These gluten-free chia seeds are considered a superfood! They contain a number of interesting nutrients, such as five times as much calcium as milk, more iron than spinach and many antioxidants. 100g of Chia seeds contain 34g fibre. Therefore, the seeds are considered as digestive and provide a lasting feeling of satiety. They also have a high protein content and about 30% fat, which scores with polyunsaturated fatty acids. Particularly suitable for all those who avoid gluten in their daily diet. The chia seeds are used as a baking ingredient, to decorate bread and in muesli mixtures.
These pumpkin seeds from the Styrian oil pumpkin are excellent for garnishing salads and give bread and pastries a very refined note or serve as decoration. They are also a popular addition to muesli mixtures or simply nibbled in between meals - as a delicious power snack. Their nutty flavour comes out particularly well when they are toasted briefly.
Numerous classic pastries, such as poppy seed strudel or poppy seed fritters, are unimaginable without poppy seeds. Poppy seeds from Molino Merano can also be used in bread dough or as a bread decoration, and are also delicious in spicy dishes with fish, meat or vegetables or in mueslis. Poppy seeds have a very high content of unsaturated fatty acids, such as linoleic acid, which is essential for our health. In order to fully develop the effect of the poppy seed, the grains should be ground or crushed before use.
Sesame seeds in their shell from Molino Merano taste slightly nutty and can be used in many ways - as an ingredient in bakery products or as a decoration, in mueslis or muesli bars. The sesame seeds taste particularly intense when roasted. Sesame seeds contain up to 50 percent oil and 20 percent protein with many essential amino acids, as well as important B vitamins and calcium, magnesium, phosphorus and folic acid.
Sunflower seeds from Molino Merano convince with a slightly nutty taste and are ideal as a baking ingredient or bread decoration. Roasted briefly without fat, they acquire a very special flavour. The best way to preserve the quality of sunflower seeds is to store them in a cool, dark place and keep them airtight.
Linseeds are classified as a superfood! Flax seeds offer approx. 30-40 % high-quality fat, a lot of protein as well as a large amount of fibre and vitamins. These small seeds with their aromatic, slightly nutty flavour go well in and on bread, in baked goods, as a muesli ingredient or salad topping.