Garlicky Goodness


I love garlic. I like a touch of citrus that brightens up the flavor of a dish. And I like getting in my greens.

I also love Garlic Gold. Like I said, I love garlic. I like the convenience of the products. And I love supporting small companies.

That being said, if you don’t have Garlic Gold, there are some substitutions you can make, as noted below.


Garlic Kale

Serves 1-2

1 bunch kale

1 T Garlic Gold oil*

1 tsp Garlic Gold Sea Salt nuggets*

2 tsp Garlic Gold Meyer lemon vinaigrette*

In a large skillet over medium, heat the oil. Add the kale and cook, stirring occasionally, until bright green and wilted. Remove from heat. Add the nuggets and vinaigrette, and toss before serving.


If you don’t have the Garlic Gold oil, replace with 1 T olive oil and 2 tsp garlic powder.

If you don’t have the Garlic Gold nuggets, replace with 2 minced garlic cloves.

If you don’t have the Garlic Gold vinaigrette, replace with your favorite vinaigrette.

Kathy from Garlic Gold is asking for your help deciding on the new Garlic Gold flavors. Please visit this link and vote for the flavors you like!

Note: While Garlic Gold was generous enough to send me their product, I was not paid for my review or recipe. The opinions in this post are my own…I really do love the product this much!


What’s your favorite winter veggie recipe? I need some more inspiration!


    • Julie @savvyeats says

      Have you tried kale chips? They are just kale + olive oil + seasonings of choice roasted in the oven…no garlic!

  1. says

    i ordered the garlic gold gift box (for myself) through an opensky promotion after seeing it all over blogs. i’ve got to say, I LOVE IT! 🙂 thanks for this recipe with so many of their products! i can’t wait to try it.

  2. says

    I love warm vegetables in the winter. I am posting a vegetable soup with tortellini in it tomorrow. Just had it last night and it was a winner.

  3. says

    My favorite way to eat veggies in the winter = in soup! Can’t go wrong throwing a bunch of veggies in a pot with broth and some pasta or beans for good measure.

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