We're continuing our focus on energy with a passion fruit cheesecake recipe, which uses dates in the base. Most of us know that dates are higher in sugar than many other fruits, however, they are high in natural, useful sugars like fructose, glucose, and sucrose. These sugars are easily processed and utilized by the body for energy. So instead of reaching for a pre-packaged dessert, try to make this dessert from scratch and you'll not only taste the difference, but feel the difference as well!
Hello February! This month we're focusing on foods that can help you boost your energy levels and keep you feeling strong and motivated throughout the month of February. Our first recipe of the month is an yoghurt, apple compote with homemade granola. Next time you’re eating what you might consider a ‘healthy’ breakfast, take a look at the ingredient list on your yoghurt tub and granola box. It’s likely you’ll find ingredients such as processed sweeteners (corn syrup, fructose), sugar, thickeners (xanthan gum, corn starch), artificial colors and flavors. Even the granola’s marketed as “healthy” will be predominantly grain based and will almost always contain sugar. These ingredients Read More
If you’re one of our Staples box customers, you’ll know we send you a cup of different nuts every week! You can turn these nuts into awesome antioxidant date balls without too many ingredients and too much effort. Date balls a great snack to take with you on the go to ensure you’re not grabbing junk and are staying energized throughout the day! Leave us a comment if you’ve enjoyed January’s recipes and let us know what you’d like to see more of next month.
We're wrapping up detox January with a pomegranate and quinoa salad with the yummiest of citrus dressings. Grab your Fruitful Day pomegranate and this won't take you long to prepare at all! We hope you've enjoyed this month of recipes and we're looking forward to shifting focus next month on ENERGY! We'll give you some food ideas that will fuel you with energy and help you to keep those New Years Resolutions going past January!
Brrrrr it's cold outside and we're craving warm soup! This apple and cerliac soup is a great way to make sure you're getting in both some fruits and vegetables in your diet. As part of our #fruityfridays in January, we will continue to bring you recipes throughout the month that are healthy, tasty, and help you to detox and kick-start your healthy habits for the year. If you missed it, please check out our chia pudding and granola cup recipes.
Last week, we launched detox January here and promised to share a new #fruityfriday recipe with you each week. This week we're continuing our focus on breakfast with a delicious and healthy recipe for chia pudding. Most of the work can be done the night before so it's ideal for those busy mornings before work and school. We love the idea of topping the chia pudding with different fruits each and every time to keep it fresh and interesting!
January is always a great opportunity for a fresh start to the year and with that in mind we’ll be publishing a new recipe each Friday in January focused on detoxing! Making sure you have a healthy start to the day with a solid breakfast sets the stage for the rest of your meals. Prep these granola cups the day before and then just assemble them in the morning with your yoghurt and Fruitful Day fruits and you’ll be set for the day of productivity.
In partnership with Mix & Muesli, we are pleased to announce we are now offering healthy breakfast catering. We will come to your office with everything you need for a fresh start to the day! Choose from a range of fresh fruits, muesli, granolas, and pair it with yoghurt, honey, and cinnamon for a delicious and filling breakfast.
While you and the kids might be enjoying greener pastures, sunny beaches, or the hustle and bustle of a city, your significant other is probably stuck in Dubai for at least part of the summer working hard while its 50C outside. Here are 5 ways to help them survive the summer and feel your love from far away!