DescriptionBreakfast Gift Box Chunky Peanut Butter, Gin-Berry and Ammiji’s Chai Masala
â€śThe people who give you their food give you their heart.â€ť â€“ Cesar Chavez
We, at Masala Monk, inexorably believe that thereâ€™s nothing quite like the goodness of homemade food. The love, the dedication and the honesty that goes into homemade food cannot be replicated. So we bring to you a carefully curated collection of gifts. All the jars in this gift box are homemade â€“ with love, with the finest ingredients, and with honesty. Youâ€™ve not only received food, youâ€™ve received a piece of someoneâ€™s heart. Use it well. Bon AppĂ©tit!
Chunky Peanut Butter:Â
Itâ€™s hard to believe what happens when you taste actual peanut butter â€“ when we say actual we are talking about home churned stuff and not store bought full of hydrogenated fat and sugary crap which people think is peanut butter.Â The best quality peanuts are roasted to a perfect temperature and then ground at home to a perfect creaminess.Â Hand chopped roasted peanuts are added to make it all time favourite Chunky Peanut Butter. BTW, this is vegan,Â KETO friendly and gluten free, making it one of the best source of plant based protein.Â
Just Peanuts. No added sugar, no added fats, no added salt.
Serving size 39 g
Energy (kcal): 241Â
Protein (g): 11.5
Carbohydrates (g): 7.5
Sugar (g): 2.4
Total Fat (g): 18.3
Serve your strawberry gin jam on toast for a hair-of-the-dog style breakfast treat, with scones and cream for a tea-time treat, or make a fun sundae with Greek yogurt, strawberry gin jam, a few fresh berries and some crushed toasted nuts.
Strawberries, Sugar, Lemon Juice, Basil, Pepper, Sea Salt, Gin, Pectin.
Approx composition per 100 GMs
Energy : 280 kcal
Protein : 1.2
Fat : 0.15
Carbohydrates : 68
Sugar : 65
Ammiji’s Chai Masala:Â
Made from the finest ingredients, and packed at home, this masala comes straight from Ammijiâ€™s kitchen. Once you start adding it to your tea, you canâ€™t have your tea without it. Yes, itâ€™s that addictive. Her grandchildren recommend adding it to kheer, pancakes, ice creams, custard and cakes! Well, theyâ€™d know. Theyâ€™ve had years to experiment with it!