Blueberry oatmeal

The organic freeze-dried wild blueberry powder is very fine and tastes like real wild blueberries. It is a perfect substitute to fresh or frozen blueberries and mixes easily in oatmeal and other porridges, smoothies, yoghurt, cereal flakes, muesli, granola, etc.

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Chaga-almond candies

Antioxidant powerhouse – this is how Chaga mushroom is called. Chaga is a great way to add some extra antioxidant support to your diet. Check out the new recipe with this powerful superfood.

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Blueberry pound cake with Greek yogurt sauce

Blueberry powder tastes great in baked goods (muffins, cakes, etc.) and also in sauces and makes a tasteful and nice-looking glaze. Blueberry powder works well as a natural food colour and gives your foods a strong natural blue or lilac look.

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Raw vegan layered berry cheesecake

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!

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Overnight buckwheat smoothie

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.

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Blueberry smoothie bowl

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.

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