PESTO

This is a high protein, nutritious super green pesto that is versatile across many dishes and snacks. Nuts are a natural protein source containing various vitamins and minerals essential for health. Almonds are added for their antioxidant, protein, good fat and magnesium content and pumpkin seeds for a hit of zinc. Olive oil is rich in monounsaturated fatty acids, which has various anti-inflammatory and heart protective qualities.

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GUT LOVING GUMMYS

Gelatin is a complete protein source, which provides essential amino acids necessary for tissue building and repair within multiple areas of the body. Regular consumption of gelatin may help ease digestive complaints, repair the gut lining, improve blood sugar regulation, strengthen joints and bones and improve the overall health of hair, skin and nails. Kids won’t even notice it’s a superfood, sugar-free gummy!

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BONE BROTH

There is a reason why bone broth has been consumed for thousands of years and why your Grandmothers chicken noodle soup always seemed to make you feel better! Bone broth is rich in vitamins, calcium, magnesium, 19 essential amino acids, which are the building blocks of protein, and provide many other healing substances in an easy to absorb way. 

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BANANA BREAD

This banana bread is simple to make and nutrient dense in comparison to store bought banana breads, which are typically high in refined white flour, sugar and saturated fats. Chia seeds are added for their protein and omega-3 content while macadamia oil provides a healthy dose of monounsaturated fats — beneficial for overall wellbeing.

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CACAO MOUSSE

Raw cacao is cold pressed, unroasted, unprocessed. The good for you substances don't get roasted off so cacao is packed with antioxidants, fibre, magnesium, protein and calcium. Avocado is a great source of heart healthy fats, and along with bananas provide loads of potassium and antioxidants.

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