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Recipe provided by Carman's 

Serves 1-2

+5 Minute Gut Booster Bowl

Start with a probiotic base, such as kefir or probiotic yoghurt, which aids in the growth of good bacteria in the gut. If you don’t eat diary, coconut yoghurt is a delicious alternative.

Opt for fibre-filled fruit, such as apples and always eat with the seasons! For figs, this means late summer until the end of autumn.

Nut butter is packed full of healthy fats to help get your digestive system moving. It can also aid the absorption of fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E and K.

Grains, grains and more grains! Sprinkle 5 Seed & Grain Granola on top for a diverse range of fibres. Both of our granola flavours have soluble and insoluble fibres, as well as resistant starch, which can feed friendly gut bacteria in the colon. 

Finish with a pinch of shredded coconut or chia seeds.

Give yourself a pat on the back for nourishing your body and soul! 

 

+Layered Granola Jars

Grab a jar or glass – the prettier the better.

Add yoghurt to approximately a quarter of the way up. Greek yoghurt is great as it suits most tastes, but you could try cashew or almond yoghurt if you’re after something dairy free.

Next, add your favourite flavour of Carman’s granola. We’ve used Pink Lady Apple & Blueberry but if your preference is fruit free, then Almond, Vanilla & Cinnamon has you covered.

Sprinkle on something a little fancy and flavour-full... We included chia seeds for their omega-3s and antioxidants, but nuts, seeds or even cacao nibs all have nutritional benefits and are delicious.

Choose your flavour-ite fruit (or fruits!) and scatter over the top. Blueberries are low in calories, but high in nutrients.

Layer up, then eat up.