It’s easy going green with this light, bright, and slightly sweet recipe.
Peas are a kid-friendly favourite in many households and our English Pea Toast Sandwich on Sprouted Bread is an easy spread recipe that can be adapted to fit anyone’s taste. (Don’t like cilantro? Skip it and add more mint! Kids don’t like spice? Leave out the jalapeño and chili flakes. Like lemon more than lime? Try it with some lemon zest!).
Our versatile English Pea Toast spread is the perfect way to broaden your child’s food horizons by having them try something they know and like in a new context.
Use it as a toast topper, a dip for veggies, or a fresh and delicious sandwich spread. It’s perfect for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or an anytime snack. There are lots of ways you can make this work for you and your family! We used it to make a healthy, grown-up sandwich on The Big 16, but you could serve it on your family’s favourite Silver Hills sprouted whole grain bread for a fresh taste with a familiar flavour.
Use frozen peas to get that spring-time freshness and flavour year-round. Blend with fresh mint, garlic, cilantro, and lime for a light, fresh, and delicious meal that satisfies, for breakfast, lunch, snack, or even a light and speedy dinner! With frozen peas, convenience doesn’t mean you have to compromise. Frozen fruits and vegetables often retain their vitamins and nutrients as well—or better than!—their fresh counterparts1.