coconut sugar

Coconut Banana Bread Muffins

August 13, 2015
Serves 12 Muffins
Prep time
15m
Cook Time
18m

This recipe incorporates healthy Extra Virgin Coconut Oil with our delicious Coconut Palm Sugar, for low glycemic and relatively healthy breakfast, snack, or dessert! The coconut oil creates very moist banana bread, and the coconut palm sugar adds a caramel sweetness for a muffin with a rich, subtle coconut flavor. Using coconut flour adds fiber and flavor to this recipe, and creates a dense bread perfect for filling you up.

Either way you slice it, these muffins will be a huge hit at the office or with the kids! Or you can keep them all to yourself… we won’t tell anyone.

Carob Cashew Shake

May 11, 2015
Serves 4 People
Prep time
10m

Smoothies and shakes are a great way to incorporate a number of superfoods into one ultimate meal! This breakfast treat is a powerhouse of protein, healthy fats, calcium and potassium. Carob is traditionally used as a health conscious chocolate substitute due to its subtly sweet flavor and rich vitamin and nutrient content. Lucuma, a popular ingredient in South America, lends an additional burst of sweetness to this mix, while cashews and bananas create a rich, smooth texture for this breakfast treat.

Chocolate Chia Pudding

May 11, 2015
Serves 4 People
Prep time
15m

This is the best raw chocolate chia pudding we’ve tasted! It’s super easy, super delicious, and filled with superfoods. Share with your friends, or keep it all to yourself! We won’t tell anyone if you lick the bowl.

Chia Seeds are a great source of protein, fiber, and Omega-3 fatty acids, plus they keep you fuller longer! Cacao powder is a great source of antioxidants and minerals. Maca powder and coconut palm sugar team up to provide you with low-glycemic, sustained energy throughout your morning or afternoon. To bring a milk chocolate flavor, you can optionally add a spoonful of ECO Hemp Seeds into the mix!

Chia Porridge

May 11, 2015
Serves 2 People
Prep time
10m

You’ve tried having a Chia pet. Now try Chia Porridge. No kidding! This recipe makes 2 portions and can be kept in the refrigerator to be consumed the following day. This power breakfast will leave you feeling satiated and full of energy all morning. It makes a light, but satisfying breakfast. Keep it in mind for hiking or camping forays as these foods do well without refrigeration for a while.

Special thanks to the Jittery Cook for this recipe. Check out the blog for more tasty superfood secrets!