Carrot Spice

4.4
5 reviews

Tastes like carrot cake, without the added sugar! Perfectly sweetened by organics maple syrup and raisins. The notes of cardamom and nutmeg give this quick and nutritious breakfast it’s kick! Powered by fava bean protein and chia seeds, you can’t go wrong with this on the go meal. Toast and coffee is boring! It’s time to kick it up a notch without the added work – we take care of all of that for you. #OatstandingMornings

Benefits

  • Heart HealthyHeart Healthy
  • Immunity BoostingImmunity Boosting
  • Digestive SupportDigestive Support

The Goods

Whole Grain Gluten Free Oats
Chia Seeds
Coconut
Fava Bean Powder
Carrots
Pumpkin
Maca Powder
Nutmeg
Ginger
Maple Syrup
Vanilla Extract (non-alcoholic)
Himalayan Salt
Cardamom
Pecans *
Raisins
Ceylon Cinnamon
* Allergens

Superfood Highlights

Whole Grain Gluten Free Oats

Oats are among the healthiest grains on earth. They're a gluten-free whole grain and a great source of important vitamins, minerals, fibre, and antioxidants. Oats are high in the soluble fibre, which offer numerous health benefits. Studies show that oats can help reduce cholesterol and stabilize of blood sugar levels promotes healthy gut bacteria and increases feelings of fullness.

Chia Seeds

Despite their small size, chia seeds are one of the most nutritious dense foods. They’re loaded with fiber, protein, omega-3 fatty acids and various micronutrients. Great news for those who don’t consume dairy - gram for gram, the calcium content in chia seeds is higher than most dairy products. As a result, chia seeds may be considered an excellent source of calcium for people who don't eat dairy.

Coconut

Coconuts contain significant amounts of fat, but unlike other nuts, they provide fat that is mostly in the form of medium chain saturated fatty acids (MCFAs) in particular, one called lauric acid. Lauric acid in the body is a powerful antiviral, antifungal and antibacterial. Adding a moderate amount of coconut-derived foods in your diet may help protect the body from infections and viruses.

Fava Bean Powder

Fava beans are incredibly nutritious and an excellent source of soluble fiber, plant protein, folate, manganese, copper, and iron! Fava beans are heart-healthy and are rich in phytonutrients such as isoflavone and plant sterols, which have been shown to lower cholesterol.

Maca Powder

Maca is a root from Peru that is nutrient packed! Maca is a complete protein and also contains an abundance of calcium, iron, magnesium, sodium, sulfur, potassium and phosphorous. This superfood is an adaptogen meaning it normalizes the body and keeps things in control. Adaptogens allow the body to better respond to internal and external environmental factors such as anxiety and injuries. Maca is well known for its ability to regulate hormones it encourages the body to produce or decrease its own hormones by nourishing the master glands of the body (hypothalamus and pituitary).

Ginger

Ginger is a popular spice. It is high in gingerol, a substance with powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Ginger is also effective at reducing the day-to-day progression of muscle pain, and may reduce exercise-induced muscle soreness and a great addition to post-workout recovery!

Himalayan Salt

Himalayan salt is made from rock crystals of salt that have been mined from areas close to the Himalayas, often in Pakistan. It gets its rosy hue from trace minerals in the salt, like magnesium, potassium, and calcium.

Ceylon Cinnamon

This delicious spice helps your body fight infections and repair tissue damage. One unique quality of cinnamon is that it decreases the amount of sugar that enters your bloodstream after a meal, bye-bye blood sugar spikes!

Nutrition Facts

Carrot Spice

How To Soak

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Step 1 Fill your oats cup ¾ of the way to the top with your liquid of choice
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Step 2 Give your delicious oats a stir and pop the lid back on before placing in the fridge to soak overnight
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Step 3 Take your overnight oats out of the fridge, give everything a stir and enjoy cold!

How To Heat

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Step 1 Fill your oats cup ¾ of the way to the top with your liquid of choice and stir
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Step 2 Pour all the good stuff into a saucepan or microwave friendly bowl and heat for 3-6 minutes, stirring halfway until ready
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Step 3 Stir well, pour back into cup and enjoy!

Reviews

Overall Rating: 4.4/5
based on 5 reviews

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Rachel L

Verified

October 29, 2019

Added honey, tasted so nice

I had this warm on our first really "cold" morning (I live in Tucson, cold is relative) I loved it so much! totally great!

Tips:
I made this with whole milk, added a little extra cinnamon and topped with some raw honey, because I do like my oats sweet

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Marie-Soleil S

June 27, 2019

No no no no.

I really didn't like this one. Was expecting more of a carrot cake type of oat, but the carrots were really hard and not sweet at all? Like carrots you would put in a salad or whatever. Worst of them all.

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Jinghan Z

Verified

June 24, 2019

Great to have!

Very glad I ordered this. Tastes absolutely amazing very filling and worth it!

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Chelsea C

Verified

June 10, 2019

Healthy carrot cake

This was quite tasty overall, but just had too many raisins for my liking. I enjoy raisins but only in small quantities.

Tips:
Made as overnight oats with vanilla oat milk, lovely texture.

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Heather H

Verified

May 17, 2019

Carrot cake!

This one is great! It’s like eating carrot cake batter but slightly less sweet. Very filling and delicious!

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Shreena T

Verified

May 17, 2019

Healthy option

This is a healthy breakfast option. The only reason I gave it a 4 star is because I had this after the berry patch and this just sounds and tastes a bit healthier 😂