Eat as a snack, sunflower seeds have a mild nutty flavour and and are packed full of energy and nutrional value. Sprinkle onto hot or cold breakfast cereal or muesli, use to garnish a green salads, great in a stir fry. Add a handful to a fruit smoothie for added nutrition. Combine sunflower seeds with pine nuts when making a pesto sauce. Try them toasted, it really brings out the flavour. The also make a great addition to home made bread, muffins or cookies.
Just organic sunflower seeds and nothing else.
Energy 2340kJ/560kcal, Protein 24g, Carbohydrate 18g, Fat 47g.
Packed in a factory that handles nuts.
Sunflower seeds contain both monounsaturated and poly unsaturated fat, the types of fat that may protect the heart. They are also a good source of Vitamin E, selenium which is often deficient in our diet and other important nutrients such as magnesium, potassium, iron and zinc.
Customer reviews - Goodness Organic Sunflower Seeds, China 500g
RecipesSunflower milk -
Fri 18th Oct 2013
This milk is great, nutrient rich and raw.
Half a small cup of sunflower seeds, you can use less, this goes really far and makes a lot of milk.
A handful of dried fruit of your choice, eg - dates, apricots, raisins, figs, use your favourite.
Water, enough to make into a milky consistency.
Soak the sunflower seeds overnight, discard the water before using.
Soak the dried fruit overnight, do not discard the soak water.
Add all ingredients to a blender jug and blend until smooth, adding water as required.
A pinch of a good quality salt also adds to the flavour of this milk. It can be jarred or bottled and will keep in the fridge for up to 3 days, although it never has the chance to in our house. Ice can be used as well as water to make an instant chilled milk. Reviewer's Name:
Tue 30th Mar 2010
very tasty and fresh, a couple of handfuls do for a perfect pick me up snack for the midday slump.Reviewer's Name:
emma irigaray -
Wed 1st Dec 2010
Excellent for sprouting.Reviewer's Name:
Ms N S Waite yum! -
Mon 5th Dec 2011
I like to grind these up in my (blade) coffee grinder and add them to waffles, scones, and other baked goods for extra protein, flavour, and texture. They are also great in salads!Reviewer's Name:
Chloe Nightingale -
Thu 29th Dec 2011
We buy sunflower seeds every month as get used at breakfast, added to snack mixes and great sprinkled over a salad. Full of goodness and organic, what could be better for you.Reviewer's Name:
Thu 16th Aug 2012
I put these in muesli or I lightly toast them in a pan (no oil) and then sprinkle over salad for a good source of extra protein!Reviewer's Name:
Mel TGood product -
Fri 17th Aug 2012
Good product; well packaged.Reviewer's Name:
Wed 29th Aug 2012
Unfortunately I was extremely disappointed. They are pasteurized - DEAD - Not Raw Reviewer's Name:
STEPHEN R JENKINS -
Tue 20th Nov 2012
Really nice product which is very reasonably priced. A great source of calcium for those who can't eat dairy products.Reviewer's Name:
Stacey Beckitt Review of Goodness Organic Sunflower Seeds -
Tue 9th Apr 2013
These are great toasted, or honey roasted, or just as they are in salads, with veg or grains.Reviewer's Name:
Lauren Sunflower Seeds -
Tue 23rd Apr 2013
As a self-confessed Sunflower Seed addict, I couldn't and wouldn't say anything more than "Fill yer Boots with these"!Reviewer's Name:
John C Eaton -
Mon 5th Aug 2013
These are great value for an organic product. The seeds are larger and lighter than other brands I have tried.Reviewer's Name:
Jennifer Great value & tasty !!! -
Sun 1st Sep 2013
These are the best sunflower seeds I've ever had, and trust me I've had almost every brand around in the last few years! I use them in everything from salads, cakes and cookies. Perfect! And lots cheaper than anywhere else! Well done. Reviewer's Name:
Laura c -
Wed 2nd Oct 2013
These sunflower seeds are great tasting, really fresh and great for seed milk and bread. Toasted nicely and gave a great flavour to our muesli.Reviewer's Name: