Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Sunshine and Super foods


I'm actually wary of posting about sunshine because it seems every time I do, it disappears.
But let's keep our fingers crossed it stays around!

As I first mentioned in this post, I'm still not eating gluten, so lately I've been trying lots and lots of new fun foods to make sure I still have plenty of variety.
I love trying new foods - especially ones other people mightn't have ever heard of or tried themselves.

So, naturally, I was super excited to receive a package from Power Superfoods

Golden Berries, also known as Incan Berries or Cape Gooseberries, are native to South America
and were one of the first non-native fruits available to early Australian settlers. 
Global explorers would carry Goldenberry seeds on their travels to ensure a rapid growing and nutrient rich fresh fruit source upon finding land. 

The fresh berries are yellow in colour and encased in a papery latern-like husk. 
The dried berries have the texture of a raisin and a sweet flavour with a citrussy tang.
Goldenberries are an excellent source of vitamins C, A and P and are also an excellent source of anti-oxidants, calcium, phosphorus, fibre, B vitamins and protein (yes, you read that right!)

The berries are delicious on their own and mixed into cereal, baked goods or trail mixes. 
They taste especially good with chocolate! 


Now, speaking of chocolate, Cacao Crunch is a blend of crushed chocolate beans coated in a paste of roasted chocolate liquefied nibs and rolled in panela. 
It tastes very much like dark chocolate with a delicious smokey and slightly bitter flavour - it even tastes somewhat nutty. 

Cacao Crunch is perfect for adding to baked goods, sprinkling on top of desserts or yogurt and they're a fantastic source of anti oxidants. 
It's perfect for any chocolate lover and an amazing addition to granola,
It's definitely one of my new favourite products! 

You can get your hands on some Power Superfoods products by checking out their stockists, buying online 
or heading to your closest Go Vita store!

But tell me, 
Do you like trying new foods?
What's your latest food find?!

Kristy received Power Superfoods products courtesy of www.powersuperfoods.com.au
If you'd like a  review of your products, send an email to ksayerphotography@gmail.com  




6 comments:

  1. i love cacao nibs. i remember last summer going through a weird phase where i would just snack on them like they were candy...well they kind of are, just a more pure form of chocolate. bitter but really good too!

    xoxo <3

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  2. They're super yum! I loveee raw chocolate and the cacao nibs remind me of just that :D

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  3. I love trying new foods and always get so excited when a new package arrives! :D

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  4. I think the people at the post office must think i'm crazy as I hurry in their all excited :P

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  5. Happy Halloween to you too Kelsey :D

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