5 Ways To Use DEFLAME
Think DEFLAME can be taken by the spoon only? Think again! DEFLAME is a liquid supplement and packed with real turmeric, ginger and frankincense; these properties make it a flavourful addition to everything from smoothies to salads!
Think DEFLAME can be taken by the spoon only? Think again! DEFLAME is a liquid supplement and packed with real turmeric, ginger and frankincense; these properties make it a flavourful addition to everything from smoothies to salads! The only exception - don’t add to anything hot. Otherwise, play around to your hearts content and discover its incredibly versatility. Here are five of my favourite ideas to get you started:
1. STIR INTO DRINK – DEFLAME dissolves almost instantly in liquid, making it the perfect accompaniment to your favourite beverages. Try adding to smoothies (this blackberry and beetroot smoothie with DEFLAME is fab! Lassis, or go simple with plain water or milk. It even makes an amazing addition to a sophisticated mocktail – Pina Colada anyone?
2. ADD TO OVERNIGHT OATS – Simple add a squeeze of DEFLAME into your overnight oat mix before you put it in the fridge to set. The result?A brightly-coloured and gorgeously fiery breakfast–pair with fresh mango slices and you’re in for a tropical treat. You can also use DEFLAME in the same way for chia seed pudding.
3. RAMP UP ENERGY BALLS – Energy balls make the perfect no-fuss nourishing snack. By adding DEFLAME into the mix, you can up both the flavour and nutrition. The bold ingredients in DEFLAME can stand up to equally bold pairings–think chocolate, chilli and vanilla. Simply add a drizzle into your energy ball mix before shaping.
4. FINISH IN STYLE – Keep things simple and use DEFLAME straight from the bottle. Try drizzling it on a range of dishes just before serving to add a punch of flavour and sweetness–think granola, smoothie bowls and even cake–my turmeric and ginger banana bread makes a perfect pairing.
5.GO SAVOURY! – Thanks to the fragrant spices used in DEFLAME, it makes an incredible addition to savoury dishes too. Add to dips such as hummus and raita, or make a zingy salad dressing by whisking with a dash lemon juice, olive oil and chopped fresh herbs.
Which one will you be trying first?!