5 Easy Olive Oil Recipes To Try Tonight

Food & Recipes, Member Spotlight | April 11, 2018

Many of our Moms Meet Bloggers recently created some amazing recipes using extra virgin olive oil on their blogs as part of the #FlavorYourLife campaign. This campaign aims to educate North American consumers about the history of extra virgin olive oil and why authentic, European olive oil is the finest in the world. From the time of harvest to which country it comes from, Flavor Your Life hopes to empower consumers to make informed decisions when purchasing extra virgin olive oil in the future. Check out our some of our favorite recipes!

Fast & Easy Skillet Garlic Knots

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Sara from Crooked Creek Life made this delicious and super easy garlic knot recipe. With only five ingredients, it’s perfect for any occasion. Check out the recipe on her blog.

Kid Friendly Avocado Tuna Boats

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This recipe from Nikki at Healing Mama Remedies brought us this healthy recipe containing two healthy fats: avocado and olive oil. She especially loves making this recipe with her kids. The more involved her kids are in making the meals, the more likely they are to eat them!

Vegan Frittata

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Yes, it is possible to have frittata without eggs! Vegan frittata might sound like an oxymoron, but Natalie from Hello Day Blog shares an amazing new dish her friend introduced her to. Curious? Click here for the recipe.

Roasted Vegetarian Peppers

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Meg from Bored Mom loves switching up flavors when she’s cooking by using extra virgin olive oil. Here’s a mouth-watering roasted pepper recipe that also happens to be vegetarian!

Olive Oil Sugar Cookies

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Have you ever tried baking cookies with olive oil? Theresa from Dear Creatives has come up with a bright flavored, but still light on the citrus, lemon sugar cookie. Click for the recipe here.

To learn more about Flavor Your Life, check out our website here.

What are some of your favorite olive oil recipes? Share in the comments.


 
 

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