To celebrate the christmas season, we are offering an incredible hamper worth £230.
What’s included in the Christmas hamper ?
1. Nurtribullet, the super food nutrition extractor with all the accessories.
2. £100 WholeFoods Gift Card
3. 6 bottles (250ml) of our Raw coconut water to mix in your smoothies or just to enjoy one by one.
Our raw coconut water is the most pure coconut water that you can find in the market. It is unheated with nothing added and nothing taken away. This means both the taste and nutritional content are unchanged. This product is also 100% organic, fairtrade and sustainable.
4. Full range of Giving Tree
This innovative range of all-natural, preservative-free fruit and vegetable crisps undergo a combination of freeze-drying and vacuum frying to ensure maximum nutrients and superior taste. Rich in antioxidants, potassium and fibre, they are a convenient way of reaching your 5-a-day.
How to enter ?
It is really easy, all you need to do:
2 Repost Chi Christmas hamper on Facebook or/and Instagram or/and twitter
The competition will be running from the 20th November 2015 to the 18th December 2015 3pm, so good luck everyone!
Here are the links :
Chi Christmas Hamper T&Cs: Correct entries will be submitted into our prize draw, and a winner selected at random. The winner will be contacted via twitter or Facebook, or Instagram and must respond within 48 hours to receive their prize; otherwise a new winner will be selected. Open to UK residents only.
chocolate coconut milk
The key to the perfect Bircher museli is to soak the oats overnight to achieve a chewier consistency. This improves the digestion and the absorption of this nutrient dense muesli. We wanted to try this super power breakfast using our own products – and doesn’t chocolate flavoured Bircher muesli sound a great idea?!
Our chocolate coconut milk gives you that taste without the guilt – dairy free and rich in vitamins and minerals. We made our Bircher muesli at Chi HQ using the following recipe… go on, give it a try!
Chocolate/coconut Bircher muesli.
WHAT YOU NEED
- 1 cup of rolled oats.
- 1/2 coarsely grated apple.
- 2 tbsp sultanas.
- 2 tbsp cashews. (other nuts can be used if you prefer. Almonds and walnuts also work well!)
- 1 tbsp honey or agave. (optional)
- 250ml of Chi chocolate coconut milk.
- Add all the dry ingredients to a bowl and mix them up.
- If you have a sweet tooth add honey or agave. We recommend 1tbsp.
- Pour Chi chocolate coconut milk over the mixture.
- Leave the mixture in the fridge overnight to be served cold the next morning. This works perfectly with a coffee to kick start your day! …Or a Chi espresso dairy free coconut milk 😉
the Whole Thing”
One of the best things about following bloggers from all over the world, is being treated to views like this…
Oh, and this…
But, there’s also some beauty in knowing that food is such a universal language. Something that we all agree on.
When Anisa Kazemi shared her blog, I Accidentally Ate the Whole Thing, with us this week, it really hit us that smoothie bowls, raw food and coconut water are just as relevant over in the gorgeous, hidden landscapes of New Zealand, as they are here in the hustle and bustle of London. We think that’s a pretty wonderful thought, don’t you?
For all we know, New Zealand could have invented the smoothie bowl! It’s anyone’s guess. (NB. If you actually know who invented the smoothie bowl, please enlighten us!)
So, in celebration of the worldwide, Instagram phenomenon that is the #smoothiebowl, we wanted to share this gorgeous recipe with you from Anisa’s blog (from all the way up there ^ in those gorgeous NZ mountains… Not jealous at all.)
1 cup unsweetened natural coconut water (we recommend Chi, obvs.)
2 small frozen bananas
1/2 cup frozen blackcurrants
1/4 cup plain unsweetened yoghurt (dairy free if vegan etc)
1 tbsp rolled oats (omit if gluten intolerant)
1 tsp honey (or maple syrup if vegan)
Place all ingredients in a food processor, whizz away until nice and smooth, then finish with a combination of your favourite toppings. Enjoy!
Click here for the full article, as well as plenty more recipes from I Accidentally Ate the Whole Thing.