9 Accompaniments That You Must Try With Nuts & Stuff!
21 August, 2019    Concetta Sultan

 

We know you love the crispy, crunchy and nutty taste of Nuts & Stuff, with just a hint of natural fruity sweetness! So wholesome, it stirs and delights your palate. We get it – with a selection of the finest and the most carefully chosen ingredients that go into our handcrafted recipe, there is simply no room for doubt.


Yes, Nuts & Stuff is brimming with goodness – organic shredded coconut, dried cranberries and dates, all raw nuts – almonds, hazelnuts and walnuts, all raw seeds – organic black chia, buckwheat, sunflower, sesame, pepitas, flax/linseed, and love. 


Given the right accompaniments, all these textures and tastes can only be heightened. In this week’s blog post we have scoured through hundreds of accompaniment choices to bring you a list of nine scintillating ones. They complement the flavours of Nuts & Stuff so perfectly and brilliantly. Give them a try and discover something new.

 

1. Milk or Mylk

Generously splash your Nuts & Stuff with a glassful of some good old-fashioned milk – the free-range kind, or use alternate varieties of mylks (as they are called) – soy, coconut, almond etc. Milk or mylks combine really well with Nuts & Stuff. Keep it soaked for that delicious porridgy texture, or splash and eat to maintain the crunchiness of the nuts and seeds. 

 

2. Honey

A dollop of honey can add so much magic and wonder to your meal. Especially if that meal is a bowl of Nuts & Stuff. Our favourite part about honey is that it brings in floral and fruity notes of its own – red gum, white gum, jarrah, banksia, karri. These authentic Aussie flavours will keep the connection to country and bushland alive in your heart.

 

3. Cranberry Sauce or Pomegranate Molasses

Coat your Nuts & Stuff with any of these sweet and tangy sauces – Cranberry sauce and Pomegranate molasses – and savour the rich combined taste. We can’t recommend it enough. We have a number of tasty recipes on Our Recipes page, that use pomegranate molasses in interesting ways. Be sure to take a look.

 

4. Yogurt

Yogurts are a mouth-watering addition to Nuts & Stuff. Right from the thick and creamy Greek yogurt, to the sweet notes of coconut yogurt – each one combines beautifully. Blend in scoops of probiotic yogurt for a healthy kick. Or keep it simple with a favourite organic yogurt straight off the shelf. 

 

5. Herbs

Herbs are not only great for garnishing your bowl of Nuts & Stuff, but they also add an amazing flavour to the mix. We recommend that you try coriander and mint. Feel free to go wild and explore other herbs that you may want to enjoy. Who knows, you may discover a new favourite!

 

6. Jaggery 

This is a 100% original recommendation. Jaggery is an Indian/Asian delicacy that we know combines extremely well with Nuts & Stuff. You can find coconut and sugarcane jaggery easily at the Indian/Asian grocery stores around your locality. Grate the jaggery of your choice in a bowl and then sprinkle only the required amount, as it can be a bit too sweet if you’re too generous with it.

 

7. Fruits

We totally recommend adding all manner of seasonal fruits – bananas, strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, watermelon, rockmelon, pineapples, grapes, mangoes, kiwifruit and more – to your bowl of Nuts & Stuff. Go visit your local farmers market, pick organic and seasonal produce that tickles your fancy, and go wild. Your body will love it!

 

8. Acai

Acai is a superfood that has taken the world by storm. It is super healthy and nutritious - full of immunity-boosting antioxidants. And it is really easy to find frozen pouches of Acai at supermarkets. We’re proud to say that it makes for a great Nuts & Stuff accompaniment. We have a Nuts & Stuff Acai Bowl recipe (that is also vegan and gluten-free) up on Our Recipes page, that is very popular. Go check it out now!

 

9. Cacao and chocolate

We left the best one for the last – Cacao and chocolate. Sprinkle some over a bowl of Nuts & Stuff and you are instantly transported to heaven! Don’t take our word for it. Go on and try some! We’re told that cacao is healthier than cocoa, so try to find cacao or else cocoa works just the same. 



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