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Roast Wattle JING Latte, To Nourish Your Adrenals

Level:EasyServes:1

Tasty Tonic Recipe For Adrenal Health, With Superfood Native Australian Ingredient

Description

Sometimes you come across a combo of ingredients that are SO good that you know life will never be the same. Even better is when one of the ingredients is an uber sustainable and nutritious bushtucker like roasted wattle seed! This Australian native is next level delicious and packed full of deep nutrition for core energy, the bones and the kidneys; a perfect combination with our adrenal and Kidney nourishing JING.


Wattle seed has been a staple for native Australians, especially as the crop can survive severe weather, drought and fire better than most. It is super high in protein, low glycemic and contains good doses of minerals potassium, calcium, iron and zinc (which tells us this is a Jing food). 

When partnered with our JING blend and mesquite it makes for a magical flavour bomb that will for sure become a staple in your tonic creation repertoire.

 

You can grab your roasted wattle from:

oztukka or bushtuckershop

 

Ingredients

Core Ingredients

Other Ingredients

  • 250 ml hot almond milk
  • 1 tsp ground roasted wattleseed
  • 1 heaped tsp organic butter
  • 1 tsp mesquite
  • 1 tsp honey
  • 1/8 tsp nutmeg (grated fresh) to garnish

Method

Step 1

Put all the ingredients in the blender and blend

Step 2

Pour into your favourite cup, garnish and enjoy!
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