Tigernut Cookie Dough Bliss Balls

  Cookies and milk for Santa. It's an age-old classic which keeps kids (and the adults) happy every year.   However, the old cookie dough isn't so friendly on poor Santa's waistline. Or blood sugar. And did we mention it's not gluten free - argh!   Never fear, we are here...

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Guilt Free Banana Bread

  Mid-arvo munchies (Noun). The action reaching for the top drawer chocolate stash at exactly 2.59pm.   Do you suffer from this phenomenon? Never fear, we’re here with a scrumptious solution in the form of Double Chocolate Tigernut Banana Bread to help curb cravings. Sure it sounds a little naughty,...

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The importance of prebiotics by the FODMAP friendly vegan

Tigernuts are a prebiotic. They are also FODMAP friendly. However anyone with tummy trouble knows that prebiotics and FODMAP don't usually go hand in hand. Confused? You better check out this great post from our friend the FODMAP Friendly Vegan.   Not to be confused with “PRObiotics”,...

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Tigernuts snack your way to weight loss…

Tigernuts aid weight loss. Say whaaat!!?! Is there really a god? Read all about how snacking on Tigernuts assist your weight loss journey?   Tigernuts are super high in resistant starch (RS) fiber, which has been getting a lot of a lot of buzz for its weight-loss...

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Hiking and Snacking through your long weekend

It's the Anzac Day long weekend here in Australia and we think one of the best activities to enjoy on the extra day off is a nice long hike in the great outdoors. Our island home, Tasmania, is renowned for its beautiful walks, crisp clean...

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Recipe – Baked Tigernut Granola

If you eat only one thing today, make it this baked tigernut granola. **Warning: may lead to addiction**   Ingredients 1 cup Tigernuts 2 cups mixed nuts - almonds, brazil nuts, walnuts, hazelnuts 1/2 cup dessicated coconut 1 tsp vanilla extract 1 cup mixed fruit - banana chips, sultanas, dried apricot 2 tbs...

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Peeled Tigernuts Vs Unpeeled Tigernuts … what’s the difference?

  Peeled Think of these little guys like a blanched versus a regular almond. Peeled tigernuts have had their outer husk removed. This makes them a little less chewy, a little easier to a eat and a little more nude!!   Unpeeled the standard unpeeled tigernut does not need to...

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