graze chia coconut cookies and tea
  • nothing artificial
  • source of protein
  • suitable for vegetarians
chia coconut protein cookies with graze's special blend black tea
punnets (6 x 0.85 oz)
  • description

    about this snack
    Our taste experts couldn’t wait to start experimenting with chia seeds! Packed with nutrients, it’s the perfect ingredient for baking, as you’ll discover when you bite into our brand new chia coconut protein cookies. Served with our special blend black tea, your break time has never been this super.

    what makes them taste so good?
    Our chia coconut protein cookies are made with the finest British rolled oats in the same family bakery as our little puds. They are hand baked in small batches so the rustic rolled oats aren’t damaged, to make protein cookies that provide a source of fiber, and taste genuinely homemade.

    Made with desiccated coconut, real butter, chia seeds and coconut sugar, the result is a delicious combination of crumbly and crunchy textures with a decadent butter flavor and no refined sugars.

    where does the tea come from?
    In her six years as a taste expert, Ellie's absolute favorite invention is the graze special blend black tea, which she crafted under the guidance of a tea master. They tested over 100 different kinds of tea leaves, using her super sensitive taste buds to perfect our exceptional brew.

    We think it pairs perfectly with these hand baked chia coconut protein cookies for a super comforting and uplifting afternoon break.

    what are the benefits?
    Our taste experts love upgrading classic flavors using new and innovative ingredients. In this cookie recipe they’ve swapped out standard refined sugar for natural coconut sugar, the tropical flavor and sweetness enhancing the desiccated coconut.

    Chia seeds are a source of fiber and protein, as well as the fatty acid omega 3. They also contain selenium, an essential mineral which contributes to the normal function of the immune system, and phosphorus which is needed for healthy bones and teeth.

    Our taste experts have added soy protein crispies to this recipe, a simple blend of soy protein, rice flour, malt extract and a touch of salt. This is blended and then puffed in a similar way to rice crispies. The result is a tasty source of protein without any powders or artificial sweeteners.

    Our bakers also use whole rolled British oats, making these delicious cookies a source of fiber and protein to help your body build muscle.

    when should you eat them?
    Whenever you fancy tea and cookies! Our chia coconut protein cookies are the ultimate 3pm pick-me-up, expertly paired with our special blend black tea to make a super sophisticated break treat.

    Just add boiling water to the tea bag and brew for 2-3 minutes, adding milk, sugar or a wedge of lemon as needed. Enjoy together for maximum uplifting effect.


    • Source of protein
    • Source of fiber
    • Under 150 calories
    • No refined sugars
    • Suitable for vegetarians
  • ingredients
  • nutrition
    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs:
    Total fatLess than65g80g
    Sat fatLess than20g25g
    CholesterolLess than300mg300mg
    SodiumLess than2300mg2400mg
    Total Carbohydrate300g375g
    Dietary Fiber28g30g
    Calories per gram: Fat 9; Carbohydrates 4; Protein 4

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