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Quick-cooking vegan and kosher oats with a cacao flavour and creamy texture. This great tasting healthy superfood contains Oats (72%), cacao nibs (8%), chia seeds (8%), flaxseed powder, hemp powder, cacao powder.
A deliciously creamy cereal from Health Connection Wholefoods is so satisfying - and so good for you. The Maca Chia Oat recipe is made with real maca powder and chia seeds, combined into a quick-cooking oat base. This health-boosting breakfast cereal is packed with omega-3 fatty acids. Plus it takes less than 5 minutes to prepare
Oats are by their nature wheat-free. Cereal products are naturally high in energy. Oat bran consists of the outer layer of the oat kernel. It can be cooked as porridge, used in baking or sprinkled into foods.
A great organic and kosher sugar replacement for your favourite beverages. Stevia is used as a non-nutritive sweetener and herbal supplement. A non-nutritive sweetener is one that contains little to no calories. Stevia is used as a healthful alternative to added sugar in many meals and beverages.
Stevia is a sweet herbal sweetener that is extracted from the leaf of the stevia plant, contains zero calories and is used to replace traditional sugar. It is believed to improve the function of the hormone insulin, helping to lower blood sugar levels. This Organic and kosher Stevia powder is extracted from the leaf of the stevia plant. Replace 1 teaspoon sugar with a knife tip of stevia powder.
This delicious Non-GMO sesame seed paste is a tasty dip that's popular in Middle Eastern dishes that can be added to hummus for a richer flavour. It is also used as a dip or spread. Add to sauces for vegetables, chicken or fish. Also delicious in salad dressing.
Buckwheat is by its nature gluten-free, high in energy and a source of complete protein. These whole buckwheat kernels are delicious cooked as an alternative to rice or pasta.
These wholes, brown linseeds have a pleasant nutty flavour and provide a convenient way of increasing dietary fibre intake. Whole or ground linseeds can be used in baking bread, muffins or biscuits. They are also tasty sprinkled over salads, cooked vegetables or muesli. Seeds are by their nature high in energy, protein and fibre.
These tiny, mottle-coloured seeds can be used as an energy, fibre and omega-3 fatty acid supplement. Chia seeds absorb liquid and form a gel making them ideal for thickening smoothies and soups.
An instant porridge with a nutty flavour and smooth texture. For one serving, add 1/4 cup Flax & Coconut Porridge with Cacao to 3/4 cup boiling water or milk in a bowl. Stir until well combined. Serve with milk, chopped nuts and fresh berries.
Gluten free wholegrain muesli made with sunflower seeds, linseeds, sesame seeds and cashew pieces. Delicious simply served with plain yoghurt or milk. Sweeten with your choice of honey, agave syrup or chopped fresh fruit. It can also be added to smoothies.
Oats are by their nature . The oat kernels used to produce these oat flakes have been farmed on dedicated oat-growing fields and stored and milled separately from other grains. They have been laboratory tested to confirm the absence of gluten.
This rice milk powder, once reconstituted can be enjoyed as a delicious milk alternative by people who are lactose intolerant. It is not suitable for a strict milk-free diet. To reconstitute: Add 3 tablespoons of rice milk powder to 1 cup of water, 100g to 1 litre of water or one measure to 5 measures of water, and whisk well. It is not intended for use by infants.
Quinoa is by its nature gluten-free, high in energy and a source of complete protein. This grain-like crop has a light, fluffy texture and a mild, slightly nutty flavour when cooked. Quinoa can be used as an alternative to rice or couscous. To cook: Bring 1/2 cup of quinoa to a boil with 1 cup of water/stock. Cover and simmer for 14-18 minutes.
This convenient mix of cacao and maca with super greens has a distinctive cacao flavour and a slightly crunchy texture. Sprinkle into oats or muesli, mix with plain yoghurt and honey or add to fruit smoothies. Sprinkle into oats or muesli, mix with plain yoghurt and honey or add to fruit smoothies. To make date balls: Mix 1 tbsp powder with 100g of pitted dates in a blender and roll into balls.
This dark green powder can contribute to your recommended daily intake of fruit and vegetables. It has a mild, seaweed-like taste. Great for mixing into fruit juice or smoothies, or sprinkle over salads and cooked food. Spirulina is a blue-green algae and is believed to be one of the oldest life forms on Earth. First used by the Aztecs as an endurance-booster, spirulina is considered a superfood — an all-in-one source of nutrients including protein levels comparable to eggs.