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INTRODUCING: NEW HARVEST ROASTING KIT

I have to admit that as a kid seeing dishes of roasted veggies, or even the pictures of cornucopias, did not wet my whistle or get me to the dinner table. One of those instances I feel like I should apologize to my parents. Oh how the tables have turned! The flavors and colors that cornucopia pictures hold are one of the true delights of Fall. The smells coming out of the oven from the herbs and spices infusing those delicious veggies are all I need to wait at the table, staring at the oven. So of course we had to get into this game at Cece’s and figure out how to make it easy enough to do several days a week instead of once or twice a season!

Our Harvest Roasting Kit includes Organic butternut squash, carrot, and purple sweet potato— all washed, peeled and fresh-cut to perfection (and if you’ve ever tried to cut up a butternut squash you’re probably glad you never have to do it again). Roasting brings out the natural sweetness of these veggies, so just let them do the work! We even created an herb-y seasoning blend that will make your kitchen smell exactly like Thanksgiving itself.

 

Not only do these deliciously sweet veggies pair perfectly with holiday herbs, they are also packed with nutrients.

 

Butternut Squash: An abundant source of powerful antioxidants, including Vitamin C and beta-carotene. These antioxidants help prevent or slow cellular damage and reduce inflammation.

 

Carrot: Well known for being rich in beta carotene, which the body converts into Vitamin A! This important nutrient promotes good vision, aids in growth and development, and boosts immune function.

 

Purple Sweet Potato: These colorful veggies are a good source of Vitamin B6, and antioxidants! Purple sweets are also a good source of potassium and fiber. This helps with feeling full, stabilizing blood sugar, and maintaining healthy cholesterol levels.

 

Our Harvest Roasting Kit is available nationwide at Sprouts and HEB – check out our store locator to find it near you!

 

Your Veggie Nerd,
Mason Arnold