What’s in season February coloring page, print it out and give it to your kids!
In February, the selection of fresh produce available can vary depending on where you live. However, in many places, you can expect to find a variety of fruits and vegetables that are in season during this winter month. Here’s a general list that might be relevant for you:
Citrus fruits: Oranges, grapefruits, lemons, and limes are often at their peak during February. These fruits are not only delicious but also packed with vitamin C, which is great for boosting your immune system during the colder months.
Homemade Lemon dressing
This dressing is made with healthy, low-calorie ingredients, and its mild citrus flavor makes it perfect for enhancing the flavor of your favorite dishes.
Lemon Hummus with mint
Discover how to prepare a delicious and nutritious hummus with mint and lime.
This recipe is a perfect combination of the creaminess of classic hummus with the freshness of mint and the citrus of lemon.
Ideal for a healthy snack, side dish or dressing.
Surprise yourself with its unique and refreshing taste!
Vegan Lemon Cake Donuts
Indulge in the zesty delight of our Vegan Lemon Cake Donuts—a perfect fusion of sweet and tangy flavors! These donuts are not only mouthwatering and delicious but also completely plant-based.
Ideal for breakfast, dessert, or any time you need a burst of citrusy sweetness! 🍋🍩
Pears: Depending on the variety, some pears are still in season during February.
Avocados: Avocado season can vary significantly depending on the variety and the region where they’re grown. However, avocados are somewhat unique in that they can be found year-round, thanks to the different growing seasons across various countries. Hass avocados, the most common variety, are available all year but their peak season runs from winter through spring (roughly from December to April).
Healthy guacamole recipe
This recipe is for the healthiest guacamole and it has three ingredients. Really, search no more and start enjoying all the benefits and magic of avocados.
Creamy avocado salsa verde with tomatillos
This recipe for creamy green sauce with avocado is the perfect recipe to eat with tortilla chips, with quesadillas, sopes, flautas or even on its own. This green sauce with avocado is very rich and easy to make.
Grapefruit arugula salad with avocado
Arugula, grapefruit and avocado salad recipe with shallot dressing.
If you're uncertain whether to make guacamole or hummus, this avocado hummus recipe is just what you need. It combines the tasty flavor and creamy texture of both guacamole and hummus.
Apples: While the harvest season for apples is typically in the fall, many varieties store well and remain available and crisp throughout the winter.
homemade unsweetened apple sauce
Do you want to eat a healthy snack with a sweet and sour taste at the same time? If you are an apple fan, then this post is for you. Want to add a sweet-sour flavor to your daily routine?
Autumn Harvest Kale and Brussels Sprout Salad with Apple and Pomegranate
Embrace the flavors of fall with this vibrant Autumn Harvest Kale and Brussels Sprout Salad. The salad is then uplifted with the sweet crispness of sliced apples and the tangy burst of pomegranate seeds, offering a symphony of flavors in every bite.
Vegan Apple Cider Donuts Recipe (Easy And Delicious)
They’re sweet, tempting, and delicious, and hard to resist. If you like apples, cinnamon, and flour, you’ll love this recipe for Vegan Apple Cider Donuts. And it’s easy to make!
Kiwi: This small fruit is often at its best during the winter months.
Root vegetables: Carrots, beets, and turnips are commonly available in February. These vegetables are hearty and perfect for warming winter dishes.
Mexican beet and orange salad
This Mexican beet and orange salad recipe is easy to make and packed with the flavor and super nutritional powers of beets and orange. This salad is perfect for lunch, dinner or a special celebration.
Beet Hummus: A Healthy Vegan Dip
Learn how to make tasty and nutritious beet hummus – a vegan dip perfect for parties or as a healthy snack. Discover the recipe and benefits of this vibrant pink hummus!
Beet juice with carrots, pear and lemon juice
It is the perfect juice to start the day or as a mid-afternoon treat. This juice has beets, carrots, and pears.
Leafy greens: Kale, collards, and Swiss chard can withstand cold temperatures and are often available fresh in February.
Vegan farro salad with kale and navy beans
Beans, grains and greens in a bowl with an amazing orange vinaigrette.
Vegan Kale and Potato tacos
These kale and potato tacos are the perfect stew for lunch, dinner, or breakfast. This plant-based recipe is going to become a basic in your home, just like in mine. The potatoes and kale cooked in tomato sauce are perfect for serving in taquitos with avocado and sauce.
Winter squash: Varieties like butternut, acorn, and spaghetti squash are still in season and offer a sweet, nutty flavor to dishes.
Vegan RED LENTIL BUTTERNUT SQUASH SOUP
This recipe for curried red lentil butternut squash soup is both delicious and incredibly easy to prepare.
Butternut Squash Soup Recipe (Easy, Healthy, And Delicious)
My recipe is very different from other recipes you’ll find; it is effortless to make and has a very Mexican twist, I serve it with chipotle-cinnamon lightly sprinkled tortilla chips.
Cabbage: This versatile vegetable is in season and can be used in a variety of dishes, from soups and stews to slaws and salads.
How To Make Sopa de Albóndigas- Vegan Mexican Meatball Soup
Learn how to make this delicious and hearty Mexican meatball soup, packed with flavorful ingredients like garlic, onion, and tomatoes. Perfect for a cozy night in or serving to a crowd. This is a Vegan Meatball Soup Recipe.
Best vegan brussel sprout recipes
These are my favorite vegan brussels sprouts salad recipes. Did you know that you can make vegan chorizo tostadas with them? Or roast them or eat them raw? They are the best!
Sweet and spicy Brussels sprouts
These roasted sweet and spicy Brussels sprouts are absolutely delicious. Every time I make them, I have to double the recipe because they are so popular. The sauce is a unique combination of sweet and spicy flavors that are incredibly satisfying and make you want to keep eating.