his recipe, developed by Jennette Higgs from FoodtoFit, illustrates the combined nutrition and health benefits of hazelnuts and raisins. Combining raisins with hazelnuts adds a complementary sweetness.
This Hazelnut Raisin Topper is a natural, easy to make nutritional supplement that can be positioned as a useful, nutrient boost to many diets/meals/snacks. Being a simple and short recipe with no cooking, it lends itself to include on back of pack or for use via social media.
Hazelnut Raisin Topper Recipe
Quantity for Single portion
30g/ 2tbsp Hazelnuts
7.5g/ 2 tsp Raisins
15g/ 1 tbsp Pumpkin seeds
Quantity for 4 portions
120g/ 8 tbsp Hazelnuts
30g/ 4 tsp Raisins
60g/ 2 tbsp Pumpkin seeds
Place the hazelnuts and raisin into a food processor or chopper and grind until relatively small pieces, then add the pumpkin seeds and continue to grind until the largest pieces are no more than 2-3mm in length. Can be stored in a covered container in the fridge for 2-3 days.
·Use as a nutritious boost to any breakfast cereal
·Use as a topping for porridge
·Perfect topping for yoghurt and ice creams, chocolate mousse, trifle or other desserts
·Add to fruit crumbles, mixing into your usual crumble topping recipe
·Add to soups, casseroles and mince dishes either during the cooking, or as a topping to serve
·Add to homemade meat and meatless burger and meatball recipes to add texture as well as a nutritional boost
·Use as a salad topper
·Sprinkle on any cooked vegetables to garnish
·Adds a nutritious boost to baked beans on toast!
·Makes a deliciously crunchy topping to fish pie.
One portion (52.5g) of this Hazelnut Raisin Topper provides a source of protein, fibre, thiamine, folic acid, potassium, iron and zinc; and is a high source of vitamin E, biotin, phosphorous, magnesium, copper and manganese.
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