5 Rhubarb Recipes

I have garden envy. Growing up in California, I never lived in a place where I couldn’t grow a garden. After a few years of attempting a failed garden at our house in Seattle we gave up. The spot of land where we were able to grow only managed to suck up three hours of sun at the most, so things like tomatoes never ripened. Now that we have moved and are looking for a new place, a functional gardening spot is a must.

Everywhere I turn, there is a house with a beautiful garden producing fruits and vegetables. My envy has been somewhat productive taking ideas from each one for my future dream garden. One thing I have noticed growing in many of the gardens here in Salem, OR is rhubarb.

I know nothing about rhubarb! In my attempt to learn more I began searching the net and found these delicious looking recipes. Just click on the picture to get the recipe. Do you have a favorite rhubarb recipe? If so please share!

A dish on the savory side.

Scallion Corn Fritters with Rhubarb Avocado Salsa via The Vegan Pact

Scallion Corn Fritters with Rhubarb Avocado Salsa via The Vegan Pact

Can’t go wrong with cheesecake.

Vegan Rhubarb Cheesecake via A House in the Hills

Vegan Rhubarb Cheesecake via A House in the Hills

I would love this for breakfast.

Strawberry Rhubarb Coconut Crumb bars via Sunday Morning Banana Pancakes

Strawberry Rhubarb Coconut Crumb bars via Sunday Morning Banana Pancakes

I have never had a dessert soup.

Strawberry, Rose, and Rhubarb Soup via Mother Earth Vegan

Strawberry, Rose, and Rhubarb Soup via Mother Earth Vegan (recipe from Artfully Vegan)

A hearty soup.

Rockin Rhubarb Soup via Rock My Vegan Socks

Rockin Rhubarb Soup via Rock My Vegan Socks

 

 

 

 

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2 Responses to 5 Rhubarb Recipes

  1. Gal says:

    Your recipes look incredible! I highly recommend starting a pinterest account linked to this blog. Its really easy – whenever you post on your blog, you can add the link directly onto your pinterest page. You will get a ton for followers that way – I am eager to follow you 🙂

    Looking forward to more incredible recipes!!

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