Looking to try a selection of flavours?
Want something original to send as a gift? Then this could be for you.
These are our delicious, versatile and convenient 20g Healthy Bites. These little bites of loveliness are not only nutritious but also loads of fun!
If you're looking for a guilt free healthy treat with your morning brew or afternoon cuppa, or a boost after a post gym workout, something fun to add to daily lunchboxes or simply something to grab on the go - these are the bites that will keep you fuller for longer.
Our Little Healthy Bites takes 100% natural ingredients and we blend them together to create amazing family favourite flavours. Vegan friendly, gluten free and refined sugar free.
We can send a MIX of 6, 10, 14 or 20 little bites, we have over 10 flavours, with new ones being added weekly and will send a mixture.
If you have a preference of flavours of Healthy Bites that you would like to go into your Discovery Box then please do state in the Notes section on your order page.
IMPORTANT Allergen Advice - Our Healthy Bites contain AND will have traces of NUTS
Our bites can be eaten straight out the bag but they have got so many other ways you can use them!
As a bite: Simply take the bites and pop them in your own container. Dip in chocolate for a more decadent treat and top with goji berries, freeze dried fruit or chia seeds before the chocolate sets!
Porridge: Add roughly 1 bite to 50g of oats and 125ml of water and cook it over the stove or in the microwave for 2 minutes. Add more or less bites depending on your desired sweetness. Or alternatively, make your porridge and sprinkle the bite on top along with any other toppings you desire!
Ice Lollies: Using a blender, blend together the bites with milk or nut milk. Pour the mixture into ice lolly moulds and place in the freezer overnight. The bite-to-milk ratio will depend on how sweet you like your ice lollies. Taste the mixture and add more bites if needed.
Ice Cream: Blend it together with milk or nut milk and place it in an ice cream maker until it resembles a soft-serve texture. Freeze and enjoy homemade, healthy ice cream! The amount of bites you add will depend on how sweet you like your ice cream.
Pancakes: Mix(+/-) roughly 4 bites with 2 eggs to make a pancake batter. If you prefer less sweet pancakes, add in 50g of almond flour + a dash of your choice milk
Toppings: Crumble a little over yoghurt, fruit, smoothie bowls or chia puddings!
Smoothie: Blend 2 bites with 250ml of milk or nut milk.
Typical values per 100g:
Energy 1906kJ/456kcal / 91Kcal per 20g bite
Fat(g) 26.5 of which saturates(g) 14.6 , Carbohydrate(g) 49.1, of which sugars(g) 41.1 Fibre(g) 7.6 , Protein(g) 8.3 , Salt(g) 0.06