Include Pouyoukas poppy seeds in your diet

By admin
21 April 2015

Poppy seeds are essentially oilseeds obtained from the opium poppy. The ripe seeds are highly nutritious and less allergenic than many other seeds and nuts. While you might not think of poppy seeds as more than decoration for your bagel or salad dressing, the tiny black seeds prove that good things sometimes come in small packages. Pouyoukas poppy seeds are loaded with fibre, boasting 3.4 grams of dietary fibre per 2 tablespoon serving. Fibre not only adds bulk to your food which keeps you feeling full and prevents constipation, but it also lowers your blood cholesterol levels.

One teaspoon of poppy seeds also contains 4% of the recommended daily intake of phosphorous and calcium, two nutrients that help keep the teeth and bones strong. Due to their small size, Pouyoukas poppy seeds can be difficult to consume on their own. However, you can add a few spoonfuls of seeds to your cereal, smoothie or salad dressing. Here is a delicious and easy recipe for poppy seed cake.

Pouyoukas Foods will be launching a new recipe book with over 80 mouth-watering recipes. For more information on the nutritional benefits of products in the Pouyoukas Foods range, as well as cooking tips and recipes, visit the website, follow PouyoukasFoods on twitter and like Pouyoukas on facebook.

Pouyoukas poppy seed cake

1 packet vanilla cake mix

1 packet vanilla instant pudding

½ cup Pouyoukas poppy seeds

Mix above ingredients


250ml sour cream

½ cup oil

4 eggs

Bake 45 minutes on 180 degrees.

Melt chocolate and cover top of cake.

Grate top deck chocolate on top.