Looking for exciting and different ideas for hummus flavors? Wondering what to add to your hummus to make it unique? You’re in the right place! This is a 3-steps recipe where the classic Middle Eastern dip meets the wild Arctic in the form of wild blueberries. Yes, this is definitely a new flavor combination!
The end result is a delicious and beautiful purple wild blueberry hummus, which will stand out from any regular hummus dips. It’s vegan, gluten-free and packed with good nutrients and proteins. As a bonus, the wild blueberry powder (also called bilberry powder) gives a strong antioxidant kick too! Read more
This overnight oat recipe is all you can dream of. It’s quick. It’s easy to make. And it’s one of the healthiest breakfasts you can have with the minimal of sugar. The oats are full of natural fibers and minerals and the addition of wild blueberry powder and chia seeds boost your daily antioxidant and omega-3 intake. Read more
Tzatziki is such a versatile side dish! It’s a tasty match for all kinds of veggie and meat dishes, and the perfect dip for bread or pita chips.
Our team has prepared this simple and delicious recipe for you with an interesting twist: tzatziki with a pink color. Have you ever seen pink tzatziki? If not, now is time to try it! This tzatziki gets its beautiful color together with lots of antioxidants, vitamins, and fibers from a spoonful of our wild blueberry powder. The combination of mint, garlic, cucumber and creamy Greek yogurt is simply delicious. The addition of wild blueberry powder makes it nutritious too! You can prepare the tzatziki and store it in the fridge for up to a couple of days.
Homemade rice pudding is such a simple and comforting dessert or snack. It is easy to make, and when made at home, there are no hidden preservatives, additional sugar, or unnecessary butter in it. You have the control, and you can make it healthy and tasty!
Muffins are a staple in the breakfast or dessert table. There are a million ways to enjoy them. This recipe for oat muffins with wild blueberry topping is easy and healthy: it has no butter, cream, and very little sugar. They are a healthy version of typically sugar-loaded cupcakes.
Looking for new ideas on how to use avocado? In this simple recipe, we combine avocado that is rich in alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) omega-3 fatty acid, and wild blueberry powder that is rich in antioxidants. The result is a delicious and nutritious recipe that looks amazing on your table. You can have it as an appetizer or side dish as it pairs well with so many different dishes. The best part? It takes 3 minutes to prepare (no kidding!). Who said fast food cannot be healthy?
Coleslaw is a delicious side dish that goes well with so many options. While restaurant-style coleslaw can be heavy and greasy, this homemade version is the opposite: fresh, nutritious, and delicious.
What makes this coleslaw recipe special, is that it’s made with powdered wild Arctic blueberries! Wild blueberries are packed with antioxidants, fibers and vitamin A, C, D, and K; a true superfood. In addition, the wild blueberry powder gives this coleslaw a beautiful light pink color that will impress your guests.
Crepes are such a classic and versatile dessert. There are endless fillings and toppings that can be used to make crepes heavenly.
This wild blueberry ice cream filling is one of our favorites. It is delicious, beautiful and thanks to the wild blueberry powder, it also contains a high amount of antioxidants!
Smoothies are superb as breakfast, snack, or dessert. But there is something even better out there – smoothie bowls! The reason we, at Arctic Flavors, love smoothie bowls so much is simple; you can add your favorite toppings, and make your smoothie bowl more delicious and filling.