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How to Use Enrichables

Eating better, more nutritious foods is a challenge for most of us. Even the most health-minded meal planners have a hard time getting the essential vegetables, fiber, and protein they need into their diets. On top of busy schedules, and picky eaters in the family, making a well-balanced homemade meal can feel nearly impossible. Enrichables™ are made to give you a simple way to add more protein, kale, and fiber to recipes that already work for you and your family, so you don’t have to say goodbye to taco night or boxed mac and cheese.

Nutrient powders aren’t just for smoothie diets and bodybuilders. You can add Enrichables™ to your family-favorite recipes. All you need are a few simple guidelines to get started.

Why You Need Protein

Protein helps you stay fuller longer because protein takes longer than carbs to break down in your body. The trick is distributing protein intake throughout the day. Each Enrichables™ Pea Protein packet has 10 grams of protein. They’re vegan, non-GMO, gluten-free, dairy-free, soy-free, made without nuts and have no added fillers or flavors, making them a good choice for people who are sensitive to dairy or soy.

Our Food and Trend Innovator, Sandy Wolner, is a registered dietitian and knows the importance of getting protein into your favorite meals. See her recommendations for using pea protein powder in your cooking.

Ways to Use Protein Powder

The key to cooking with Enrichables Pea Protein is first identify meals that are low in protein such as baked goods, sauces, spreads, and carb-based dishes. Second, depending on the type of dish, you need to know when in the cooking process to add in your Enrichables. Let this list be your guide.

Drinks & Smoothies

Add the packets to the ingredients before mixing and blending.

Sauces, Spreads, Dressings & Soups

Stir in the packet and mix thoroughly before serving.

Pastas & Rice

Add the protein into pasta and rice after cooking.

Batters & Doughs

Mix the protein powder with dry ingredients and bake as you normally would.

Why You Need Leafy Greens and Fiber

Kale is rich in vitamins A, C, and K, as well as calcium and potassium while being low in calories. And, fiber promotes fullness and digestive health. One packet of Enrichables Kale & Fiber is made from two cups of freeze-dried kale and includes eight grams of prebiotic soluble fiber from chicory root.

Sandy shares her cooking know-how about this green powder. It can go in more recipes than you might think!

Ways to Use Green Powder

When cooking with Enrichables Kale & Fiber, think about your favorite bready, cheesy, meaty meals that don’t have enough veggies. Then, based on what you’re making, you need to know when to add in your Enrichables. Here’s a guide.

Drinks & Smoothies

Add the packets to the ingredients before mixing and blending. Enrichables protein powder also works for all of the these.

Sauces, Spreads, Dressings & Soups

Stir in the packet and mix thoroughly before serving.

Pastas & Rice

Add the kale and fiber packet into the pasta and rice after cooking.

Batters & Doughs

Mix the kale and fiber packet with dry ingredients and bake as you normally would.

  • Pizza dough

How do you use Enrichables™ in your meals? Got a favorite fruit smoothie combo? Share your creative tips and recipes below.

4 Responses to How to Use Enrichables

  1. Stacey Adams October 3, 2019 at 10:33 am #

    Pretty interesting. I am normally good at getting veggies in, but this could be a great source also. Thanks for sharing.

    • Donna October 9, 2019 at 5:38 pm #

      I dont always get enough veggies so this is something that would be helpful. I will want to learn more about it.

  2. Shelly October 24, 2019 at 8:40 am #

    I have really like that you have made it easy for me to add kale to recipes in a form that not only keeps the nutrients but is edible. I can’t even taste it in my dishes. Thank you!!

  3. Carolyn October 25, 2019 at 11:09 am #

    I am such a carb fiend so I am finding it REALLY helpful to be able to add Pea Protein to things like my morning oatmeal (packets of flavored Quaker Instant Oats which are full of Sugar and hardly any protein ) and to my bowl of pasta with butter and jar-sauce.

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