ANCIENT GRAIN HOUSE BLEND
Starting from CA$9.49
Yupik’s Ancient Grains House Blend is a granola mix of organic quick cooking oats, organic agave syrup, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, puffed amaranth seeds, and flax meal! This blend does not include the addition of salt or refined sugar. Use this blend for snacking, baking, or roasting. Buy... [Read more]
Per 40g / Par 40g
% Daily Value*
% Valeur quotidienne*
% Valeur quotidienne*
Lipids / Lipides 8g 10%
Saturated / Saturés 0.5g 3%
Trans / Trans 0g
Cholesterol / Cholestérol 0mg
Sodium / Sodium 0mg 0%
Carbohydrates / Glucides 23g 8%
Fibre / Fibres 4g 14%
Sucre / Sugars 8g
Protein / Protéines 5g
Vitamin A / Vitamine A 0%
Vitamin C / Vitamine C 0%
Calcium / Calcium 2%
Iron / Fer 6%
Organic Quick Cook Oats, Organic Agave Syrup, Canola Oil, Sorghum Flour, Sunflower Seeds, Flax Meal, Pumpkin Seeds, Organic Puffed Quinoa.
MAY CONTAIN: PEANUTS, TREE NUTS, SOY, SESAME, MILK, WHEAT, MUSTARD, SULPHITE
Yupik’s Ancient Grains House Blend is a granola mix of organic quick cooking oats, organic agave syrup, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, puffed amaranth seeds, and flax meal! This blend does not include the addition of salt or refined sugar. Use this blend for snacking, baking, or roasting. Buy Ancient Grains House Blend by 500g, kilo, or case to keep your cupboard well-stocked with this pantry must-have! Conveniently pack portion controlled baggie’s to store your car, backpack, and desk with this healthy and delicious treat!
HEALTH BENEFITS: The 411 on this granola blend!
- Product of Canada
- Excellent source of fiber, protein, and iron
- Good source of complex carbohydrates
- Amaranth is a complete protein containing lysine
- Sunflower seeds are a source of selenium and vitamin E antioxidants
- Pumpkin seeds and flax seeds are a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids
CULINARY TWIST: So versatile!
Roast your granola mix to create a delicious textured bite with extra depth of flavor! Crumble roasted granola over yogurt or oatmeal, and into cereal or batters for baked goods... the possibilities are endless! Add chopped nuts or dried fruits for even more variety.
ABOUT AMARANTH: Did you know?
Amaranth was a diet staple for Aztecs. During the conquest, amaranth crops were burned and forbidden. Though still widely popular in Mexico, amaranth was only reintroduced into the North American food market in the 1970s. Today, amaranth is gaining popularity as a versatile and alternative grain”.
HOW TO STORE: Preserve freshness!
Store in a cool, dry place for up to 12 months.
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