Kiwi Breakfast Bowls

Kiwifruit Breakfast Bowls are one of our all time faves. High in fibre and with a low Glycemic Index, kiwifruit's slow release energy keeps you going for longer. Plus it doesn't hurt that they're delicious.

Did you know?

Did you know that Kiwifruit can help keep kids focussed and healthy? Their low GI index means they deliver slow release energy, preventing sugar highs and crashes. They also help to keep their immune system strong, with plenty of Vitamin C and Folic Acid. In fact just a single kiwi will provide your little ones with their daily recommended dose of Vitamin C.

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Healthy Recipes

If you’ve never tried dehydrated kiwis, you should. They might look a little funny, but they taste amazing. Just like sweet and sour lollies, only super healthy! With a heap of fibre and a low Glycemic Index, they'll sort your cravings — without the sugar rush. To make: peel and slice kiwis, then soak for around 5 mins in three parts water, one part lemon juice. Lay the kiwi slices on a tray lined with baking paper, and put them in an oven set to low. Leave for 4-5 hrs, checking every hour or so. Store in an airtight container, for up to six months.

Kiwi Face Mask

Winter isn't kind to skin. Treat yourself to a little DIY pampering with our homemade Kiwifruit face mask — you deserve it. Just combine mashed kiwi with a little plain yoghurt, and mix to form a paste. For oily/combination skin, mix in a teaspoon of honey which is a natural antibacterial agent. For dry skin, we recommend adding a touch of Almond oil. Spread in a thick layer on your face, put your feet up, and relax for 10-15mins. Kiwifruit are great for the skin, with plenty of Vitamin C, Vitamin E, and natural Alpha Hydroxy Acids (AHA's), for a brighter, smoother, firmer looking complexion. For sensitive skin, patch test a little of the mask on a small area first.

Did you know?

If your kiwifruit doesn’t give a little under finger pressure, the easiest way to speed up the ripening process is by putting the kiwi in a paper bag with a banana, apple or pear. This helps as these fruit release ethylene gas that triggers kiwifruit to ripen more quickly. The magic of Mother Nature!