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Ningxia wolfberries are powerful antioxidants and provide an array of nutrients and protein as one of nature's most nutritious fruits. Slightly tart in flavor, add Young Living's whole dried Ningixa wolfberries to baked goods, cereal, salad, trail mix and more.
Ningxia Wolfberries Testimonials
The recipe for Wolfberry Cheesecake topping in the Young Living Cookbook Volume 1 makes a fantastic syrup to top pancakes, ice cream, etc. I drizzled it over fresh peach-topped French toast slices and found it a low-glycemic delight!
For those summer hikes, make a trail mix by using wolfberries, organic raisins, organic raw sunflower seeds, and any other organic seeds or nuts you would like.
I took a handful of the dried YL wolfberries and tossed them in a glass gallon jar and added a half gallon of water and let the jar sit capped in the sun all day for sun tea. I cam home and tasted it and all by itself it was fabulous. I am also using the reconstituted berries in my morning cereal or in healthy muffins, or I just eat them right out of the sun tea. Should you need a little flavoring or sweetness, there is always Blue Agave. I love my dried wolfberries.
I ran out of nuts the other morning and wanted to add something to my hot cereal. I took a handful of dried Ningxia wolfberries and added them to the cereal in the last minute of cooking. What a pleasant surprise! It tasted so good, and there was no need to add syrup or agave. The berries made it sweet enough.
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