On behalf of all of us at RealFoodSource we thank you for your continued support and we wish you all a very happy and healthy 2018!
We’re excited to launch our new Organic Camu Camu powder that is bursting with vitamin C- with nearly 60 times more vitamin C than an orange. It also contains other excellent nutrients like manganese, copper and amino acids. Add a teaspoon to smoothies and juices or mix it into porridge and yogurts to add a natural sweetness.
Dark Chia Seed & Goji Berry Saver Pack £14.99!
Goji berries and Chia seed are a great little combo to bulk buy at the start of the year and add to your diet. They are such favourites here we combined them into a great value saver pack to offer the cheapest price we could at £14.99 for the 2kg. Our chia is loaded with goodness and is the reason we do what we do. It was the first product we launched when we started the RealFoodSource as we could not get it anywhere in the UK at a sensible price so we sourced it and made it available at the best possible price ourselves! Fast forward a few years and here we are 🙂 We also source the best goji berries that are 100% goji with no added preservatives as many other gojis are covered in. Top your porridge, cereals and chocolate bars, add to yoghurt, cakes, smoothies…there are so many possibilities. Chia is such a versatile seed that can even be used in place of egg for binding. Grab our Free Chia Recipe ebook below for 10 easy ways to add chia to your diet and all our favourite Chia recipes!
Carrot & Coriander Quinoa Burgers
‘A perfect healthy snack or light meal after all the festive over-indulgence’
-1 cup cooked quinoa
-¾ cup coarsely grated carrot (approx. 2 medium carrots)
-¼ cup fresh coriander- coarsely chopped
-1/4 tsp garam masala
-3 tbs fine almond flour
-3 tbs ground chia
-approx 1/4 cup hot water (extra water if needed)
-Mix the almond flour with hot water in a small bowl and mix to form a thick paste. Mix all remaining ingredients together adding the paste last. Add a little extra water if needed to assist the binding of the mixture (we used approx ½ cup total water).
-Get your hands stuck in and form small flattened patties, place these on a lined or greased baking sheet. The mixture will be a bit delicate but should easily form patties that hold together well whilst baking and being turned over once.
-We didn’t use any oil to coat the patties as they tasted great without, but feel free to use a light coating for extra crispness if you prefer. We baked them for approx. 30 minutes at 180C until lightly golden.