This popular microgreen has a peppery, buttery, earthy flavor. Arugula microgreens have a tender texture that chefs love to use for display. This microgreen is also rich in vitamins A, B, C, E, and K. Arugula microgreens also have a great amount of calcium in them and due to lower amounts of oxalates, which can prevent your body from fully absorbing the calcium, they are great for bone health.
Arugula is a perfect addition to any salad! A LittleLeaf favorite is to add a pinch on top of a burger
A great source of vitamins A, B, C, E, K, calcium, iron, and phosphorous: Arugula microgreens are a great way to help with bone health.
This crunchy, dark green microgreen has a mild taste that goes well with most dishes. Broccoli microgreens are harvested at a stage where the greens have a higher amount of sulforaphane. This natural compound helps lower blood pressure and triglyceride levels. Broccoli just so happens to be the one microgreen with the highest levels of sulforaphane. These microgreens also have glucoraphanin, which is a compound that acts as an anti-inflammatory. In addition, these microgreens come packed with vitamins and nutrients such as vitamins A, C, calcium, iron, and phosphorus.
Broccoli microgreens are great in soups, salads, sandwiches. A LittleLeaf favorite is in broccoli and cheddar soup
An excellent source of Vitamins A, B, C, E, and K, Calcium, Iron, and phosphorus. Extra benefits from Broccoli microgreens are anti-inflammatory properties and they also promote heart health
This Mexican, Indian and Chinese cuisine staple is also known as Mexican or Chinese parsley. Cilantro microgreens have a fresh, crisp palatable combination of parsley and citrus. This micro herb is rich in vitamin C, K, and E and contains 3 times more beta carotene, or Vitamin A, than it’s mature leaves. This helps promote healthy skin and other benefits. Cilantro microgreens also contain many fat-soluble antioxidants that are extremely important for natural organ function.
This micro herb goes well as garnishes for South American, Indian, and Asian dishes. A Little Leaf favorite is to add cilantro microgreens to tacos and burritos.
A great source of Vitamin A, C, K, E, calcium, iron, phosphorus, folate, potassium, manganese, choline, beta-cryptoxanthin, lutein, zeaxanthin. Cilantro Microgreens provide nutrients that help skin, hair, and eye health.
Leek microgreens are a very good sweet oniony, garlic addition to any dish. This microgreen has a potent, but not offensive onion flavor and they come tear-free unlike its cousin, the onion. Leek microgreens are great to use in any dish, or as a garnish. Adding Leek microgreens to your meals adds a large amount of vitamins A, B6, C, E, and K. In addition, these great microgreens contain folate, fiber, potassium, manganese, magnesium, riboflavin, metals like Copper and Iron, and Omega-3 Fatty Acids. This is one serious microgreen that is a Little Leaf favorite!
Great in soups, salads, sandwiches, or as an onion substitute in many other dishes. A LittleLeaf favorite is to add leek microgreens to egg drop soup.
Leek is a great source of Vitamins A, B6, C, E, and K, contain folate, fiber, potassium, manganese, magnesium, and riboflavin. Some extra benefits from these microgreens are that they are rich in omega-3 fatty acids and contain over 80 nutrients.
MILD Microgreen Mix
This is a beautiful green and purple mix that has an amazing mix of colors and nutrients. The Mild Micro mix is a delicious addition to any meal and it is packed with all the nutrients from mizuna, cabbage, kale, and kohlrabi. This mix will make any plate look and taste gourmet.
Mild mix is great in soups, salads, and garnishes. This mix is a great additive to any dish to add extra flavor and nutrition. A LittleLeaf favorite is to add it on top of steak
Mil microgreen mix is packed with Vitamins A, C, K, B, B6, and U (for gastrointestinal), fiber, folate, potassium, phosphorus, thiamin, and calcium.
Mustard is the second most popular spice in the world! Mustard microgreens taste just like mustard. They have a tender, peppery, rich flavor, all while offering a gentle spicy kick. This delicious and colorful microgreen has anti-inflammatory properties, which can help with inflammation and arthritis. They can also help with digestion and can support bone health because of its high amounts of vitamin K and calcium. Mustard microgreens have high levels of antioxidants, folate, fiber, and protein. They are rich in vitamins A, B6, C, E, and K.
Mustard microgreens are great on any style sandwich, egg dishes, burgers, and so much more! A LittleLeaf favorite is to add Mustard microgreens to everything!
These microgreens are an excellent source of Vitamins A, B6, C, E, and K, calcium, antioxidants, folate, fiber, and protein.
These tender, flavorful Pea Shoots have a tasty, sweet flavor just like peas picked and eaten right in the garden. This fresh, crunchy green goes great in salads, wraps, quick stir fry, or just by itself as a tasty snack! Pea microgreens are loaded with enzymes to help with digestion. There are great benefits to adding these greens to your diet because they are also packed with antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals such as vitamins A and C, folic acid, calcium, iron and fiber.
Soups, salads, stir-fries, smoothies, snacks. A LitteLeaf favorite is sauteing Pea shoots in garlic and butter and adding to meals.
An excellent source of Vitamins A and C, folic acid, calcium, iron, and fiber. Pea shoots are a great way to help with digestive health.
Radish microgreens are one of the most nutrient compact microgreens. It contains a variety of vitamins such as vitamins A, B, C, E, and K and is also rich in essential amino acids. This spicy microgreen has a great amount of chlorophyll, carotenes, calcium, fiber, folic acid, iron, magnesium, pantothenic acid (vitamin B5), potassium, and zink. Radish microgreens have properties that are extremely essential to human life, and they also help to both improve energy levels and the body’s ability to eliminate toxins. This beautiful microgreen goes well to enhance the flavors and the colors in meals as a topping, or an addition to salads and even smoothies
Pho, salads, sandwiches, and smoothies. A LittleLeaf favorite is an addition to turkey and cheese sandwiches.
Radish microgreens are one of the most nutrient-dense microgreens aside from Kale. This superfood has an exceptional amount of Vitamin A, B, C, E, and K, essential amino acids, chlorophyll, carotenes, calcium, fiber, folic acid, iron, magnesium, pantothenic acid (vitamin B5), potassium and zink.
Kohlrabi, often called the German turnip, is actually German for “cabbage turnip” even though they are not actually a part of the turnip family. They are, however, a part of the cabbage, broccoli, and cauliflower family. Kohlrabi microgreens are sweet and similar to a turnip but more like sweet broccoli. This microgreen stands out with its bright pink stems and dark green leaves, making it one of the most popular microgreens for garnishes. Kohlrabi also has the same nutritional benefits as any cruciferous. Because of how rich it is in vitamin B6, fiber, folate, potassium, phosphorus, thiamin, and calcium, it is great for digestive health, energy boost, bone strength, and blood pressure. On top of that, this mighty microgreen has more than 100% of the recommended daily value of Vitamin C!
Kohlrabi microgreens are a great addition to salads
kohlrabi microgreens are high in Vitamins A, B6, C, K, fiber, folate, potassium, phosphorus, thiamin, and calcium. These microgreens are great for digestive health, energy boost, bone strength, and blood pressure.