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Super-Nutrition Baking

Up the nutrition in your baked goods and raw treats with our range of superfood baking ingredients. With our carefully curated range, it’s never been easier to boost your daily nutrition – even in your sweet treats.

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Gone are the days when baking was full of unhealthy sugar and carbs. With our natural baking ingredients, you can create sweet treats without all that refined cane sugar and refined grains.

Natural sweeteners help cut the sugar content so you can feel good serving healthy, home-made goodies to the whole family. Stevia, coconut sugar, monk fruit and xylitol are all great lower glycaemic index (G.I.) alternatives to refined cane sugar. With a similar texture to table sugar, Xylitol can be easily substituted into your favourite recipes for a healthier alternative.

Protein powder can be added to baking to up your protein intake. You can substitute up to half of the dry ingredients in you standard baking recipes for a protein powder of your choice. Add some chocolatey goodness with a natural rich chocolate flavoured protein, or go wild with a hint of salted caramel.

Using healthy oils like coconut offers extra healthy fats and it works well in both baked and raw recipes.

Organic raw cacao powder and cacao nibs are a more nutritious alternative to standard baking cocoa. Being raw and un-processed means they retain higher levels of vitamins and antioxidant goodness too. Swap out some standard chocolate chips with some cacao nibs for a rich cacao crunch.

Superfood powders like spirulina, matcha green tea, maca and functional mushroom blends can boost the vitamin, mineral and antioxidant content and super-charge your home baking.

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Super-Nutrition Baking

Super-Nutrition Baking

Gone are the days when baking was full of unhealthy sugar and carbs. With our natural baking ingredients, you can create sweet treats without all that refined cane sugar and refined grains.

Natural sweeteners help cut the sugar content so you can feel good serving healthy, home-made goodies to the whole family. Stevia, coconut sugar, monk fruit and xylitol are all great lower glycaemic index (G.I.) alternatives to refined cane sugar. With a similar texture to table sugar, Xylitol can be easily substituted into your favourite recipes for a healthier alternative.

Protein powder can be added to baking to up your protein intake. You can substitute up to half of the dry ingredients in you standard baking recipes for a protein powder of your choice. Add some chocolatey goodness with a natural rich chocolate flavoured protein, or go wild with a hint of salted caramel.

Using healthy oils like coconut offers extra healthy fats and it works well in both baked and raw recipes.

Organic raw cacao powder and cacao nibs are a more nutritious alternative to standard baking cocoa. Being raw and un-processed means they retain higher levels of vitamins and antioxidant goodness too. Swap out some standard chocolate chips with some cacao nibs for a rich cacao crunch.

Superfood powders like spirulina, matcha green tea, maca and functional mushroom blends can boost the vitamin, mineral and antioxidant content and super-charge your home baking.


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