The Hot List - February 2017

The Hot List – February 2017

1. REBEL KITCHEN – ORGANIC COCONUT YOGURT
My #OrganicUnboxed challenge included a lot of vegan goodies to try such as this Organic Coconut Yogurt from Rebel Kitchen. Thick and creamy this is absolutely delicious on its own or with fruits, seeds, nuts, granola or any other topping that takes your fancy. Full list of retailers here.

2. BIONA ORGANIC COCONUT FLOUR
Coconut flour is wheat and gluten free while being high in fibre and protein. You can use it for savoury and sweet baking. It is a great replacement for other grain flours but for best results you need to add some binding ingredients such as eggs or chia eggs. If has nice coconut flavour which is lovely for pancakes. Perfect pair with the organic coconut blossom nectar below.

3. BIONA ORGANIC COCONUT BLOSSOM NECTAR
This natural sweetener has a rich caramel taste and a lower GI than sugar. It does not taste of coconut making it really versatile. You can bake with it or simply use it to sweeten yoghurt, cereals, pancakes or drinks.

4. PLENISH ORGANIC ALMOND & HAZELNUT M*LKS
Plant-powered goodness, I love nut milk. Plenish Organic Almond M*lk has a creamy taste which is lovely in cereals and drinks. Plenish Organic Hazelnut M*lk adds a subtle hint of hazelnut in hot drinks or when baking. Dairy-free and unsweetened, both are a natural source of Vitamin E. See the full Plenish range here.

5. WHAT A MELON WATERMELON WATER
I have a weakness for watermelon so on my visit to the new Holland & Barrett More store in Marble Arch, I jumped at the chance to try What a Melon Watermelon Water. This drink has the delicious taste of watermelon without bits or pips.  So refreshing, it makes a fantastic natural alternative to flavoured water. A natural source of potassium it is ideal for hydration and if you are into fitness, it also contains amino acids citruline and lycophene which are brilliant for recovery after working out.

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4 Responses to The Hot List – February 2017

  1. Vicky | The Flourishing Pantry February 13, 2017 at 3:19 pm #

    The yoghurt sounds fab and thanks for sharing suppliers list. I’ve been searching in vain for someone that supplies the Oatly creme fraiche, but having no luck!

    • theflexitarian February 13, 2017 at 5:35 pm #

      Thanks Vicky. I am not sure about Oatly creme fraiche. Did you contact them directly?

  2. Vicky | The Flourishing Pantry February 13, 2017 at 5:43 pm #

    Nope, I’m sure I’ll find it eventually. Apparently it’s in Tesco but I’m yet to spot it!

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