Wednesday, March 30, 2022

Menu for Sunday Rillito Park Farmers market 4/3, 8:30 am - 12:30 pm

Dear Green Heart Friends,

At last - this Sunday is closing day for the horse racing season 🎉  What a relief!

We are being very "elastic" (flexible) at the moment...the young Portland lady took a job at Midtown Market after she and I agreed that she would work on Saturdays...w/o telling Tanya, who immediately put her on Saturdays.  Then Tanya sent me the resume of a very nice lady who never spoke to me but decided we are too hectic for her (I would probably get on her nerves ;-).

And so we soldier on bravely!  Our new Zoe on Sundays will come help on Saturday + her terrific mom, too!

Please let me know how you liked the Roasted Veggie Sandwich, and/or the Lavash Wrap.  This week we'll repeat the Roasted Veggie, but w/o the mushrooms, staying with red bells, sweet onions, zucchini and yellow squash.

This Sunday is Cyclovia and "Ride Your Bike to the Market" Sunday.  I will be bestowing a free Mini Carrot Cake cupcake to bicycle riders (easily distinguishable by their costumes of elastic black pants and brilliant jerseys...+ they have bikes!) who show up at our booth.

We truly hope you are enjoying the food we are providing.  The subject has come up several times in the past week:  flavor vs. healthy.  My father told me (as a little girl when I asked if I could have white bread for my sandwiches instead of the Oroweat Wheat Berry Bread mine were made on), "You're not eating for entertainment.  You have to eat well so you don't get sick.  You will do well to learn to like what's good for you."  This may not be a good example because EVERYONE agrees that wheat berry bread is yummier and more interesting than white bread -- or do they?  It seems millions of people ARE eating white bread :/  Hopefully, we have managed to make healthy food that tastes delicious to you.  And WE all know that what we eat does make a big difference, on so many levels.

Thank you, as always, in advance, for your order.

In health,

Green Heart Bakery



Green Heart MENU for Sunday 4/3

@ Rillito Park Farmers market

Market hours:  8:30 am – 12:30 pm

The market hours are ½ hr earlier due to the horse racing season at the track behind us. AND THIS IS THE LAST SUNDAY !

(Please have your order in by Thursday evening.)

Ted’s Split Pea Soup

Green split peas, potatoes, onions, carrots, parsnips This is probably our most popular soup.. (GF, SF, nut- free) Ted uses lots of his garden herbs, such as rosemary.  $7.50

Frozen:  Southwest  Black Bean; “Cream” of Cauliflower $7.


(NOT hot spicy)

Potatoes, kale, pinto beans, onions, spices, corn tortillas, green chili sauce, “cheez” sauce: rice milk, nutritional yeast, oat flour, spices. (SF, GF, no added oil). $11.

Quinoa Sushi Bowl

Quinoa, edamame, nori, radishes, carrots, cucumbers w/a dressing of fresh orange, ginger, miso, rice vinegar. (No onion, GF, no oil). $9.



Curried ChickUn Salad: 3 grain tempeh in a dressing of mayo and mango chutney, mixed with celery, raisins & roasted cashews. 8 oz container, or on Dave’s Killer Bread. $10.00 (filling is oil-free)

*New* Roasted Veggie Sandwich:  zucchini, red bells, yellow squash, sweet onions – all roasted.  On toasted Dave’s bread with our pesto mayo and hummus. (SF, nut-free) $9.50

Seitan Reuben:  house made seitan corned “beef”, sauerkraut, our cashew cheez spread, with our Russian dressing, on organic sprouted rye. $10

Healthy Desserts

Carrot Cake by the slice:  organic oat flour, organic carrots, pineapple, raisins, pecans, agave-sweetened.  (GF, no added oil) $7/slice

Chef AJ’s 3-ingredient (raw) Pecan “Pie” (GF, SF, no added oil, date-sweetened) 8.00

Organic Peach sprouted spelt crust Hand Pies (SF) 7.00 each

Organic Strawberry Rhubarb Mini-pies w/streusel top (pecans, coconut, dates, maple syrup) (GF, SF, oil-free) $7.

Almond Overjoy Truffles (almonds & rolled in coconut) $2.50/each, or 3/$6

Organic Raspberry Blueberry Tarts (GF, nut-free) 7.00



Orange Coconut Pineapple Coffee Cake Muffin (GF, SF, no added fat) $4.50

Fresh Pear & Cranberry Upside Down Cake (GF, SF, no added fat or nuts). $5/slice

Chocolate Glazed (baked) Donuts (GF, SF, oil-free) 4.00

Banana Walnut 10 oz Loaves, (GF, SF, no added oil) 7.00  Again this week they will be make w/o tofu in the batter.

Alaine’s Rainforest Cake – a loaf made of Brazil nuts, dates, 2 kinds of dried apricots, pineapple, raisins, craisins, fresh orange zest, agave and brown rice flour. 

By the slice $4;  the 1 lb. loaf $22

Cookies & Bars

Cranberry Bliss Bars (GF, oil-free) a bar made with organic whole grain oat flour, with a touch of orange zest, tart fresh cranberries & walnuts, sweetened w/coconut sugar & topped with vanilla cream cheez frosting (tofu-based) 4.50

Wendy’s Wonder Bars:  made of ripe banana, rolled oats, craisins & almonds – that’s it!  No added sweetner, and very nourishing and filling.  Courtesy of Ted’s sister, Wendy J  (GF, SF, no added fat) $4

Chocolate Peppermint Cookies, 3 in a baggie, $4. (GF, SF). Made of almond flour. These are YUMMY! .

Lemon Bars:  set in an organic whole-grain oat flour crust, sweetened with organic birch (diabetic-friendly & low calorie). (GF, no added fat) $5

Magic Bars:  on top of an almond flour crust, layers of chopped dates, pecans, coconut set in coconut milk, and topped with chocolate chips.  (GF, SF, no added fat) $5.

Oatmeal Applesauce w/Chocolate Chip (SF, GF, no added fat, no nuts) 4.50

Chocolate Chip Pecan (SF, GF) 4.50

Molasses Ginger (GF, no nuts) 4.50

Apricot Date  Breakfast Bars w/Chocolate Chips (GF, SF, oil-free, date-sweetened, no nuts) $5.00

Organic Chocolate Brownies: a big cake brownie topped with pecans & dark GF chips (GF, oil-free) 4.50

Grain-free, Low-carb Choices:

Wedding Cookies: almond flour, ground walnuts, sweetened with monkfruit/erythritol. $4.

Lemon (No) Sugar Cookies: almond flour, coconut oil, monkfruit, fresh lemon (GF, SF) 3 in a pack $4

Do not hesitate to forward this menu to anyone you know who is interested in whole foods plant-based chow J

Thank you in advance for your order. 






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