Recipes with nuts and seeds put these pantry all-stars — from peanuts and walnuts to flax and chia seeds — to work in creative, delicious ways.
This tasty seafood recipe is as easy to make as it is impressive. Nutrient-dense and brimming with flavor, it combines the tropical appeal of pineapple and coconut with the crunch and color of buttery pistachios. Packed with protein it’s also guaranteed to satisfy. Serve this standout meal in just 30 minutes, and you’ll impress everyone at the table!
Recipes that combine an abundance of quality ingredients into one tempting bowl make it easy to eat the way you want AND the way you should. Rich and filling, this bowl combines a nutty base of Success® Boil-in-Bag Brown Rice with heart-healthy walnut and arugula pesto, creamy feta and velvety poached eggs.
A sprinkling of roasted cashews adds texture — plus a dose of fiber, protein and healthy fats — to this weeknight-friendly fried rice. Not a fan of cashews? Switch things up with roasted peanuts, sesame seeds or sunflower seeds. Each one will add crunch and a pop of flavor to every delicious bite.
Nuts and seeds might not immediately spring to mind when making fried rice — but they should! Ingredients tailor-made for customization, nuts and seeds add layers of flavor, a satisfying mouthfeel and couldn’t be easier to add to a variety of recipes. Here, a smattering of toasted pine nuts gives ham and vegetable fried rice the type of unexpected glow-up that makes dinnertime a delight.
Common in Mediterranean cuisine, pine nuts can also make a splash in Asian dishes. Buttery and sweet, they’re an easy add-in when making this 30-minute turkey fried rice. They’re also the type of unexcepted ingredient that will have your family doing a double take! Whip this up with gluten-free soy sauce, and you’ve got a tasty, gluten-free dinner to add to your weeknight meal rotation.
Raid your pantry to find delicious, nutritious add-ins for these customizable energy balls. Make them as is —with flax seeds, almonds and almond butter — or run wild with substitutes like chia seeds, pumpkin seeds, peanuts, cashew butter, and more! You can also play with the sweetener and dried fruit used here, so have fun and find your perfect mix.
If the word “vegan” makes you uneasy, we’re here to help. Rich and comforting, with bold barbecue flavor and a short number of simple steps, this vegan meatloaf recipe is perfect for anyone new to plant-based eating. Plus, with Success® Boil-in-Bag Brown Rice, lentils, flax meal, walnuts and vegetables, it turns readily available ingredients into a novel weeknight dish.
Your list of favorite baked recipes with nuts and seeds probably never included chiles rellenos — until now! A popular ingredient in parts of Mexico, walnuts make this vegetarian recipe pop. They also boost the protein, fatty acids, fiber and richness of this gooey, satisfying dish. Taste this 40-minute recipe, and you’ll be adding Success® Boil-In-Bag Tri-Color Quinoa and walnuts to your weekly shopping list.
Marry rice pudding with luscious pecan praline and you’ve got a recipe with nuts and seeds that needs little hype. Not only does this recipe take just 25 minutes to make, it also boasts the flavors of pumpkin spice, pecan pie and rice pudding in each decadent serving. Crunchy and creamy, nutty and sweet, this recipe is great for company, for the family, or, let’s face it, for one person to enjoy, all week long.
Craving a sweet recipe with nuts and seeds? Forget about baking, and whip up these crunchy, gluten-free, no-bake cookies! Made with Success® Boil-In-Bag Tri-Color Quinoa, peanut butter, oats, coconut and honey, these vegan treats are a sweet, salty cross between nutty granola, an energy bar and zhuzhed up peanut butter cookies. Make these once, and you’ll find yourself on the no-bake path more often than ever.