Organic raw sunflower seed protein powder
Yupik’s Sunflower Seed Protein Powder is a great substitute for animal protein. It is made directly from raw sunflower seeds, peeled and ground into a fine powder. As nutrient-rich and versatile as the seeds, it is also easy to digest, naturally dairy-free. It is considered a suitable protein source for anyone following a special diet or simply looking for delightful ways to eat more healthily without compromising on variety. You can add it to all sort of recipes, effortlessly. Whether you sprinkle it over soups, salads, pasta or mix it into a smoothie, it will give you the boost of energy you need to live your day to the fullest!
INSIDE SCOOP: A few facts!
- Certified organic
- Gmo-free, no artificial ingredients added, no oil added
- Made from raw sunflower seeds
- Source of fiber
- Contains all essential amino acids
CULINARY TIPS: Fuel up with protein the healthy way
How to incorporate sunflower seed protein powder into your diet? It is as simple as saying "1-2-3-Sun"! Just add 1-3 teaspoons of powder per portion, according to your needs.
What is difficult is to choose among the thousands of recipes you can possibly make with this product. To get started, we recommend testing these wholesome recipes (other than smoothies!):
I. FRUITY PROTEIN BARS - perfect for super busy mornings
For 6 bars, in a large bowl, combine 1½ cups rolled oats, 1 tbsp sunflower seed protein powder, ¼ cup ground flax seed, 1 tsp baking powder, 1 tsp cinnamon powder. In another bowl stir in a beaten egg and ¼ cup coconut sugar, 1½ cups unsweetened almond milk. Then, pour them in the other bowl and stir until well combined. Fold in ¼ cup Sultana raisins, ¼ cup chopped pitted dates. Line a 9x5 inch baking pan with parchment paper. Bake for about 25 - 30 minutes at 375°F and enjoy or freeze for later.
II. CARROT CAKE PROTEIN LOAF to satisfy your sweet tooth - Microwavable
This is a nutritious snack to eat on-the-go you can make ahead in less than 15 minutes.
Grease a bread pan with cooking spray. In a medium bowl, combine ½ cup grated carrots, 1 tsp orange zest, ½ cup almond milk, ⅓ cup apple compote, 1 tsp cinnamon powder, stevia and salt to taste . Stir in 1½ tbsp sunflower seed protein powder and ½ cup quinoa flakes. Pour the batter into the pan, tap to flatten the top, microwave for 6 minutes and... that's it, that's all! You've got yourself a homemade treat that hits all the right notes!
ABOUT SUNFLOWERS: Did you know?
The yellow petals and brown centers are individual flowers themselves: if you try counting them you may find as many as 2,000 can make up the bloom. Each sunflower can contain around 1,000 to 2,000 seeds, enough seeds to feed birds and humans alike! Sunflowers have also a special talent for absorbing toxins. They are certainly more than pretty, sunny faces, there is no question about that!
HOW TO STORE: Preserve freshness!
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