One of the most popular microgreens because of its delicious taste, versatility, and amazing nutritional benefits You can eat sunflower microgreens raw or cooked. If you're cooking them, add them to the dish after you take it off the heat so that they maintain most of their crunch and crispy texture. They go great on a wide variety of dishes including soups, salads, omelettes and scrambled eggs, as well as sandwiches and wraps. Sunflower microgreens are a great source of calcium and iron. One serving has about 2% of your daily calcium needs and 8% of your daily iron needs. They're also high in fiber and contain a wide range of other vitamins and minerals including Vitamin A, B Vitamins, C, D, and E.