Goodness Organic Sunflower Seeds, China 250g
The highly nutritious hulled seeds of organic sunflowersAverage Reviews Customer Reviews Write Review
Sunflowers were once cultivated by the North Americans, who believed in using them well! They ate the seeds and extracted the oil, used the petals for dye and the leaves as an animal fodder.
Sunflower seeds are rich in B-Complex vitamins, many minerals, protein and vitamin E. The high nutritional value is particularly due to the ability of the flower heads to face the sun and so absorb the maximum amount of sunshine.
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. They 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 250g
Tue 31st Jan 2012
Healthy seeded bars. In a large mixing bowl...1 cup applesauce or pumpkin puree, 1/2 pumpkin seeds, 1/4 sunflower seeds, 1 cup dried fruits (whatever your fav is) 1 cup oats, 1/2 cup diary-free milk, 1 egg or egg replacement, 1/2 honey... Mix well and pour into square baking tin. bake for 25-30 mins in medium oven and devour!Reviewer's Name:
Miss JL Batten
Reviews toast them! -
Wed 24th Nov 2010
A handful of sunflower seeds are a healthy instant snack, and they are also fab toasted. I put them in a dry frying pan and toss every now and again over a medium heat. Once they turn a golden brown, remove them and sprinkle over a small amount of soy sauce. Once cooled, they can be kept in an airtight jar in the fridge for up to 3 weeks. Great added to short grain brown rice with a little olive oil. Reviewer's Name:
Miss L WilliamsGoodness Sunflower Seeds -
Sun 5th Aug 2012
Goodness Organic Sunflower Seeds are very tasty, even when eaten on their own as a simple and very nutricious snack when on the go.Reviewer's Name:
B V Caraco -
Mon 1st Oct 2012
Great sunflower seeds and super cheap. Perfect for my porridge and salads.Reviewer's Name:
Barbara WaltonNutrition -
Sun 6th Jan 2013
Contain large amounts of protein, B vitamins, iron, zinc, potassium and selenium, and heaps of vitamin E. Good sprinkled on salads, as well as savoury meat and vegetables dishes. Mix with other nuts and seeds for healthy snacking and add to breakfast muesli.Reviewer's Name:
Sun 15th Sep 2013
Fresh and pleasant tastingReviewer's Name:
Tue 12th Mar 2013
Soak overnight in pure water and drain before use to release even more nutrients. To me this also improves texture and taste and are lovely to sprinkle into salads or to add to stir-fries. Great value at this price. Reviewer's Name: