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Product Review: Fossil Fuel

In our ongoing series of product reviews, we are going to to put another U.K. based company in the spotlight: Fossil Fuel.

Fossil Fuel was launched in March of 2015, by Dave and Gareth, who were in search of a paleo energy snack to support their active lifestyle.

After many experiments in the kitchen, they came up with the recipe for the Fossil Fuel bars, currently in 2 flavors:

- Coconut & Cashew
- Macadamia & Cacao

Both bars have no more than 5 ingredients, all completely natural with no added sugars. Dates form the base of the bar which provides enough sweetness and keeps the bars together.

Each bar weighs 50 grams and provides between 225 to 235 calories.


Both bars taste amazing, with the Macadamia & Cacoa for the chocolate lovers and the Coconut & Cashew for the fans of a lighter, more tropical bar.
Fossil Fuel has really hit the spot tastewise, and it's hard to pick a favorite! We are certainly looking forward to more flavors in the future.

Thumbs up for Fossil Fuel!

Where to buy?

Find them online in the Fossil Fuel webshop.
Be sure to sign up for the mailinglist to get 10% off your first order!

No Oat “Oatmeal”

1/4cup(s)walnuts, (really any nuts will work, though)
2tablespoon(s)flax seeds, ground
1/4teaspoon(s)nutmeg, ground
1/4teaspoon(s)ginger, ground
1tablespoon(s)almond butter
1mediumbanana(s), mashed
1/4cup(s)almond milk, unsweetened(add more if desired)
2teaspoon(s)pumpkin seeds
1/2cup(s)berries, fresh, (optional)

  1. Add walnuts, pecans, flax seed and spices to a food processor and pulse mixture to a coarse grain (make sure to stop before it is ground into a powder). Set aside.
  2. Whisk together eggs and almond milk until the consistency thickens and becomes a loose custard.
  3. Thoroughly blend the mashed banana and almond butter together and add it to the custard, mixing well.
  4. Stir in the coarse nut mixture.
  5. In a medium saucepan, warm the mixture on the stove until the "no-oatmeal" reaches the desired consistency and the whisked eggs look firm as though cooked; this should only take about 5 minutes. Stir frequently.
  6. Sprinkle pumpkin seeds and berries on top. Add more almond milk if desired.
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