Vibe Organic Kitchen & Juice

There's a new kid on the healthy eating block and her name is Vibe.  We'd love to introduce her to you!  We have met a few times in recent weeks and we must admit, we really like her!  All kidding aside, we really do have a new favorite dining spot to share with you, one we hope sticks around for a long while.


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Frozen Treats for Hot Summer Days

Ice cream and summer go hand and hand, but doesn't it seem a little ironic, even cruel, that ice cream season is also bathing suit season?  Thrive & Dine isn’t about being restrictive, we do love ice cream, but when we indulge we strive to find the healthiest and tastiest frozen treats we can find. Thrive & Dine found two places to cool you off this summer where you can find some “healthy-ish” ice cream that the whole family will enjoy.   

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This One's Not for The Birds


A bowlful of nutritionally packed seeds, fiber rich oats, nuts full of healthy fats and powerhouse fruits like goji and blueberries may sound like a recipe meant for the birds, but please don’t set it outside. Make a big batch of this good-for-you muesli mix and include it in your morning routine.  It’s even good as a mid-morning or early afternoon snack. Add your favorite nut milk or kefir and enjoy it cold or gently warmed on the stovetop.  A dash of cinnamon and vanilla are always a great addition, too. Enjoy!

Super Seed Muesli

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(Makes about 8 servings)

Gather These Ingredients

2 cups organic rolled oats

1 tbsp. freshly ground flax seeds

1 tbsp. chia seeds

1 tbsp. hemp seeds

2 tbsp. raw pumpkin seeds

2 tbsp. chopped walnuts or almonds

1-2 tbsp. gogi berries or dried blueberries - with no added sugar (optional)


Put it All Together

1.    Mix all the ingredients together and store in a Mason jar

2.   Feel free to add your favorite nut, seed or dried fruit.  Also, measurements can be altered to your liking. 

Serving suggestions

Mix 1/3 cup Super Seed Muesli with ½ cup almond milk and let soak for at least 10 minutes to overnight.  Add a dash of cinnamon for more flavor.


* recipe created by one of our founders, Linda Baird