The Hot List - April 2017

The Hot List – April 2017


These organic chickpea puffs make a yummy snack that is high in fibre and a source of protein. Gluten free and vegan, Hippeas is available in 5 flavours (Pepper Power, In Herbs We Trust,Far Out Fajita, Cheese & Love and Sweet & Smokin’). Chickpeas are considered a sustainable crop as the plants naturally release nitrogen back into the soil as they grow. A healthier and more sustainable alternative to cheese puffs. Available from selected retailers.

Vegans, vegetarians and flexitarians rejoice, Oumph!  the Swedish phenomenon has arrived in the UK. Made from soy protein this vegan meat substitute looks like, tastes like and feels like the real thing. It’s plant protein at its best. Oumph! is rich in protein, fibre and is also a source of iron and folic acid. BBQ Pulled Oumph is now available from Totally Swedish (fingers crossed that the rest of the range will follow soon).

Naturally rich in protein, iron, zinc, fibre, vitamins and good fats, seeds are a nutritious food that the whole family can enjoy. They are so versatile, you can sprinkle them on salad, cereal, toast or simply nimble on them for snack. Munchy Seeds has a tasty range in 8 different flavours ranging from Choccy Ginger to Chilli Bites. All are available in tubs as well as individual sachets (perfect for carrying around in bags or lunch boxes). Available from Munchy Seeds.

Gusto Nero’s organic and gluten free pasta is made from premium quality Black Jasmine Rice. 100% pesticide-free and chemical-free, the range makes a healthy alternative to traditional pasta while bursting with flavours and goodness from Black Thai rice. Available from Gusto Nero.

A dip with a difference, Chic P is made from surplus vegetables and fruits. What a delicious way to reduce food waste, in 5 unusual flavours: Carrot, Ginger & Turmeric; Beetroot, Horseradish & Sage, Herby; Peanut Butter, Banana & Cocoa and Banana, Avocado & Cacao. All dips are vegan, gluten free and dairy free.   Available from Chic P.

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4 Responses to The Hot List – April 2017

  1. Vicky | The Flourishing Pantry April 20, 2017 at 9:31 am #

    Have you tried the black rice pasta yet? I found it a bit tricky to get the consistency right when cooking it, would love to know your experience! I did mention it to the brand and asked for tips but didn’t hear anything back.

    • theflexitarian April 20, 2017 at 11:35 am #

      I know what you mean. I prefer them slightly undercooked.


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