This post is sponsored by BabbleBoxx. All opinions are my own.
I’m excited to share another set of goodies I received from BabbleBoxx. It included various items for wholesome eating, including apple cider vinegar, tahini sauce, and minute rice.
The first thing was a variety of products from Bragg Live Foods. You’re probably familiar with their raw apple cider vinegar. They also have organic Apple Cider Vinegar Blends in two flavors, Orange Tart Cherry and Citrus Ginger.
This is great for those who want a bit of sweetness with their vinegar. Even better, they’re sweetened with honey and stevia extract, with no added sugar. The large 16-ounce container goes a long way as just 2 tablespoons are needed per serving. I like to use them for an extra bit of energy during workouts.
Use it in hot or cold water to aid with digestion from prebiotics, or add to smoothies, dressings, or any recipe you want to add a bit of zip to. The ginger flavor includes anti-inflammatory properties and the orange tart cherry flavor has immune-boosting properties.
Use code BABBLE10 on bragg.com to get 10% off your order.
Have you ever tried tahini as a dipping sauce? It has plenty of uses beyond just marking homemade hummus. Mighty Sesame Organic Tahini is not only great for hummus recipes, but you can add to dressings or use it as a dipper for veggies.
It’s organic, gluten-free, vegan, and Non-GMO, so it fits into most diets. Just squeeze out of the bottle and it’s ready to go. They also have Sesame Harissa Tahini, which is classic tahini with a twist that includes a bit of spice. Sesame seeds are also a great source of vegan protein.
If you want delicious, perfectly cooked rice in just 60 seconds, try Minute Ready to Serve cups.
Minute Rice lets you focus on other parts of the dish such as proteins or sauces to create unique, wholesome meals in a flash.
They’re lightly flavored with a chewy yet firm texture, and pair perfectly with any dish. They also work for easy on-the-go lunches and meal prep.
I used the Minute Ready to Serve Jasmine Rice to make a Teriyaki Salmon Rice Bowl. Start with a bed of cooked spinach, top with cooked rice then a roasted salmon filet. Drizzle with your favorite Teriyaki sauce for a simple, wholesome meal.