Feed your family healthy and organic meals with The Organic Center’s favorite recipes. Each dish comes with a side of science on the nutritional and environmental benefits of the organic ingredients used. We have included a variety of vegetarian and vegan recipes that your kids will love. Eat delicious food and learn why organic is better for you and the planet.

We’ll continue to add new organic recipes, so check back for more kitchen inspiration!


Stay Home, Stay Healthy, Stay Nourished

We are sending love and strength to our community out there struggling with trying to make ends meet, juggling kids during school closures, and keeping your family fed during the COVID-19 pandemic. It can be a challenge to stay healthy and get creative when you’re cooking from your pantry and freezer, all while trying to reduce the number of trips to the grocery store. It's why we've partnered with a number of organic businesses to post a "quarantine-friendly" recipe every day on our social channels and share simple swaps for when you don’t have everything on the ingredients list. Be sure to follow us on Instagram and Facebook for daily recipes, and search our extensive database of ideas below. Happy cooking!

This month’s recipe combines two intriguing scientific studies: one on peaches and one on tea. These make the perfect combination for a refreshing drink on a hot August night....
Who knew you could grill peaches? This is a fun and easy dessert to add to your backyard BBQ. The Science Stone fruits such as peaches and nectarines are an important fruit...
For some reason, apricots are one of those fruits that come and go in the blink of an eye. They come on fast and furious, and you have a very short window of time to deal with an...
These pancakes look very impressive and are deceptively easy to make although you do need a blender. Dutch oven pancakes differ from regular pancakes in that you bake your batter...
Hash browns are supposed to be easy to make from scratch, but despite soaking, draining and squeezing grated potatoes to get rid of their starch, hash browns can still come out...
The Science A study in Applied Biological Research compared nutritional values of organic versus conventional kale, and found the organic kale was nutritionally superior. In...
This recipe is adapted from Jamie Oliver’s and is really easy to make if you have a large food processor. It’s also a great way to get kids to eat more squash! It is especially...
After water tea is the most widely consumed beverage in the world. Try your next glass of tea as a sweet frozen desert with this simple recipe.  Remember to use organic tea! The...
It’s the peak of the season for grape production, and while grapes are really delicious raw, their flavor can be enhanced by a light roasting. Once lightly shriveled, the sugar...
For a novel twist on the traditional holiday turkey, try this recipe with a blueberry balsamic glaze! Bring bright flavors to your holiday table (or any time you're feeling the...
Serve this dip with bread, veggies, grilled meat or chips and …if you end up just licking it out of the bowl, who are we to judge you? When looking for dill weed, make sure to...
It’s that time of year again—back to school, which means you’ll be doing a lot of shopping--new school supplies, clothes and shoes, and those important lunch box items for growing...

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