Despite its name, tigernut is not a nut but a sweet vegetable root. It’s a source of iron, magnesium, and fiber which has prebiotic properties. In other words, tigernuts can feed the good bacteria in your gut and promote the digestive system. Jerusalem artichoke (or sunchoke) is another excellent prebiotic. Paired with raw cacao, it makes this granola recipe irresistible.
Just like tigernut is not a nut buckwheat is not a wheat. This nutritionally rich pseudo-grain is naturally gluten-free. Sprouted buckwheat is even more nutritious and easier for your body to digest.
Ingredients: 24% tigernuts, apples*, dates*, 10% cacao powder*, 10% sunchoke powder*, sprouted buckwheat*, raisins*, linseeds*, sunflower seeds*, vanilla extract*, sea salt. *Certified organic. This product may contain traces of nuts, sesame, mustard seeds, soy and celery.
Organic. Non-GMO. Vegan. Raw. Sprouted. Gluten-free. No added sugar.