Archive for the ‘Dreamfields Recipes’ Category


Take Advantage of the BEST Vegetable of the Season – Tomatoes

August 13th, 2018 by

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It’s the best time of year for tomato fans! If you’re lucky enough to have tomatoes in your garden, chances are they are ready to slice into salad, toss into pasta or use in your favorite sauce recipe. Tomatoes are such a delicious and versatile vegetable, but using the right variety can be the difference between a successful sauce or a ho hum meal. Choosing a ripe, juicy tomato is just the beginning! Find out which varieties to choose for your recipe….

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Hot Summer Health Tips!

July 11th, 2018 by

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As the temperature rises some of us can’t resist the urge to get out and soak up the sun, but for some of us the heat means stay in and stay cool. Whichever category you fall into, there’s a few things you can do to keep moving and stay active all summer long!…

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Looking for a Little Nutritional Inspiration? Try Something NEW!

April 12th, 2018 by

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Do you eat the same breakfast every day? Do you have the same go-to vegetable or salad that finds its way to your table night after night? Do you “brown bag it” to ensure you eat a healthy lunch and be more penny-wise? Healthy eating can be delicious and rewarding with these unexpected ways to mix in vegetables, and even fruit, with your pasta….

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Seafood on a Budget? There Are Plenty of Delicious Options!

March 21st, 2018 by

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It’s truly the season for fresh fish dishes. Seafood is generally low in fat and a great source of protein, but for some of us eating seafood on a regular basis can be a bit expensive. Here are some great tips to add seafood to your diet and still stay on budget!

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Stick with Your New Year’s Resolution with These “Healthy Hacks”

December 9th, 2016 by

The Dietary Guidelines for Americans (2015) focus on food variety, flexibility and simple ways to shift to better nutrition. They also inspired these #HealthyHacks to help you stick with your resolutions this new year.

1. Get out of a breakfast rut. Instead of cooked oatmeal, switch to pasta as your “cooked cereal.” Blend low-fat regular or Greek yogurt with chopped fruit, cinnamon, and perhaps honey and mint. Toss with cooked and chilled pasta; top with toasted nuts. Dreamfields’ Fruit & Yogurt Elbow Salad provides 10 grams of protein and 6 grams of fiber per serving to your morning meal.

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Thanksgiving Pasta Recipes

November 10th, 2016 by

Thanksgiving pasta side dish ideas from Dreamfields pasta

Serve these delicious seasonal pasta recipes at your Thanksgiving table. Your guests will appreciate the unique side dish! For the kids (and kids at heart), whip up some Healthier Mac and Cheese in case the traditional Thanksgiving fare doesn’t tempt them as much as you might like….

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Healthy Pasta Month Week 3: “Marinara-Thon” Red Sauce Recipes

October 23rd, 2016 by

Healthy Pasta Month by Dreamfields Week 3 Marinara Red Sauce Pasta Recipes

>>> Get all the recipes and giveaways on the Healthy Pasta Month calendar page.

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Healthy Pasta Month Week 2: Spice of Life Pasta Recipes

October 16th, 2016 by

Easy to make spicy pasta recipes for Healthy pasta month by Dreamfields

Have you seen the amazing daily recipes, giveaways and surprises Dreamfields has been posting for #HealthyPastaMonth? It’s already Week 2 and this week’s theme is about the “Spice of Life.” All of the delicious pasta recipes we’re sharing this week kick up the flavor a notch with herbs and spices….

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Your Culinary Passport: Middle East: Crossroads of Flavor

July 17th, 2015 by

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With its land and sea routes, the Middle East has been a crossroad of flavor for centuries. This region hosted the cradle of ancient civilizations where foods such as wheat, barley, pomegranates, pistachios, dates and figs were first grown—and the Mediterranean, perfect for olive trees and herbs. Foods such as citrus and spices from Asia, coffee beans from Ethiopia and sheep from Europe blended into the regions’ many cuisines. Thousands of years of culinary tradition have created unique dishes, shared at today’s global table. …

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4 Veggies to Grill NOW!

June 8th, 2015 by

We see it all the time at parties and cook-outs – guys at the grill with the burgers and dogs or steak and chicken – but how about taking your grilling skills to the next level? Grilling vegetables allows sugar to caramelize and really takes their flavor to a new level. Grilled vegetables are delicious on their own or mixed with your favorite cut of Dreamfields pasta! …

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