Freeze-dried wild berry powders are perfect natural food dyes. This no-bake layered cashew cheesecake is made with four berry powders – blueberry, cranberry, blackcurrant, and lingonberry. Looks and tastes amazing!
It is a good idea to soak raw buckwheat to kickstart the sprouting process. Buckwheat synthesizes and collects a lot of vitamins, antibiotics, enzymes, phytohormones, and other bioactive compounds to grow the sprout.
The organic wild blueberry powder is very fine and mixes easily in smoothies, yogurt, porridge, cereal, muesli, and protein shakes. Forest berries provide a significant amount of the daily recommended allowance of minerals and vitamins.
Millet is an ancient and healthy cereal that`s nutritional value has been compared even with quinoa. In this recipe also wild blueberry powder adds it`s superfood power to this tasteful, nutritious and healthy breakfast.
In this recipe, two powerful antioxidants join their forces – cocoa powder and Chaga mushroom. Chaga in powdered form is also easy to use in smoothies or as tea.
Looking for new breakfast ideas? This raw porridge can be prepared the evening before. You can also enjoy it between your meals, take it to the sports club as a healthy after workout snack etc.
When combined with liquid, chia seeds become gelatinous in texture. It makes them perfect for using in puddings, like this amazing and healthy dessert. Easy to make and tastes heavenly!
Bliss balls are a simple snack that you can easily make at home. They give you a fast energy boost between the main meals and you can use your favorite ingredients in them. We used our freeze-dried blueberry powder and now we are addicted.
Here is a tasteful recipe for all the white chocolate lovers. Delicious white chocolate balls with antioxidant-filled wild blueberry and cranberry powders. A guilty pleasure with a healthy twist.
These creamy vegan no-bake blueberry cheesecake bars not only look but also taste divine. Look at this color – it is totally natural! Blueberry powder is a natural food dye.