- Masala Chai Gud
Inspired by the rural classic, this aromatic and flavourful beverage originated in India but is now popular in snack houses across the world. This Masala Chai Gud is the ultimate cheat in making your daily cuppa. It contains coconut sugar (healthier than regular refined sugar, and all the spices needs to make the perfectly balanced spicy ‘chai’. Simple heat up your liquids, infuse tea and add a spoonful of masala magic! Masala chai prevents one from body inflammation and helps beat fatigue.
- Bee Pollen
Bee Pollen is said to be an exceptionally nutritious food, and it is sometimes even labeled as “super food.” This pollen is extracted from honeybees who pack the pollen they collect from flowers into sacs. It is 40% protein by weight and is rich in vitamins, minerals and phytochemicals, due to which it can cure a multitude of health problems.
Confused how to use it? Here’s a quick and easy recipe:
Healthy Blender Drink :
- Ripe Banana
- 2 Prunes, cooked and pitted
- 1 tbsp Ground Flax Seeds
- ½ tsp lemon juice
- ½ cup real orange juice
- 1 tbsp Pure Liquid Honey
- 1 tsp (up to tbsp) Pure Bee Pollen Granules
Place all ingredients in blender and blend until creamy and smooth.
Makes about 10 ounces – a light breakfast/meal for one.
- Rhododendron Chutney
An edible flower indigenous to the Himachal region of India that blooms only from January to March. This chutney is traditionally made in Himachal homes and no where else. It’s like nothing else you’ll ever taste with a stunning spicy, earthy, floral taste. Best with any kind of crackers, breads or as an addition to a traditional thali,
Rhododendron is used to cure heart problems, high blood pressure, liver disorders. It increases red blood cells and is good for reducing anemia.
- Dark Chocolate Black Tea
This one is for all the chocolate and chai lovers out there. We have something really interesting for you but with a twist! A deep delicious black tea with the finest cocoa powder. Chocolate and tea together bring together a depth of flavour that is sure to leave you wanting more. Great with milk or water based brewing – and especially perfect for winter morning when you can’t choose between hot chocolate and chai!
This ultimate “guilty pleasure” is good for you in many different ways as well –
- Boosts immune system
- Improves heart health
- Helps to reduce risk pre-mature ageing
- Gives relief from stress and depression
- Improves learning abilities/memory
5. Jowar Puff
Globally, jowar (also called sorghum) is being touted as the “new quinoa” for its gluten-free, whole-grain goodness. But in India, it has long been a staple, especially in the western and southern parts of the country where it is ground into flour and used to make rotis, cheela, dosa etc. This is a new take on the humble jowar, perfect for snacking. Mildly flavoured to suit all palates, it is a guilt-free snack that is sure to make a home in your pantry!
Jowar is rich in fiber, high in protein & iron and is excellent for bone health