23 September 2011

One Earth Functional Foods


No, this isn't a repeat of yesterday's post, I really did get another package in the mail!


One Earth Functional Foods "Food for functioning bodies" from Vancouver BC


One Earth was incredibly generous to send me some of their products to try 
for you guys. Because of their respect of great-tasting natural foods and healthy 
living, most of their products are gluten-free, high in fibre, and low in salt and fat


When they found out how much I love muffins, it's no surprise they sent me the best sounding muffin mix i've ever heard of, along with a bag of their Coconut Palm Sugar


Sweet Potato & Cinnamon Muffin Mix


 Gluten Free and High Fibre


You can bet I'lll be baking some Sweet Potato and
 Cinnamon Muffins as soon as possible, stay tuned!


ONEearth Organic Coconut Palm Sugar. Rich Superior Tastemade from the nectar of the 
coconut tree, Coconut Sugar is one of the best sugars you can use. It has a low 
Glycemic Index (35) compared to traditional sweeteners such as refined table sugar 
(GI 80), pasteurized honey (GI 75), raw sugar (GI 65), and evaporated cane juice (GI 55)


I myself am sensitive to the effects of sugar, but because this sweetener produces 
 "slow releasing energy", it's the ideal choice for anyone who doesn't want 
the highs and lows associated with eating foods made with regular sugar or honey 


Check out their exciting lineup of Baking Mixes: Quinoa Crunch 
Chocolate Square Mix, Sweet Potato & Cinnamon Muffin Nix, Creole 
Cornbread Mix with Kelp, and Chai Chia Coconut Cookie Mix!


15 comments:

jessica said... [reply]

Can't wait to see what delcious foods you make Kelsey!!!
xo

Sarena Shasteen - The Non-Dairy Queen said... [reply]

This stuff sounds so up my alley! I can't wait to see what you think of it!

Krista said... [reply]

I'm kicking myself in the butt right now b/c I just saw some of these products in Winner's last night and didn't grab any! DOH!

Laura said... [reply]

I wonder if they'll make their way over to the stores here in Kelowna! I can't wait to see how that cornbread turns out...

Hope said... [reply]

I know how much you love your sweet potatoes - this is perfect for you. Cant wait to see the finished product!

Chelsea said... [reply]

Just like Krista said - I think I've seen these products at Winners before! I don't usually like baking mixes, but that sweet potato muffin mix sounds so good!

Kristin Overton said... [reply]

I found a bag of the Quinoa Crunch squares mix at Winners a bit ago & made them in muffin tins- SO GOOD! I would add some chocolate chips in with the mix though. The chocolately flavor doesn't seem complete without gooey spots of chocolate here & there...

Shannon said... [reply]

All these products sound great!

Marianne (frenchfriestoflaxseeds) said... [reply]

Coconut palm sugar is on my list of things I need to try. And if there is a Vancouver company that sells it, all the better! I will keep an eye out.

eatmybeets.com said... [reply]

I recently tried coconut palm sugar as well! It's pretty good but not as sweet as other sweeteners.

Kelsey said... [reply]

I'm always so excited to get a package or letter in the mail, so I love reading package posts :)

survivingcandyland said... [reply]

What an awesome package to get in the mail. I love getting things in the mail. I'm in a functional foods class, so it is interesting to see what companies consider as functional foods.

Emily said... [reply]

sounds like a good company. i've never tried coconut sugar. it also helps to consume sugar with protein and fat to moderate the glycemic response.

spinachandspice said... [reply]

What a cool concept! Can't wait to see what you make of the products :)

Jolene - EverydayFoodie said... [reply]

Lucky you!! Two giant packages!!

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