Baobab fruit powder is rich in vitamin C, calcium, magnesium and iron. But it also has significant dietary fibre and acts as an excellent prebiotic thus contributing to the health of probiotics in the gut.
Kate Quilton, well known English TV presenter and journalist, visited EcoProducts this week to find out more about baobab powder and its superfood story.
7 reasons why Baobab Superfruit powder should be part of your culinary basic ingredients and in your kitchen cupboard. Delicious recipes – all with a baobab twist – to try out and enjoy! As well as the numerous health benefits you get from consuming this African superfood.
Jodi Wainstein from Nelspruit says "Your Baobab Powder is AWESOME, so easy to just add 2 tablespoons to a breakfast smoothie in the morning and know ive had my vitamin C and minerals for the day. Ive also given my 3 year old daughter a teaspoon in her mango juice and she had no complaints. Thank […]
Angie from Richards Bay says:"I have been using baobab powder in my breakfasts and even in my pancakes! It has a rather pleasant taste and I have to say I've noticed a change in my energy levels. it helps to keep me focused for longer and also aids my digestion quite a lot! Thank you for this superfood!" […]
Vitamin C is an essential nutrient and antioxidant found in abundance in Baobab fruit powder. Baobab powder has nearly 4 times more Vitamin C than oranges, and has one of the highest antioxidant ratings. Because Vitamin C can’t be stored in our bodies it’s necessary to consume it on a daily basis. Baobab powder contains 4 times Vitamin C than oranges.
We love what Adri of Plettenberg Bay has to say about using Baobab Fruit Powder: "So, what happened is that my husband and I started digging into the powder…and now we are so unbelievably hooked…I mean, we call it our 'gold dust' 🙂 … we love it, and now our smoothies are just not smoothies anymore […]
A reader asks:" Why do you need to add water to the jam recipe and can I replace the sugar with honey?" Baobab fruit powder pectin and fruit acids making it an ideal fruit for making jam. (Baobab jam tastes a bit like apricot jam.) However, unlike most fruits which have a wet pulp, baobab has […]