You will love this especially if you are looking at fun ways to introduce Camu Camu (Vitamin C food) to the family!  Many moons ago Dr Randall made a wonderful sporty GROWnola so much so we decided to upload it so others could enjoy the goodness. You can see it here. The base of this recipe is Dr Randall’s GROWnola. It is easy to put together, does take some time but so worth it in the end. I suggest making two batches because it goes quickly, at least in our house!

We add buffalo yoghurt to the GROWnola as well as some berries that might be in season and then we add a sprinkle of our whole Vital Foods Camu Camu which is the richest source of Vitamin C of any fruit in the world! Read more here. Per 100g equivalent it is 85 times more than oranges, 53 times more than kiwi and 27 times more than black currents! It’s a very well balanced and healthy superfood. You’ll also get the added benefit of iron, calcium, potassium and so much more.

This is a delicious, nutritious and an ‘I want more’ recipe the whole family will love!

Here’s what you need:

1 x batch of organic GROWnola

1 x Tbsp buffalo yoghurt OR a yoghurt of your choice i.e. sheep, goats or cow

1 x handful of organic seasonal berries for that pop of colour (and nutrients!)

1 x tsp of Vital Foods raw, organic Camu Camu (Vitamin C) powder

Here’s how to put it together:

  1. Place yoghurt and Camu Camu into a breakfast bowl or large cup/glass
  2. Mix until well combined.
  3. Add your desired amount of GROWnola to the bowl or large cup/glass
  4. Mix until well combined.
  5. Add some of you favourite seasonal berries for that pop of colour.
  6. Eat!

Option:

  1. Add some cinnamon when you add the Camu Camu. Cinnamon is sweet when combined with other foods and can ease the tartness of the Camu Camu when kids have it initially.
  2. Alternatively to get more Camu Camu (Vitamin C) in your kids you might our raw organic Camu Camu bliss balls for lunches or an afternoon snack!

Enjoy optimising the health of you and your family!

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