- soaking - 2 hours, soaked pine nuts are soft and creamy
- butter - butters and creams are very easy to make by blending the pine nuts, since the nuts have a very soft consistency
- roasting - emphasises its taste and the pine nuts will be slightly crispy
- pesto - blend fresh basil, olive oil, parmesan, garlic and pine nuts
- cookies - mix blended pine nuts with the blended dried fruit and carob and roll into balls, which then cover in grated coconut
- ice cream - roughly chopped pine nuts, frozen bananas, honey and cream will make a perfect ice cream when combined, just blend everything together
- soups - roughly chopped pine nuts will be a great decoration of soups on a plate
- breakfast - pine nuts can enrich your favourite breakfast muesli or porridge
- desserts - cold or baked, pine nuts fit perfectly into a dough, creams or simply sprinkle prepared meals with them
- salads - both fruit and vegetable salads are ideal candidates for adding pine nuts
- spreads - blend pre-soaked pine nuts with legumes or vegetables, cashew nuts are good for example with carrots
Tiny seeds are hidden in pine cones and it lasts up to three years before the seeds of some species mature. In a raw state, pine nuts have a delicate structure and sweet buttery flavour. Pine nuts easily get rancid, that is why we recommend storing them in the fridge. The pine nuts milk has a neutral taste, a bit similar to home-made cashew milk.
CompositionPINE NUTS. May contain traces of gluten and other nuts and peanuts.
Store at temperatures up to 25 ° C and relative humidity up to 75%. Do not expose to direct sunlight.