Recipes

Farmers Market Week Meal Plan Recipes

To celebrate National Farmers Market Week, our market worked with local nutritionist and owner of Wild Roots Nutrition, Allie Wayman, who created FOUR meal plans with correlating shopping lists for our customers.

Each meal plan includes a week’s worth of recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and correlating farmers market and grocery store shopping lists.c

Click Here for Meal Plan Recipes

Recipes from Recent Cooking Demos

Big thanks to all who attended Customer Appreciation Day on July 13th! What a great turn out!

Pat Simon, Owner of Customer Cafe Custom Cafe

Custom Café  has been a vendor at our market for ages! They sell amazing custom soup/dip/bread dry mixes that are free of fake ingredients, like “natural flavors” and preservatives.

Custom Cafe Dill Potato Salad:

Ingredients

1 package...   | Read More

Herb Biscuits From Dishing Up the Dirt

We love Dishing Up the Dirt’s recipes because of their seasonality. Right now shoppers can find a superb variety of herbs at the Coppell Farmers Market.

Fresh Herb Biscuits

Market Shopping List:

1 bunch thyme, parsley, or basil from Biscuit Heads Baking Co. or Elliott Grows1 container handmade butter from Sundance Gardenmilk (in place of butter milk) from Jersey Girls Milk Co.

Homemade Spiced Chai with Vendor Naivedhya

This last stretch of winter calls for a warm cup of homemade chai tea! See this throwback from last October for recipe details: 

We were lucky to host CFM vendor and local practitioner and educator, Sapna Punjabi-Gupta on Saturday, October 6th, for a cooking demonstration in celebration of Ayurveda Awareness Month and Vegetarian month!

Sapna is the owner of Naivedhya; she teaches workshops and lecture series, she offers consultations and Youtube...   | Read More

Paleo Sweet Potato Recipe from Wild Roots Nutrition

The Coppell Farmers Market hosted Allie Wayman of Wild Roots Nutrition for a holiday inspired cooking demonstration. Allie taught us how to make a delicious Paleo sweet potato casserole, and shared tips on enjoying the holidays with REAL FOOD.

 

Our market hosts four cooking demonstrations each year; the demos are taught by diverse Dallas-area food and health educators and chefs. This series is offered free of charge and aims to share delicious food prep ideas with farmers...   | Read More

Cheesy Baked Eggplant from Pinch of Yum

“These little eggplant pizzas are baked slices of breaded eggplant topped with marinara and melted cheese. Simple, healthy, delicious!”– Pinch of  Yum See the Recipe.

 

What you’ll need from the Coppell Farmers Market: 1 large eggplant 1 carton of eggs 1 ball of Jersey Girl Dairy’s mozzarella cheese toppings: fresh arugula or greens, sweet pepper, sausage, bacon, olives, etc.
Peach cobbler

Grandma Baskin’s Peach Cobbler

Find the most delicious peaches at the Coppell Farmers Market NOW-August.

Here’s a favorite of our market manager’s, Amanda Austin. Her Grandmother Baskin’s peach cobbler.

1 *homemade pie crust (or store bought), cut into 1 inch strips. 4 Cups of ripe peaches , skinned and pitted 1 Cup of sugar 3 tablespoons of unsalted butter, cut into bits Ice cream

Preheat oven to 425 degrees. Lightly grease 2 quart casserole. Gently mix sugar and peaches.

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Kale salad with hummus dressing

Kale Salad with Hummus dressing

Find nearly all ingredients for this hearty Mediterranean Kale Salad at the farmers market. We now offer olives, hummus and pita chips! Click here for the recipe from Two Peas & Their Pod.    
vegetable chowder

Thick, Cheesy Vegetable Chowder

A comforting and filling soup using winter veggies including broccoli and cauliflower. This tasty, cheesy soup fills the bill for these days with cooler temperatures.

Here are the vegetables needed, then click here to read the entire recipe on 12 Tomatoes:

1 (32 oz.) carton low-sodium chicken or vegetable broth 1 heads broccoli, cut into florets 1/2 small head cauliflower, cut into florets 3 medium russet potatoes, peeled and diced 3 carrots, peeled and diced 3 stalks celery,...   | Read More
Grilled eggplant

Easy Grilled Eggplant

 

“We love tender Asian or Japanese eggplants because they don’t require pre-salting nor are they heavily seeded. These eggplants always cook up to a wonderful, tender texture.” (Best Recipe Box)

This easy recipe with simple ingredients will make your market eggplant shine!

Ingredients:

eggplant parsley or cilantro olive oil soy sauce or Worcestershire sauce Dijon mustard lemon juice salt pepper

Click here for full recipe.

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