A chewy superfood cookie made with goji berries for antioxidants and high-fiber oats. Healthy enough for breakfast, snack or dessert!
I am a big fan of making my holiday treats both festive and healthy. So this week on ABC, I am sharing healthier ways to do just that – for Valentine’s Day!
Super food is a general, non-medical term often used to describe foods that have a high level of nutrients relative to the amount of calories that they contain. This is made apparent by reading the nutrition facts label. Navitas Naturals sent me some of their products to experiment with for some Valentine’s themed recipes.
Goji berries are tiny red berries touted for their incredibly high antioxidant content. Antioxidants are found in the fruits and veggies that we consume and are responsible for combating free radical damage that can occur to cells. Goji Berries are also a surprisingly good source of protein. Add the berries and powder to oatmeal, yogurt or smoothies.
Pomegranate arils are known for being small in size and rich in antioxidants. Pomegranate powder is a good source of both potassium and vitamin C.
This recipe was sponsored by Navitas Naturals.