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From Salads to Spreads to STEM:
Three Recipes to Make with Sprouts of All Sorts

What’s more satisfying than growing sprouts at home? Eating them! Whether you’ve sprouted a modest cup or two of wheat berries or an alarming volume of lentils, we’ve got “Now what?” answers with three things to make with sprouts.

Serve our spicy sprouted lentil dip as a satisfying appetizer. Dig into our hearty sprouted wheat berry salad. Or sprout up some nerdtastic fun with a squirrelly STEM activity for kids.

Whatever you make, one thing’s for sure: these three recipes with sprouts are a wholesome gateway to goodness for all ages!

West African White Bean and Sprouted Lentil Dip

Zest up your week with this versatile make-ahead dip. Starting with a cup of freshly sprouted green or white lentils, this tangy, spiced spread is anything but boring.

Bursting with flavour—and nutrition—our protein-packed West African Spiced White Bean and Sprouted Lentil Dip recipe is sure to satisfy. Especially when you spread it on your favourite Silver Hills Bakery sprouted whole grain toast!

Sprouted Wheatberry Salad

Sprouted Wheat Berry and Kale Salad

Sweet and tender sprouted wheat berries, earthy kale, spiced pecans, and citrusy dressing—now that’s a sunny salad that could brighten any day!

With three days and three tablespoons of dry wheat kernels, just add water to sprout yourself the base of an energizing meal with substance.

Serve as a satisfying meal for grown-ups or get your kids in on the sprouting and let the chewy wheat berries they grew give them a gentle side-dish welcome into the wonderful world of salad!

Sprouting STEM Activity for Kids

Unleash your secret science nerd for some wholesome, curiosity-satisfying fun with kids of all ages.

Half craft, half science experiment—and 100% delicious—this simple sprouted STEAM activity is a surefire cure for winter-, spring-, or summer-break boredom!

And a rewarding way to explore the wonder of the plant lifecycle through the magic of sprouts!

Our sprouting STEAM activity checks all the boxes for at home STEM activities for kids from preschool to seventh grade

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Silver Hills Bakery’s Sprouted Education Series:


Part 1: The WHAT of Sprouted Whole Grains


Part 2: The WHY of Sprouted Whole Grains


Part 3: Now TRY Sprouted Whole Grains