Black Garlic North America Black Garlic Puree
Incorporate this rich, fermented garlic into your cooking for robust and earthy flavor. This pureed product makes it easier than ever to use this relatively obscure ingredient.
World Of Chia Blackberry Fruit Spread
A tasty, interesting jam that contains super-clean ingredients. Just blackberries, organic agave nectar, chia seeds and lime juice make up this Oregon-crafted spread. Chia seeds add crunch, fiber and omega-3s. A delicious way to infuse your diet with chia.
Frost’D Mexican Hot Chocolate
A Boulder, Colorado-based ultrarunner created this vegan frosting, which is positioned as a better-for-you alternative to Nutella. We're smitten with Frost'd's impressive gluten-free and vegan ingredients, which include organic confectioner's sugar, organic refined coconut oil, organic dutch cocoa powder, organic cayenne pepper and more. It's especially delicious when smeared onto apple slices or crepes.
Natalie’s Gourmet The Original Beet Salsa Cilantro, Garlic and Lime
We were skeptical about this product from Natalie's Gourmet. Come on, beets in salsa? No, it's not authentic, but it's pretty darn delicious. Beets are the first ingredient, followed by tomatoes, onion, cilantro, lime, jalapenos and more. Just the right amount of spice to make your quesadilla, taco or corn chip sing.
4th & Heart Ghee Butter California Garlic
This soft, shelf-stable ghee is made by heating butter and skimming out the milk proteins. 4th & Heart puts a flavorful spin on this ingredient that's popular in Indian cuisines by adding sea salt and garlic. Use it to cook eggs, smear it on toast or to saute veggies and meat (at 482 degrees Farenheit, ghee has a significantly higher smoke point than butter). This company is especially neat because it's one of the only brands I've seen that indicates the product is free from glyphosate, too.
Gringo Jack’s Sweet Potato, Apple & Ginger Salsa
Sweet potatoes add heft and nutrition to this spicy-sweet salsa from Gringo Jack's. Inspired by the salsa’s namesake bar and grill (located in Manchester Center, Vermont), this vegan sauce sparkles when placed atop quesadillas or chips, and even used as a pasta sauce swap.
Date Lady Pure Date Syrup
Made with just organic dates, this silky dark syrup infuses molasses-like flavor into pancakes, baked goods, cooking sauces and more. A boon for paleo and vegan eaters, Date Lady's super sweet date sauce is concentrated, making it one of the more nutritious syrups out there. Try using it in baking mixes, too.
Wholesome Organic Blue Agave Low Glycemic Sweetener
Agave syrup has fallen in popularity over the past few years. But it still remains a viable, vegan option for those who eschew honey. This organic blue agave nectar from Wholesome! elevates this silky, fluid sweetener with a Fair Trade USA certification and a BPA-free bottle, made with 30 percent plant-based resin. Drizzle it over pancakes, into tea and over ice cream.
Diane’s Sweet Heat Mango Habanero Jam
A wildly delicious, gift-worthy condiment that provides a sweet-spicy hit perfect for smearing atop cheese, toast and meats. Made with cane sugar, red bell peppers, blackberries, mangoes, peaches, apple cider vinegar and more.
De La Rosa Tahini Black Sesame Seed
This single-ingredient, inky black tahini paste is made from USDA Organic stone-ground black sesame seeds. That's it! Use this calcium- and protein-rich sauce atop sandwiches, in salad dressings and in dips.