Broccoli Microgreens

Good afternoon, Microgreen Lovers!

Several people have asked me, “How many calories are in microgreens?”  So, I have been researching this interesting question.  What I found out is VERY intriguing!  Keep reading to see the calorie count of just four of my favorite microgreens.


Congratulations to Cate L.!!

You have won the weekly drawing! Come by our booth to pick up your prize.

You can visit us at one of our two locations:

  • Saturday, 9-12:30, Kalispell Farmer’s Market
  • Tuesday, 5:00-7:30, Whitefish Farmer’s Market


We are NOT growing sprouts! We are growing MICRO greens with MEGA nutrients every week!  Come by and refill your 4-Pack with tasty, nutritious greens for a healthier YOU!

Special Orders:  If you are interested a microgreen that we grow and want to place a special order just let us know the week before and we will make arrangements with you for pickup.

Did you know…

Broccoli microgreens offer high amounts of vitamin C and A as well as protein and calcium but just 12 calories per ounce.

According to the United States Department of Agriculture, Kale microgreens contain approximately 10 calories per ounce.

A 1/4-cup serving of the Sunflower shoots contains 190 calories, 16 grams of total fat, 2 grams of saturated fat, 8 grams of polyunsaturated fat, 6 grams of monounsaturated fat, 6 grams of carbohydrate, 2 grams of fiber and 6 grams of protein. While sunflower sprouts are high in fat, they contain mostly healthy unsaturated fats. Eating more polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats in place of saturated fat may help keep your cholesterol level in check, according to the American Heart Association.

New science reveals that red cabbage microgreens contain about 7 calories per ounce, 40 times more vitamin E, and six times more vitamin C, aka ascorbic acid, than the same veggie as a fully mature plant. That’s a lot of colds prevented, and inflammation decreased. Red cabbage microgreens also are a good source of dietary fiber and contain a type of group of phytochemicals or compounds called polyphenols.  Polyphenols offer antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-cancer benefits.

See you at the market!
Ashley & Gary

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  1. I love it when people come together and share opinions, great blog, keep it up.

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