Good Green Vitality Doughnuts – Nuzest NZ

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Good Green Vitality Doughnuts

Dairy Free, Gluten Free, Vegan
TIME:40, SERVES:4

Do you want an easy and delicious way to add some extra nutrients into your day? Look no further...

Raw doughnuts with Good Green Vitality! Something yum for the whole family.

An easy was to add nutrient-rich ingredients into your lifestyle, providing comprehensive nutritional support in one daily serve.

Recipe and pictures by @charissa_and_co_wellness


Ingredients

1/2 Cup chopped almonds (pre-soaked)

1/2 Cup macadamia nuts

1 Cup chopped figs

10 Chopped medjool dates

2 Tbsp cacao nibs

2 Tbsp macadamia nut butter

1 Scoop Nuzest Good Green Vitality

1 Cup unsweetened coconut flakes

3 Tbsp coconut oil

1 Vanilla bean pod


Method

Place all ingredients into your food processor, chopped until a dough like consistency. 

With this recipe, we definitely want to add the creamy texture of macadamia nuts along with the Macadamia butter, these beautiful creamy flavours, balance deliciously with the Good Green Vitality, there is of course activated almonds added to this recipe, not only for that subtle sweet taste, but to give it that crispy crunch texture, activated almonds vs non activated almonds, definitely makes a difference in taste. 

Then either roll them into balls, or use your favourite shaped BPA silicone free mold. 

Once placed in the mold freeze for 1 hours, thereafter remove, sprinkle a very little Good Green Vitality sparingly over them as a topping. 

Optional to also sprinkle some hemp seeds. 

Keep in the fridge for another 1 hour then enjoy.  

Keeps for 2 weeks in the freezer.

<img src="AU-GGV-120.jpg"><img alt="Good Green Vitality, Original Flavour, 120g, 12 serve pack">

Good Green Vitality

120g (12 Servings)

$43.70 NZD

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