Sunflower Microgreens

Quick Guide to Sunflower Microgreens and How to Use Them

If you’re just diving into the microgreen world or looking to expand your horizons, sunflower microgreens are a great way to go. Learn more about them below.


What Do Sunflower Microgreens Taste Like?


Most microgreens taste much like their mature counterparts. Therefore, sunflower microgreens taste a lot like sunflower seeds. They are a mix between nutty and lemony but have a more raw and sweet taste.


What Health Benefits Do Sunflower Microgreens Provide?


Sunflower microgreens are packed with nutrition. They are full of protein and improve the absorption of zinc and magnesium. They have antimicrobial, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory properties.


Additionally, they are great for heart health and weight management as they are low in calories. They are a great source for Vitamin A, Vitamin K, Vitamin E, Vitamin B, Vitamin D, calcium, potassium, phosphorus, and more. And they are full of essential amino acids needed for a healthy body.


How Can I Use Them?


There are many ways you can add sunflower microgreens to your diet, including the following:

  • By themselves as a snack

  • In your favorite soups

  • Juices and smoothies

  • Sunflower shoot guacamole

  • On sandwiches and wraps


One of the most popular methods, though, is in sunflower microgreen salad. You can mix your microgreens in with your regular salad if you choose for some extra flavor and nutrition. Or you can make your microgreen salad with your sunflowers microgreens in place of lettuce. In either case, these salads are both delicious and nutritious.


If sunflower microgreens sound like a dream to you, we’ve got you covered. Take a look at our delicious offerings to experience the benefits for yourself.