30 Nov 2018

Fruit + Seed Bar

Healthy food shouldn't be too complicated to make, after all the best recipes are the ones without all the additives or a million ingredients. Of course, there are exceptions-- like in Indian food, for example when this isn't the case. But for simple breakfast bars that advertise nuts and seeds, the ingredients should have just that. The problem? It's shocking but not a lot of bars out there are quite that simple. Here at Native

10 Oct 2018

Chocolate Chip Energy Balls

The chocolate chip cookie: one of America’s favorite comfort foods… and for good reason! There’s just something about that combination of sugar, fat, and carbs that is so good. Actually, it’s pretty much all of those things that make those little devils so addictive... Thankfully, there is a healthier alternative and a smarter way to enjoy your favorite childhood treat. We've got you covered with a new, clean take on this old classic by whipping

25 Sep 2018

Pinole + Chia Bars

Paleo. Ketogenic. Low carb-- or, wait is it no carb? Is anyone else confused?! But really...when did food become so complicated? At the end of the day, the food you choose should be both wholesome and nourishing… it’s really as simple as that. For thousands of years, simple, natural foods empowered our ancestors and kept them strong and healthy. Why not give it a try for yourself with these pure and natural Pinole + Chia

21 Jun 2018

Morning Power Smoothie

"This smoothie is whipped up in a matter of seconds and then topped with fresh berries. Made with our Blueberry + Banana Pinole, with an extra boost of antioxidants and vitamins wrapped in delicious fruit accents." Total Prep Time: 5-7 min Yield: 1 medium smoothie Ingredients: 1 large banana 185 g frozen berry blend 1 Tsp lemon juice 1 Tsp Blueberry + Banana Purely Pinole 1 Tsp almond butter 125 mL almond milk 2 Tsp

22 Mar 2018

Swap Your Oatmeal for Pinole: The Energy Powerhouse Superfood

Pinole is the breakfast superfood you didn't know you were craving. Guest Blog Post by Emily Monaco. Emily Monaco is an American food and culture writer based in Paris. She loves uncovering the stories behind ingredients and exposing the face of our food system, so that consumers  can make educated choices. Her work has been published in the Wall Street Journal, Vice Munchies, and Serious Eats. Originally posted on organicauthority.com How many of us start