Sweet Dreams are made of these: treat yourself to our new dessert menu
IF THIS NEW WORK WEEK has got you down, why not make some plans to treat yourself during lunch or dinner? We’re introducing three yummy desserts from our new menu that come with a healthy side of our homemade superfood granola. So don’t hesitate, make plans to grab our new desserts, available now at our all day dining outlets.
Sweet Dreams are made of these: our new dessert menu
“Dessert is like a feel-good song and the best ones make you dance.” – Chef Edward Lee
Pavolva & Fruits
It’s hard to deny that this dessert plate is not a stunner. Shards of berries swirl meringue are perfectly placed on top of our eggless vanilla ice cream. To top it off, we serve fresh fruits, a moat of mango coulis and our crunchy superfood granola*.
Warm Apple Crumble Tart
For a more comforting, nostalgic flavour, our warm apple crumble tart comes with a scoop of eggless vanilla ice cream, a drizzle of caramel and our homemade superfood granola*.
Cheesecake Ice Cream & Cookie Stack
For this sweet treat, we have balanced two scoops of our eggless Blueberry Cheesecake ice cream between two of our homemade vanilla oat cookies. Served with fresh fruit, our superfood granola* and a drizzle of maple syrup.
*So what’s so great about our granola?
Our superfood granola is homemade, and contains the following healthy fruits and grains.
Chia seeds: Historically, these tiny seeds were used as strength and energy boosters. So much so that the word “chia” used to stand for “strength” in ancient Mayan culture. According to modern science, chia seeds are a highly concentrated source of omega-3 fatty acids, protein, antioxidants and dietary fibre. They offer a long list of health benefits, including anti-inflammatory action and a reduced risk of heart diseases.
Oats: Oats are rich in carbohydrates and packed with fibre. They also contain beta-glucan, a soluble fibre that reduces cholesterol reabsorption in the gut, which reduces your risk of a heart attack. Oats also have a low to moderate glycemic index (GI), which means they fill you up and keep your glucose levels stable.
Pumpkin seeds: Also known as pepitas, pumpkin seeds are a great source of protein, plant-based omega-3 fatty acids and fibre. They also contain a high concentration of magnesium and zinc. These aid in poor appetite and sleep patterns, skin conditions and mood disturbances.
Almonds: Once avoided for their high fat content, almonds are making a comeback. They are high in protein and are proven to help stave off heart disease, diabetes and bad cholesterol.
Cranberries: Chock full of antioxidants, these tart red berries are rich in vitamin C and fibre. They are also known to be one of the best foods for preventing urinary tract infections (UTIs). Cranberries also fight against inflammation, aid oral health and prevent ulcers.