The 8 Best Sprouting Kits
This wiki has been updated 13 times since it was first published in October of 2017. If you'd like to add more healthy veggies to your diet, growing your own can be a satisfying way to do it. A modest investment in a seed sprouter ensures you'll have a constant supply of nutritious garnishes that you can add to salads, sandwiches, or smoothies. Note that you need to be cautious about cleanliness to avoid problems caused by bad bacteria — and always follow the kit's instructions. When users buy our independently chosen editorial recommendations, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best sprouting kit on Amazon.
March 05, 2019:
When done correctly, growing sprouts gives you a great way to boost the nutritional profile of your diet, but it's worth noting that sprouting requires some care. This is due to the potential of growing bad bacteria and mold along with your sprouts. The kits we've selected should help you avoid these issues, but you'll need to follow all directions. For newbies, the Handy Pantry Sprout Garden is a good place to start (if you don't mind its rather bulky look); for those with some practice, The Jar 1-Quart by Sprout-Ease might be better. It's simple and won't take up too much space in your kitchen. Those of any skill level might appreciate the Window Garden Grow 'n Serve, although it technically grows microgreens and not sprouts. An all-in-one that gives you healthy foodstuffs, it can help connect you to nature and bring some green into your home. Finally, we removed both the Lela Belle Farms Sprout Life and the Headwaters Trading Company Kit, as both have some issues with availability.