Peas. They’re in season, and we’re gonna get ’em while the getting’s good. Some how those little virescent balls manage to evade many a plate. But all that is about to change once you feast your eyes on this: Some of the tastiest ways to pepper your plate with that podded produce. (We’ll continue the tongue twisters once you finish your peas, mmmkay?)

1. Israeli Couscous With Chicken and Peas: A recipe this quick to prepare really shouldn’t taste this decadent. Sweet peas and juicy chicken submerged in creamy couscous in just 10 minutes? Yes peas. (via A Family Feast)

2. Asparagus, Peas and Smoked Gouda Frittata: If it’s got eggs in it, we like to think it can be eaten at any time of day. But this frittata with smoked cheese, asparagus and peas is almost too pretty to eat. (via Averie Cooks)

3. Breakfast Mushy Peas: A British favorite now brought to your breakfast table — we bet you never thought you’d be so excited to eat peas in the morning. (via Voracious Vander)

4. Ham and Peas Pizza: Peas on pizza? Yup. This white-sauced ‘za is sure to switch up your weeknight dinner rotation. If this constitutes eating your greens, sign us up. (via Martha Stewart)

5. Minty Pea and Arugula Wonton Ravioli: Is it pasta? Is it a spring roll? It’s the best of both worlds, combined with minty peas and arugula. Basically, it’s a superfood superdish. (via The Kitchn)

6. Green Pea Hummus: Just when we thought hummus couldn’t get any more irresistible, they went and snuck in some peas for good measure. Sweet and chunky, this savory dip is best slathered all over you Triscuits. (via A Cup of Jo)

7. Cinnamon Sugar Roasted Chick Peas: Okay, we might be cheating here a little bit, but really? Who said peas have to be green? These crunchy cinnamon sugar roasted chickpeas lovingly combine savory and sweet for a great snack. (via Sally’s Baking Addiction)

8. Paccheri and Cheese With Peas and Mint: Kick the Kraft to the curb. This impressive baked mac and cheese dish includes peas, arugula, mint and ricotta. (via Bon Appetit)

9. Quinoa and Pea Spice Croquettes: These little patties of deliciousness combine three of our favorite things — quinoa, curry spice and peas. Eat them with your fingers or throw them into a bun for a sophisticated veggie burger. (via Cook Republic)

10. Two Pea Soup: One portion of peas is never enough for today’s modern woman, and this comforting, thick soup with meaty pork hocks can either be cooked in the oven or simmered in the slow cooker. Decisions, decisions. (via BHG)

11. Asparagus Empanadas With Fava Beans, Peas and Goat Cheese: Empanadas. Just saying the word makes our mouths water. Packed with more greens than you can shake a stick at, these pastry pockets are the perfect little snack. (via Laylita)

12. Summer Macaroni Salad With Crispy Pancetta and Petite Peas: If there’s one combination guaranteed to win our hearts, it’s peas and bacon. This tangy pasta salad dish just screams outdoor summer barbecues. (via The Cozy Apron)

13. Roasted Sugar Snap Peas With Sesame Dipping Sauce: We’d pass on the fried chicken fingers any day if finger food always looked this good. Here’s your new perfect healthy party food. (via Edible Perspective)

14. Pea Asparagus Farro Risotto: Risotto just got a healthy spring makeover with this tasty and filling farro dish. Topped with mint leaves and Parmesan, one bite and you’ll instantly be transported to the hills of Italy. (via Aida Mollenkamp)

15. Burrata Ravioli With Pesto and Prosciutto: We’re not sure what gets our taste buds tingling more when it comes to this ensemble. Is it the creamy burrata? The zingy pea pesto? Or the salty prosciutto? We love it all! (via The Kitchy Kitchen)

16. The Cucumber Cooler: If you’d much rather drink your greens than eat them, then this refreshing cocktail is for you. Made from vodka, peas, cucumber juice and mint, it’s a cocktail with a serious twist. (via Anthropologie)

Have these recipes changed your opinion on these unassuming little veggies? Let us know in the comments below!