Premium Certified Organic Holly’s Bean Mix Sprouting Seeds from Sprout House. A tasty mix of French Lentils, Green Lentils, Red Lentils, Mung Bean, Adzuki Bean, and Green Pea all certified organic and non-GMO. Easy to sprout and fast to become a family favorite.
Holly’s bean mix sprouts are super-foods because they are nutrient dense and high in fiber. These are low sodium, no cholesterol sprouts, and are a great source of protein, vitamins, and minerals.
Grow your own non-GMO food using quality Sprout House Holly’s Bean Mix seeds. Easily sprouted in jars for sprouts, home grown Holly’s Bean sprouts are ready to eat in about 2 to 3 days. Sprouting directions included on the package.
Use mature sprouts in a variety of ways – Try harvested Holly’s Bean sprouts that includes red lentil, green lentil, French lentil, mung bean, adzuki bean, and green pea in salads or mixed into stir-frys. Perfect for a plant-based, vegan, paleo, or raw diet. Make a hot sprout soup with Holly’s Bean Mix sprouts, chopped vegetables, and miso broth.
Sprout House Certified Organic non-GMO Holly’s Bean mix seeds for sprouting come in a resealable food grade bag so you can sprout only what you need. Keep the rest stored until you are ready to use them again.
Red Lentil*, Green Lentil*, French Lentil*, Mung Bean*, Adzuki Bean*, Green Pea*
High quality seeds specially selected for high germination.
Certified organic by the Baystate Organic Certifiers.
All of our organic seeds are also GMO free.
Kathleen Gabric –
This is a wonderful blend of seeds that exhibits a high germination rate. The flavor is very fresh crispy with no bitterness. I definitely recommend this mix to anyone but especially to newcomers to sprouting such as myself.
I wanted to try sprouting, so I purchased a trial size offered. Out of all I tried, the Holly’s Bean Mix was the most flavorful. I eat them raw, add them to pancakes and bread, use them in soup. I’m sold on them. Be back for more!
Great crunch combo! Tastes so fresh and crunchy. Love this mix. Thanks.
These are quickly becoming my favorites. I love to mix them with alfalfa seeds and have a wonderful salad. I eat them most every day!
Katherine Trudeau –
This blend is very flavorful: rich and yet refreshing. However, I also enjoy just having these sprouts on the table because they are quite frankly, really pretty. I even use a wide glass bowl to show them off. A great side dish for a meal or a topper for a chili or potato soup.
David Morton –
Good mix. Quickish germination. Not too many non-starters. Taste great. Run out of superlatives. I like to mix many varieties in a sandwich with “Salad Cream” (limey mayonnaise, but so much better, been eating it for 60 years!) Try this one you will not be disappointed.