We’re always exploring new and delicious ways to prepare pinole. Our latest efforts in the test kitchen will please our fellow breakfast lovers. Introducing pinole waffles. We’re bringing the power of pinole to a classic breakfast staple. Next time you’re looking to fuel up for adventure, try this delicious, nutritious option, pairing it with your favorite berries, nuts, or chocolate chips! Prep time: 5 m Cook time: 15 m Ready in: 20 m Ingredients: 2 eggs 1 cup all-purpose flour 1
Banana nut anything is pretty much a classic for your go-to breakfast: muffins, waffles, and other yummy recipes. The problem: muffins, waffles, and “other” recipes tend not to be the best for your health or waistline. With added sugars and nutritionally-deficient flours, many of these recipes can do quite a bit of damage. No reason to fret! We have cooked up a fun and healthy alternative to this classic indulgence. By replacing the numerous-- and
You’ve heard of acai bowls, but today we’re introducing something even better: pinole bowls. Imagine a breakfast that was filling but super-healthy, loaded up with fresh ingredients and health-boosting antioxidants.
When the weather gets cooler, there’s nothing like a hot breakfast to warm the heart and prepare you for a busy day. Just because it’s cold outside doesn’t mean you have to settle for a dreary breakfast.
Traditionally, bananas Foster is made from bananas caramelized and flambéed in rum and brown sugar, then served over vanilla ice cream. It’s delicious, but probably not an ideal breakfast.
We are pleased to announce that AccelFoods, a packaged foods accelerator based in New York City, has selected Purely Pinole as a member of its 2016 class. Purely Pinole, a nutrient-dense Aztec power food made with purple maize and offered as a delicious line of hot cereal and snacking products, is one of just six companies chosen for the accelerator’s intense eight month program. In addition, Purely Pinole has received an investment from AccelFoods, which oversees a $20
Disrupts the Market as Nutrient Rich Power Food January 27, 2016 - Santa Monica-based Native State Foods, maker of Purely Pinole, is proud to be at the forefront of a burgeoning new food movement: purple foods. Experts at the 2016 Winter Fancy Foods Show in San Francisco last week named purple foods one of the top new trends taking the market by force. Purely Pinole, an ancient Aztec power food whose cornerstone ingredient is purple maize, is already seeing great response from consumers
Everyone knows and loves the taste of fresh blueberries and perfectly-ripe bananas—but these common fruits also have impressive nutritional clout.