Yes you can now have your "nutella" fix for breakast! This indulgent yet healthy breakfast combining cacao, hazelnut and chocolate chips might remind you of your favourite spread. Cacao will stimulate your immune system and fibre intake while Maca will give you an instant energy boost. What more could you ask for to start your day...? DRY PRODUCT (NOT FROZEN)
Nutella & Raspberry Pudding
Full breakfast (80g serving = +/-300kcal) or lighter breakfast (65g serving = +/-200kcal))
Oats are a superfood in their own right thanks to their positive action on cholesterol (beta-glucans), cardiovascular diseases, blood sugar levels, blood pressure, athletic performance, and intestinal well-being. Thanks to their high soluble fibre and protein content, they are particularly satisfying.
Perfect for chocoholics, raw cacao has earned its mantle as a superfood. Sugar-free, it contains an incredibly high amount of antioxidant polyphenols, which can reduce inflammation and improve cholesterol levels. It also boosts your mood, calms the nervous system and regulates heart rate due to its iron, fibre and magnesium content.
Maca was long ago used by Peruvian warriors to increase their strength and endurance. It is known for its adaptogenic properties, helping the body adjust to stress, build up resistance to disease and support immunity. A natural energy booster maca has also been know to boost the libido.
Raspberries are low in sugar, high in fibre, loaded with vitamin C and rich in anti-aging antioxidants. What else can you really ask for? Ah yes, raspberry antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds are also associated with cancer protection.
Allergens: Hazelnut, Oats (Gluten-Free). May contain peanuts, nuts and soya.
Store in cupboard. Shake the pouch before opening. Once opened consume within one month.
Best enjoyed Overnight*: 1. Add your favourite milk (or water) to the oats, stir well, cover and let soak in the fridge overnight (or 6h+). 2. Stir before eating. Consume within 24h.Take the cup out of the freezer, open it and remove the topping pot.
* Soaking your oats overnight is like cooking them without the damaging effects of heat. You keep all the vitamins and minerals and their naturally low Glycaemic Index. It also "activate" the grains, which helps your body utilize their nutrients much more efficiently and make them easier to digest.
Instant method (morning): 1. Add your favourite milk (or water) to the oats, stir well 2. Wait for 2-3mn and enjoy straight away.