Warm up with a cup of Pinole, a traditional Mexican warm chocolate drink updated with even better ingredients, using Zego’s Double Protein Oats and Pure Protein.
Pinole is roasted ground maize mixed with a combination of cacao. Depending on the type of pinole and the quality of its ingredients, pinole can be high in key vitamins and nutrients, including protein, amino acids, fiber, and antioxidants. Due to the large amount of fiber and the slow digestion of the maize, pinole also has a very high satiety effect, leaving those who consume it feeling full for a longer period of time. For many indigenous peoples of Mexico and Central America, it is relied upon as a key source of nutrition and sustenance.
-Referenced from Wikipedia
Pinole: How this Drink is Better
Our Organic Double Protein Oats are Purity Protocol Gluten Free (the highest GF standard), and contain about twice the protein of traditional rolled oats and 30% more fiber. ZEGO oats have no added sugar or flavorings, so they leave you feeling as good as they taste!
Zego Organic Pure Plant Protein contains 100% sacha inchi seeds and has no flavors or sweeteners. Sacha inchi seeds have the best amino acid profile of all the plant proteins on the market, including pea, rice, soy, and hemp (other plant proteins are typically low in lysine and tryptophan).
Adding these key ingrediants makes this hearty and delicious chocolate milk easier to digest and healthier for your body. This recipe is also vegan, gluten free, nut free, toxin free and low sugar.
Pinole: The Recipe
1 cup oats (toast oats without oil, over medium heat until light brown color but not more than 2 minutes. Do not burn. If you have a sensitive pallet for bitterness, do not toast the oats.)
1/4 cup Pure Protein
48 ounces of cinnamon water (boil water with 2-4 cinnamon sticks)
4 dates for a person
Add to a blender for 30-45 seconds and serve hot.
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