Tasty and Healthy Recipes with the New-Look Pouyoukas Foods Range

Words: Crush

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Pouyoukas Foods, one of South Africa’s most well-loved brands since 1986, has rebranded and modernised its packaging. “While our brand has always been a stand-out item on supermarket shelves, we decided to move to new convenient day packs and at the same time freshen up the look of our packaging,” says Dean Miller, Group Marketing Manager AGT Foods.

A Fresh New Look With Pouyoukas Foods

The easy-to-use doy packs are designed to stand up and have a resealable opening. The new white colour of the packaging depicts the purity of the brand and a clear window shows what the product looks like. The new packaging has been rolled out across the extensive range of whole food products.

Pouyoukas products are rich in nutrients, whole grains and lean proteins. The extensive range has 32 products falling into the categories of pulses, seeds, grains, cereals, flours and healthy snacks and is the leading brand in these wholesome foods.

Nutritional Powerhouses!

Beans, chickpeas and lentils are little nutritional powerhouses that we should all include in our diets. They are complex carbohydrates, packed full of fibre, protein, vitamins and minerals, essential for good health.

If you are looking to keep your heart healthy and your body disease free, add seeds to your diet. The Pouyoukas omega seed mix contains linseeds, sunflower seeds, sesame seeds and pumpkin seeds. It’s a great daily snack but can also be added to breads and rusks, sprinkled over salads and cereals or stirred into yoghurt.

Add Some Flair to your Everyday Cooking

Flavoured couscous, bulgar wheat and polenta are fantastic as main dishes or sides. Pouyoukas flours include rice flour, soya flour and potato flour, all gluten-free. Another favourite among consumers is the whole rolled oats, an excellent breakfast and great for baking biscuits or homemade muesli.

Get Snacking

The Pouyoukas snack range is perfect for a healthy pick-me-up between meals. The munch pack comprises a healthy and delicious mix of raw peanuts, raisins and sunflower seeds. While satisfying your hunger, the mono and polyunsaturated fats get to work to boost your energy levels.

Pouyoukas original trail mix is a combination of dried fruit and raw peanuts and is as tasty as it is nutritious.

All of these products are amazingly versatile foods that can and should be incorporated into a healthy diet on a daily basis.pouyoukas article banner

Here are four delicious recipes made with the Pouyoukas Foods range


Breakfast Muffins

Who doesn’t love a muffin to kick start the day? These healthy treats are nutritious and contain no refined sugars and are instead sweetened with honey and apple purée. Grab one on the go with a cup of your favourite tea and start your day the right way!

Breakfast Muffin Recipe

Cranberry and Pumpkin Seed Muesli

This muesli sprinkled over yoghurt is health nut’s breakfast dream! Full of healthy omegas, nuts and cranberries it is a great way to get going. Your body will be fueled with everything it needs to have a productive day.

Cranberry and Pumpkin Seed Muesli


Horseradish Couscous Fillet Roll

This dish is great for a dinner party when you want to impress your guests. It’s simple enough to do and yet looks really impressive. It has the added benefit of being stuffed with healthy whole wheat couscous which has been flavoured with a combination of delicious herbs and spices. Yum!

Horseradish Couscous Fillet Roll Recipe

Lentil Stew

If you need a meal to fill tummies that will warm from the inside out, then this lentil stew is it. There’s nothing quite like a bowl of hearty stew that is both nutritious and full of flavour. Perfect for a cold midweek evening.

Lentil Stew Recipe

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