24% tigernuts, apples*, dates*, 10% sea buckthorn powder*, sprouted buckwheat*, pumpkin seeds*, raisins*, 3% aronia powder*, linseeds*, sunflower seeds*, sea salt. *Certified organic. This product may contain traces of nuts, sesame, mustard seeds, soy and celery.
Why you’ll love our tigernut granola
Our signature granola recipe contains no added sugar and is naturally free from gluten. Actually not a nut but a sweet veggie root, tigernut is packed with iron, magnesium and fibre. Tigernuts have prebiotic properties, meaning they help to feed the good bacteria in your gut for a better digestion and energy boost.
Despite the name, buckwheat is no a wheat but a seed that is naturally gluten-free. It’s a source of magnesium, iron and vitamin B-6. Sprouting buckwheat makes it even easier for our body to digest. It also increases the amount of nutrients and helps buckwheat form co-enzyme Q10.
Sea buckthorn and aronia berries
Sea buckthorn berries are rich in rare omega-7 fatty acids and beta-carotene, while aronia berries are high in anthocyanins. We love this powerful duo for its excellent antioxidative and heart nourishing properties.
Note: This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
A new kind of granola
Eat this granola straight from the box, enjoy with milk or use to top a smoothie or yogurt bowl.
Store in a cool, dry place. Once opened, consume within 10 days.
Got a bit of time? Make this delicious parfait recipe.
- First, place 2 cups soaked cashews in a blender with 2 cups coconut milk, ¼ cup agave, juice from 1 lemon,
- 3-4 drops vanilla extract and a pinch of salt. Then, blend well until smooth and set aside in a bowl.
- Second, prepare your wild berry chia pudding. In a bowl, whisk together 3 ½ cups coconut milk and ¼ cup chia seeds. Set aside, whisking occasionally until the pudding hardens. When the pudding is hard enough, add 3 tbsp agave nectar or maple syrup, juice from 1 lemon, 2 drops vanilla extract and a pinch of salt. Mix well. Then, add ½ cup fresh or frozen berries such as raspberries or blueberries. Mash with a fork until your pudding has a nice pink colour.
- Finally, make your turmeric chia pudding. In a bowl, whisk together 3 ½ coconut milk and ½ cup chia seeds. Set aside, whisking occasionally until the pudding hardens. Then add the rest of the ingredients: 3 tbsp agave nectar or maple syrup, 1 tsp turmeric powder, zest from 1 lemon, pinch of cinnamon and sea salt. Mix well and set aside in a bowl.
- Assemble your parfait in a glass or jar. Start with a layer of cashew cream. Then, add a layer of berries. Add another layer of the berry chia pudding. Next, add more wild berries and tigernut granola. After that, add a layer of turmeric chia pudding. Top off with more berries and granola. Enjoy!
- Servings pe Container 5
- Serving Size 45g
- Nutrition Per 100g
- Calories 335
- Total Fat 8g
- Saturated Fat 3g
- Trans Fat 0g
- Cholesterol 0mg
- Sodium 0mg
- Total Carbohydrate 29g
- Total Sugars 16g
- Protein 7.5g
- Fibre 11g