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Healthy Recipe Favourites With Rose Hip Vital Powder

If you love to add a scoop of Rose-Hip Vital with GOPO powder to your smoothie but are looking for different ways to get your daily dose, then read on
Rose-Hip Vital can be enjoyed mixed in with a fresh juice, on top of yoghurt or muesli, or sprinkled over food. You can also add the powder to a variety of different raw slices or bliss balls the options are endless!
Below we share some our favourite quick and easy recipes:
Mixed in with muesli 

A good sugar-free muesli is an incredibly sustaining and nourishing start to the day, and the best kinds are of course home made. Making your own muesli or granola can be incredibly easy. Our favourite types include oats that are high in fibre and antioxidants, nuts and seeds for some protein and coconut for essential fatty acids. Add some yoghurt, your favourite fruits such as banana, apples or berries, chia seeds for some extra protein and some Rose-Hip Vital powder on top for a breakfast that is not only long lasting but is packed full of goodness.

We love this home-made Superfood Muesli recipe from Mind Body Green.

Sprinkled over cereal, yogurt or a chia pudding 

Rosehips are a fruit which has been used for medicinal purposes for centuries. So why not sprinkle Rose-Hip Vital powder over your next bowl of cereal, Greek Yogurt or chia pudding for an extra antioxidant and vitamin C boost and immune system support. We love a chia pudding as it is not limited to breakfast but can be eaten as a healthy snack at any time of the day. Chia seeds are full of soluble and insoluble fibre to help maintain and lower cholesterol as well as support digestive health. Chia is also high in plant based omega 3 and vitamin B that promotes a healthy metabolism. 

One of our favourite recipes is this Mango Chia Pudding by Teresa Cutter, all that is missing is some Rose-Hip Vital powder on top!

Added to a raw slice or bliss ball

Have a bit of a sweet tooth but prefer healthy alternatives to chocolate or sweets? Try making a raw slice instead! They are quick and easy to make and are full of healthy fats and antioxidants. Mix your chosen ingredients such as dates, dedicated coconut or goji berries with Rose-Hip Vital powder together in a food processor until it sticks together when pressed.Press into a slice tray lined with baking paper and put it into the freezer to set.Remove and slice into small squares. 

Try this Raw Slice made with Rose-Hip Vital powder by The Nourished Psychologist.

If you are after even more unique and delicious ways to add Rose-Hip Vital to your meals, take a peek at the Nourished Psychologists Instagram for some inspiration. She even includes Rose-Hip Vital to her home made ice-cream concoctions YUM!

Side note, Rose-Hip Vital shouldn't be in mixed in with hot food or drinks, and doesn't work well mixed with water.

What are some other ways you enjoy your Rose-Hip Vital powder?

 Healthy Recipe Favourites With Rose Hip Vital Powder

Improve your joint health and wellbeing

Reduce inflammation, protect cartilage and boost immunity

Rose-Hip Vital® with GOPO® is a plant-based anti-inflammatory and immune system support for joint health and general wellbeing. Made from Rosehips manufactured with patented extraction and drying processes, it’s a scientifically and clinically tested natural anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and natural vitamin C used to relieve and prevent joint pain, stiffness, inflammation and swelling associated with mild arthritis.

Patented manufacturing processes isolate the active compound GOPO® which has scientifically and clinically tested anti-inflammatory and antioxidative properties. GOPO® works by stopping excess white blood cells from gathering around inflamed tissue, thereby helping to break the cycle of inflammation and protect cartilage. Rosehip products that do not contain GOPO® have not been shown to have anti-inflammatory properties.

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