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At Seed and Sage we have created a range of delicious and nutritious gluten-free, dairy-free, and added sugar-free cakes and nutritiously delicious sweet treats for the whole family to enjoy.

We only use whole fruits, seeds, nuts and grains ensuring our cakes are packed full of fibre and bursting with nutritious energy keeping you feeling fuller for longer.

Our handy little tubs of goodness are perfect snacks on the go, post workout energy boosts, lunch box treats or, probably best of all, guilt-free treats to enjoy with a much needed cuppa!

Remember - treat, don’t spoil yourself! xx

 

  • A pudding or breakfast option
  • Deeeelicious Cocoa & Raspberry Brownie
  • Banana and Pecan Loaf topped with Coconut cream and blueberries
  • On the go
  • Anytime snacking - always good with a cuppa!

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About Teff the next big supergrain

Teff is an ancient gluten-free grain native to Ethiopia. It is the world's smallest, about the size of a poppy seed, and a member of the Eragrostic, or 'love grass', family. There are a number of varieties most easily distinguished by colour, ranging from white to a dark red.

Teff packs quite a nutritional punch. Its tiny seeds are naturally gluten-free; high in calcium, iron and protein boasting an impressive set of amino acids. It is also an excellent source of fibre, key to blood sugar management, weight control and digestive health. 

Not surprisingly teff is rapidly growing in popularity outside its native East Africa, finding its way into an increasing number of health-food shops and supermarkets across the U.S. and Europe.
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