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Our macarons are rich in live friendly bacteria and fibre supporting your gut health. 

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Tangy Raspberry
Coconut Macarons

Tangy macarons made with raspberry and fermented coconut with a cashew fondant.

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Banana & Pineapple
Coconut Macarons

 Macarons made with banana, pineapple and fermented coconut with an almond fondant.

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Mango & Passion Fruit
Coconut Macarons

 Macarons made with mango, passion fruit and fermented coconut with a fruit fondant.


Our fruit macarons are made from all these natural ingredients.

The nutrients come from the high quality ingredients and the natural fermentation.

We love to keep it simple and let nature do the work.

Rich in polyphenols and prebiotic fiber

Berries are high in polyphenols, flavonoids and fibre which nourish our beneficial gut bugs. They are also an excellent source of Vitamin C. Each cultured cookie contains about 3 berries.

A real superfood

Cashews are particularly rich in mono-unsaturated fats, Vitamin E, Vitamin B6, iron, magnesium, manganese and fibre. They also contain a good proportion of protein.

Our key ingredient

It is the basic ingredient of our natural fermentation, providing 18 billion live cultures from more than 35 different strains per cookie. Coconut is a source of selenium, copper, manganese and fibre. Its saturated fat is made of medium-chain fatty acids, which have been associated with improved cognitive function.

The sunshine vitamin

Cocoa butter is high in vitamin D2, a precursor to the active form of vitamin D in the body. It is also rich in minerals, such as potassium, phosphorus, iron, copper, and magnesium.

Healthy fats and calcium

Nuts are rich in fibre, polyphenols and unsaturated fats and are considered as a cardio protective food. Almonds are also particularly rich in calcium, magnesium and potassium and have been shown to positively alter gut microbiome composition.

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Our natural sweetener

Maple syrup is the sap collected from maple trees in springtime which is then cooked into a syrup. We have chosen maple syrup because it is a nutritious unrefined natural sweetener containing manganese, magnesium, zinc and Vitamin B2. We use a limited amount to counterbalance the tangyness of the raspberries. 

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