RAW Features in Eatwell Magazine

EatWell MagazineThe team at Well and Good were excited to see our Raw Ingredients range feature in the latest Eatwell Magazine. EatWell is an Australian Magazine that focuses on healthy food and delicious recipes – you can pick up a copy for yourself here.

What’s in this edition of Eatwell?

Do you enjoy a savoury snack? Of course you do! You’ll find two amazing recipes for millet crackers and quinoa waffles that are easy to make but full of nutrition. If you’re interested in increasing the protein in your diet or reducing your sugar intake then these are perfect recipes for you.

For those who enjoy a sweet treat we’ve included a banana bread recipe which uses high protein teff and quinoa flour. This bread is a great choice for a guilt free snack at home or for kid’s lunch boxes.

Want to learn more about Raw?

Eatwell Recipes

Some of the ingredients used in these recipes may be new to you. But don’t let that stop you – to learn more about our range of Raw Ingredients you can click on this link: https://wellandgood.com.au/product-category/raw-ingredients-from-well-and-good-foods/.

Happy and healthy baking!

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