Simply irresistible. This flavor is a delicious mix of fresh oranges and juicy peaches. Basically, all we did was peel the orange and defuzz the peach--so that you could get to the important work of enjoying them. Pairs great with sunshine!
I was skeptical at first to try this due to the flavor combo, as both can be overpowering.......... BUT this product was the PERFECT combo of both flavors , not too little or too much! It left me wanting to go back to my local store to buy more of these! My child, who eats very few things (he is a picky eater) , absolutely LOVED the orange-peach flavor of this as well! This is a definite must try item you need to add to your shopping list!
- 1 slice of your favorite toast
- orange peach Zellee pouch
- fresh ricotta or cream cheese of choice
- 2 freshly chopped sage leaves
- freshly chopped almonds
zellee fruit bowl
layer your favorite fresh fruits & superfoods:
- overnight oats, chia porridge, or smoothie
- chopped fresh fruit
- several squeezes of your favorite Zellee
- nuts and seeds for a little extra protein
- shredded coconut or granola
- 1/2 pouch of Zellee
- splash of ginger beer
- splash of juice
- ice cubes
Right out of the pouch. Give it a squeeze and experience alohaliciousness. Or you can use Zellee as an ingredient in your acai bowl, as a substitute for jelly in PB&J, or as a topping for your ice cream sundae. The possibilities are endless.
Anytime is Zellee time, but here are some suggestions: as a morning snack, at half-time, in the car, at work, on a hike, at the beach, and as a midnight snack. Zellee is also great after dental or medical procedures when solid food is not an option.
Looks can be so deceiving. Zellee is not baby food but a great snack for anyone between the ages of 1 and 100 (or older). Rumor has it that our founder’s grandmother lived to 109, and she was a Zellee fan.
Konjac is a plant native to East Asia, and its corm (similar to a root) looks like ginger’s not-so-attractive cousin. Konjac has natural gelling properties. In other words, konjac makes us gel. It might sound new and mysterious, but konjac has been used as a medicinal food in Japan for hundreds of years.