Zoodle Salad

I got the inspiration for this salad from my friend Barb, who brought a zoodle salad to Bunco last week.  I knew I had to create something yummy to replace spaghetti salad, and this sure fits the bill!  If you have never made zoodles, you must try it.  You feel so much healthier than eating pasta, and it is sooo easy.  This little tool is not expensive, and it works like a charm.  Takes less than five minutes to zoodle your zucchini, I promise.

3 zucchini – zoodled

3 organic fresh mushrooms, diced

1/4 cup chopped sundried tomatoes

2 tablespoons pine nuts

1/4 cup goat cheese crumbles

Wildtree Basil Pesto Grapeseed Oil

Wildtree Apple Balsamic Vinegar

After you zoodle the zucchini, cut it into bit size pieces to make it easier to eat.  Add the remaining ingredients and drizzle with the grapeseed oil and balsamic vinegar.  Done!

Last night I had a ripe mango from Lakeland Organic that I needed to eat, so I had me some salmon with the mango and this yummy salad.  Delish and I felt so good for eating it!  Shalom!

Scampi with Sundried Tomatoes


Sometimes it’s nice to have something quick and simple with no meat.  This is a great option for a quick meal that can be ready any time with the items from your pantry.

8 ounces pasta of choice, cooked according to package directions – reserve 1/4 cup cooking water

3 tablespoons Wildtree Basil Pesto Grapeseed Oil

2 tablespoons Wildtree Roasted Garlic Grapeseed Oil

3 teaspoons Wildtree Scampi Blend

1/4 cup diced sundried tomatoes

1/4 cup sliced black olives

Heat oil in saute pan.  Add Scampi Blend, sundried tomatoes and olives.  Stir until heated through.  Toss with 1/4 cup reserved pasta cooking water and pasta.  Serve & enjoy!

Texas Caviar

1 Red Pepper

1 Yellow Pepper

1 Onion

2 tablespoons Wildtree Roasted Garlic Grapeseed Oil

2 cans black eyed peas

1/4 cup Wildtree Basil Pesto Grapeseed Oil

1/4 cup Wildtree Apple Balsamic Vinegar

1/4 cup water

1 teaspoon Wildtree Garlic & Herb Blend

1/8 teaspoon Chipotle Lime Rub

Salt to taste

Saute peppers and onion until tender.  Combine with remaining ingredients and chill.

Serve with tortilla chips.  This is a great replacement for salsa – a family favorite!