Chocolate & Cardamom Cookies

Author: RAWR

Chocolate & Cardamom Cookies

 

We absolutely LOVE using RAWR goodies in new and unique ways;

from smoothies to baking, marinades to cocktails, there's always a way to spice up your life!

 

Show us what you get up to on Instagram - DM us your pics or tag us @readytoRAWR!

 

Here's a GREAT way to spice up your chocolate chip cookies with RAWR!

 

You're gonna need the following:

 

 

280g of coconut sugar

250g of plain flour

225g of dark chocolate chips

225g of unsalted butter

30g of RAWR Fusion Cardamom

3g of baking soda

4g of salt

10ml of vanilla extract

 

 

and here's how you do:

 

 
 

Why Coconut Sugar?

 

Why do we use coconut sugar in our house-made syrup?

 

We didn't want to be another run-of-the-mill chai brand that did the same thing as everybody else, so to stand out from the crowd we aimed to be innovative and find new & exciting ingredients to use in our natural, healthy products

 

After years of testing, tasting and in-depth research, we found that coconut sugar was the most healthy, sustainable and most versatile product we could use

 

It's a completely raw, unprocessed, natural sweetener containing an array of minerals & vitamins such as potassium, zinc, iron and vitamins B1, 2, 3 & 6 which are still present after heating

 

Sourced in a sustainable manner and a healthy alternative to sugar & other popular sweeteners, coconut sugar is the product of the centuries-old tradition of "tapping" palm trees for their sap. Once extracted, the sap is reduced down through boiling then left to dry naturally in shallow trays, it's then carefully scraped into rolls and sent for packing

- nothing is added and no processing occurs!

 

Coconut sugar also has a lower GI (35) than most other sweeteners used in wet chai mixes such as Honey, which has a GI of between 45 & 65, depending on the blend

 

"But why not use Agave syrup?"

 

Agave syrup is increasingly used as a sweetener in some newer wet chai mixes as a vegan-friendly alternative and whilst it does have a very impressive GI of only 11, it's high in fructose (around 80-90%) and processed by the body differently; instead of getting processed in the lower intestine, like most sugars, Agave gets processed by the liver like alcohol which, long-term, can have negative effects on cholesterol and actually increase the risk of diabetes

 

The way in which Agave syrup is processed is also a concern to many.  It's essentially made by treating the Agave sugars with heat and enzymes, which actually destroys all its potential health benefits. The end product is unfortunately a highly refined, unhealthy syrup that numerous experts have labelled worse than white sugar

 

So, not only is RAWR Chai better for the planet, it's better for your sexy body too!

It’s Event Season!

With the weather starting to warm up, we're out of hibernation and ready to tingle taste buds at markets across Perth!

 

 

We recently took part in the Back Lane Markets in Maylands, a fast-growing, local business initiative that's been fully embraced by the locals!

 

We had a great time mingling with other local businesses and delighting visitors to our stall with our internationally awarded products and demonstrations on How to RAWR at home!

 

 

Keep up to date on future markets via our social media accounts @readytoRAWR and make sure you pop by to say "Herro!"

If you'd like us to take part in your markets or events, get in touch!

Post-workout Smoothie

We absolutely LOVE using RAWR goodies in new and unique ways;

from smoothies to baking, marinades to cocktails, there's always a way to spice up your life!

 

Show us what you get up to on Instagram - DM us your pics or tag us @readytoRAWR!

 

Here's a GREAT way to spice up your post-workout smoothies with RAWR!

 

To your Nutriblenderbullet thing add:

 

330ml of (whichever) milk 

1 rip banana

25g of raspberries

Your favourite protein powder

10g (2 teaspoons) of RAWR Fusion Cardamom

 

Blitz it, put your paws up and enjoy!

 

Internationally Awarded

 

We're proud to announce that RAWR Chai was awarded 2 stars from the Guild of Fine Food!

 

Judges dubbed it above & beyond delicious -

"a very clever and harmonious blend, almost Chinese-noted, and would be great with food. Original and well crafted".

 

There were 12,772 global entries into Great Taste this year and of those products, 208 have been awarded 3-stars, 1,326 received 2-stars and 3,409 were awarded 1-star. Judged by over 500 of the most demanding palates, belonging to food critics, chefs, cooks, restaurateurs, buyers, retailers and producers, as well as a whole host of food writers and journalists, Great Taste is widely acknowledged as the most respected food accreditation scheme for artisan and speciality food producers

 

A huge thank you for your continued support turning what started as a passion into an award-winning beverage!