods that is considered a complete protein, which makes this recipe a well-balanced salad for lunch, snack, or dinner.
We think you’ll really enjoy this simple yet delicious sandwich. Keep it simple, or easily add extra flavor to this recipe by mixing in your favorite seasonings or applying your favorite spreads to the bread before you add the avocado. Try adding Italian herbs to the avocado or dashes of balsamic vinaigrette to the bread.
If you haven’t yet fallen in love with hummus and all of the different ways to season and serve it, then grab your BōKU Super Food and your appetite for a quick and simple introduction on how to BōKU with this healthy and delish dip.
This savory dish is a trinity of smooth, earthy and full-bodied flavors. An exciting trip for your taste buds, the blend of vegetables over wild rice tossed in a ginger dressing will have the whole table saying wow! You can also expect a pleasant chestnut flavor with this dish. In fact, as a nod to its unique flavor, the Red Kuri squash is known as the Potimarron in France, a combination of the French words pumpkin (potiron) and chestnut (marron).
At the end of the day, there is nothing more comforting and cozy then settling down with a steaming bowl of savory and delicious soup. This soup makes a stop at all the nutritive bases.