The benefits of growing sprouts (and a GIVEAWAY!)

With Spring right around the corner, I am so ready for green. Green grass, flowers and veggies.

Sigh, yes, nice green, FRESH veggies.  Some of those those first greens are my favorite…kale, spinach and green onions.

The benefits of growing sprouts (and a giveaway!)


To get us through until it is warm enough to garden, we are growing sprouts in the house. It is a great touch of green to help our diets and get over the winter blahs!

Sprouts are are a great way to get your greens in. They are easy to grow and are full of nutrients. We use them on salads, sandwiches, in smoothies and even soups and stews.

What are some of the benefits of growing sprouts?

  • You are growing them so you can control the quality to be non-GMO, chemical and pesticide free
  • Sprouting increased the nutritional value of the beans and seeds
  • Sprouts are easier on the digestion system because soaking helps improve the protein and fiber of the seeds

(SOURCE: Mercola)

The benefits of growing sprouts (and a giveaway!)


And I have great news for you, my friends from Mercola are giving you the chance to start sprouting seeds this spring by offering a giveaway for two sprouting trays and three bags of organic, non-GMO sprouting seeds.

Want to learn a little more about their sprouting system? This video is a great guide.

I am a big fan of sprouting so I’m excited to be able to share this opportunity with you. I know you will fall in love with the ease of having your own freshly grown sprouts available. Plus, your kids will love this project. My kids love growing sprouts.

I’m highly impressed with the quality of Dr. Mercola’s seeds and obviously love that they are non-GMO! Want to learn more? This page has a TON of great information!

All you need to do to enter is check out the widget below! (Make sure you share with your friends for a chance to win)

a Rafflecopter giveaway

(While I was given product to try, the opinions expressed in this post are my own and I have recieved no compensation for them) 

The benefits of growing sprouts (and a giveaway!)

*For the record, my thoughts and advice are only my experiences or what others have allowed me to share. We don’t claim to diagnose, treat or cure.*


  1. Katie Mast says

    I was just directed to your site by THM and I cant wait to try so many of them. I love cooking n baking so any help I can get with changed recipes is wonderful.

  2. Isela says

    I have been sprouting different grains for my Ducks all winter. I would love to win and sprout these for myself!! 😉

  3. says

    I’m currently enjoying a blend of alfalfa, clover, radish, and onion sprouts. Super tasty on sandwiches – though my kids eat them by the handful. 😉

  4. says

    I’ve never sprouted before. I love eating sprouts. I’m a beginner gardener. It never dawned on me to grow sprouts. It’s an exciting idea.

  5. Roxana S. says

    I’ve tried it in jars but I’m afraid of growing mold along with sprouts and my sensitive digestion so I’ve stopped until I can get the proper gear.

  6. Karen says

    I’ve only sprouted fodder for my chickens, LOL! (I also sprout dried beans before cooking, but those aren’t ‘greens’) I’ve eaten sprouted peas, and they are wonderful!

  7. michelle says

    I’ve only ever sprouted Alfalfa, and now I have to stop them because they bother my Lupus. I’d like to sprout some other seeds.

  8. Jill L says

    I’m trying to make healthier choices for my family. i love the taste of sprouts but dont know the difference between any of them.

  9. Samantha says

    I’ve never sprouted before, but I want to start since they are healthy for you and there are a lot of ways to use them!

  10. Sue J. says

    I’ve never sprouted before, and never actually even thought about it! I’d really love to try it though now!

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