If you are like me, we have the best intentions of eating right.  When I go to the store, I head to the vegetable aisle first because I know I’ll forget otherwise and know I should be eating more of them.

However, the problem is when I get back home.

I know I need to eat more leafy greens, but the problem comes down to preparing them right.  Personally, I can only have salad with some type of dressing so often.  I need something more to spice things up.

Toasted almonds…perfect.  Fresh fruit…even better.

This past week I was looking through my options and realized I hadn’t made a salad in long time using my own products!  I know, crazy :)  So I decided to change that.

I decided to use a great combination of mixed leafy greens, fresh cut strawberries, a raspberry vinaigrette, and then topped it off with some of Cricket Bites.  (If you haven’t had a chance to try our Cricket Bites, they are made with our roasted crickets raised here in North America.  Check out all 5 flavors here.)

Instead of using almonds or walnuts for a boost of protein, the Cricket Bites were a perfect option for a natural protein crouton if you will.  I tied a combination of our Roasted Original and Cayenne Spicy Peppers for a little bit of kick to the salad, and it was a great choice.  The Cricket Bites give a boost of protein with 5g of protein per pack, and give a naturally nutty taste almost like a rice puff.

If you want to check out the salad I made, check out the photo below.  But let us know what your favorite salad recipe is and I would love to try it!  We have made some of our own vinaigrette before using cricket powder, but I am always game to try a new flavor combination with my salad.  Just send me a message here. Thanks!

Cricket Flour Recipes

If you want to check out more of our Cricket Flour recipes, and how you can bake with cricket flour or how to use cricket powder, make sure to check out our recipes page by clicking here.  We have a bunch of crafted recipes using cricket protein, and have even more included within our published Cricket Flour Cookbook: All Cricket, No BULL…