Fruit powders can extend flavor and nutrition into everyday foods in a variety of ways. You can also enhance the look and style of cocktails, breads and other items. Supplier Yesherb would like to show you some ways of adding fruit powder into foods.
contact uscan extend flavor and nutrition into everyday foods in a variety of ways. You can also enhance the look and style of cocktails, breads and other items. Supplier Yesherb would like to show you some ways of adding fruit powder into foods.
You can add the rich flavor of fruit powders to.
Oatmeal - Sprinkle on top of oatmeal. One of my favorites is apple powder. Adds sweetness and apple flavor and a touch of cinnamon!
Yogurt - Mix with plain yogurt to change the color and add flavor.
Flavored Milk - Add milk to change the color and flavor. This will not accustom your child to super sweet milk, but simply add a little sugar.
Cereal - Adding a little extra fruit powder to cereal can give your light cereal a new flavor.
Salad dressings - Mix into homemade salad dressings to bring a fruity flavor to a variety of salads.
Make sure to try adding the powder to baked goods. You may need to add some extra moisture as the powder will use some of it to rehydrate.
Quick breads - Add extra flavor to quick breads by adding fruit powder rather than more bulk.
Pancakes - Not just for breakfast! Expand the nutrition of your favorite pancake recipes, such as dessert pancakes, crepes, waffles and more.
Muffins - As with quick breads, you can add extra flavor by adding to your favorite mixes to bring in extra flavor without adding bulk.
Using fruit powders in these desserts not only changes the color, but also adds to their flavor.
Ice cream - top vanilla ice cream with any flavor of fruit powder for an extra kick
Fruit Powders - You can mix fruit powders with sugar for a nice dusting on top of muffins and cupcakes.
Frosting - mix with frosting or icing to change the flavor and color
Cake Batter - Mix with cake batter to change the color or provide additional flavor
Fruit Pops - When making fruit pops, you can change the flavor even if you don't have a specific fruit.
Pies - If your fruit isn't "fruity" enough, use fruit powders to help thicken the pie or add a stronger flavor.
Whipped Cream - If you make your own whipped cream - imagine what it would taste like mixed with a little strawberry powder and placed between layers of strawberry shortcake.
Dehydrated fruit is a wonderful way to preserve fruit for your pantry. It encourages less waste, provides you with a healthy after-school snack, and allows you to build a long-term pantry full of nutritious options.
But don't just settle for dehydrated fruit. Try some of the uses listed above and see how much you can next make use of your dehydrator and the food you preserve with it!
If you already use fruit powder, what's your favorite way to use it? We'd love to learn more uses! Contact YEAHERB for nutritious fruit powders!