Oats function as the 'base' of each Amazin' Granola and Goodness Bowl, giving it a hearty flavour, texture, and valuable nutrition.
Whole rolled oats, which are used in every Amazin' Granola, are packed with soluble fibre, to keep cholesterol levels healthy and give you a slow but steady source of energy to last the day.
We use only unrefined sweeteners (honey, coconut sugar, and Gula Melaka) in all our Amazin' Graze Snacks. These unrefined sweeteners have more natural vitamins & minerals and help prevent blood sugar spikes.
Amazin' Graze Snacks all contain a variety of nuts - almonds, cashews, hazelnuts, pecans... you name it! Besides having a fun, crunchy texture and earthy flavour, the nuts in Amazin' Graze Snacks also function as the main source of plant-powered protein, healthy fats, and fat-soluble vitamins (like Vitamin E).
As a finishing touch, we add some of nature's candy - dried fruits like goji berries, blueberries, longans, cherries, and more. These dried fruits are morsels of delightful sweetness, and are packed with nutrients like fibre, potassium, iron and antioxidants!
Amazin' Graze products all contain superfood like chia seeds, flax seeds, and buckwheat! These are mixed in with the other ingredients to add texture, flavour, and a whole lot of nutrition. Chia seeds and flax seeds, in particular, are great sources of protein, fibre, and Omega-3s.
Pandan, commonly known as Asia's vanilla, is a tropical plant that's packed with flavour. Its fragrant leaves are used in a variety of iconic sweet and savoury dishes throughout Southeast Asia.
A smokey caramel and toffee-edged sweetener, Gula Melaka is Malaysia's version of coconut palm sugar that's rich in vitamins and minerals and is completely unrefined! It is produced by boiling down the liquid collected from the cut stem of immature palm inflorescences, or flower stalks, then poured into various molds to form its signature tube shape.
Coconut kaya, also known as coconut jam, is made from a base of coconut milk, eggs, sugar, and accented with pandan. Favoured by Malaysians and Singaporeans as a breakfast staple, commonly paired with toasts or used in desserts.
Goji berries, also known as wolfberries, are an antioxidant-rich superfood in Asia, known for their high fibre and complex carbohydrate levels which can reduce the risk of a "sugar crash". Asians believe that goji berries help improve eye sights, and use it mostly in soups and stews.
With a slightly stronger, nuttier flavour, black sesame seeds are a delicious way to add more antioxidants, iron, and fibre to your diet for a better heart health and to counter digestive issues! It is commonly used in Asia for desserts, grounded into paste for puddings, porridge, mochi, and more.