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Buggy Bottle Caps

Teach younger generations about upcycling while also encouraging their creativity with these sweet little critter crafts!

Tulip Solo

If there’s one sure sign of spring, it’s tulips. Poking through the barren ground, they brighten often drab end-of-winter surroundings with their beautiful, vibrant and springy hues.

Refrigerator Magnet Planters

Why toss the wine corks when you can instead transform them into adorable miniature planters, complete with live greenery? Making these cute refrigerator magnets is simple and quick and you likely have most of what you need on hand already.

Spring Cleaning Checklist

While spring cleaning traditionally involves more than just a quick vacuum and wiping down of the bathroom mirror, it also doesn’t have to be a month-long cleaning marathon.

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Frozen PB and Grapes

Take frozen grapes to the next level with a dip in peanut butter yogurt for a healthy treat with a creamy twist.

Eggs and Toast Muffin Cups

How do you make eggs and toast for a crowd? Try a muffin cup. Buttery toast is the perfect crust for loaded scrambled eggs.

Pineapple Agua Fresca

When is water more than water? When it is blended with fresh pineapple and a hint of honey.

Seared Halibut with Pesto

Created by: Leigh Ann Hieronymus

Fresh pesto is a snap to make, and in this recipe meaty halibut is seared and finished in the oven.

Fusilli & Arugula Salad

Created by: Ashley Torres, Pursuit of Shoes

Springtime is here, and that means there are a lot of delicious and fresh veggies to go around. Try switching up your traditional green salad with pasta this season – you'll be surprised at what a little fusilli can do.

Party Plan: Earth Day Party

This Earth Day, invite your friends and family over to celebrate brighter days, blooming buds and taking care of the Earth!

Dietitian’s Corner: What Makes Produce “Clean?” Understanding Pesticide Use and Safety

Created by: By: Allison Kuhn, MS, RDN, LD
Registered Dietitian Nutritionist with The Little Clinic (inside select stores)

There’s no shortage of hot topics for food and nutrition today. One that comes up often is pesticide use on fruits and vegetables. Most people know that we need to eat more fruits and veggies for our health, but are the pesticides used to raise our produce safe?

Rhubarb Pie

Created by: Mrs. Meyer's Clean Day Products

While rhubarb is actually a tart vegetable, it’s most often used with fruits in pies, cobblers, and crisps. Here, it shines on its own—unless you want to add a scoop of vanilla ice cream!

Upcycled Bird Feeder

Created by: Mrs. Meyer's Clean Day Products

Add some homemade beauty for your flying friends this spring out of an empty plastic bottle to make an upcycled bird feeder. If you use a plain container, try painting it or wrapping it in vinyl adhesive paper.

Homemade Hummus

Created by: The Simple Truth Blog

Hummus only takes a few ingredients to make—many of which you may have on hand! Enjoy with pita chips or fresh veggies like carrots or bell peppers.

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