Pineapple Mango Cake by Nush
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Nush

Pineapple Mango Cake by Nush

It takes two to mango. Actually, it takes two ingredients to have something mangonificent—and we call it the Nush Pineapple Mango Cake. Bright and tropical, each bite transports you to that favorite vacation. Maybe it was your time in the Caribbean, or that trip to Cabo. Perhaps it was just an amazing pool party in your backyard with your closest friends. Whichever way, and no matter what the temperature is outside, you'll feel the warm sun and summer vibes every time you enjoy this tasty snack. So, at Barefoot Provisions, we believe you CAN have your cake and eat it too, especially with Nush's Pineapple Mango Cake!

For the true, true stories behind this incredible foodstuff, read on.

This snack is royalty—and let me tell you why! Queen Pineapples are a very common variety of pineapples, and mangoes are known as the King of Fruits. Pair King Mango and Queen Pineapple together, and you're looking at the next major reality TV Show! (Or, your new favorite snack!) I am in love with the light and fluffy texture of this Pineapple Mango Cake. To top of this flavor combination with an additional health benefit, organic coconut oil joins the party and is responsible for the healthy fats found in this cake. Nush's claim to fame is its low sugar and net carb counts. This Pineapple Mango Cake has just 1 gram of sugar and 4 grams of net carbs. That's a wowza if I ever heard one! Nush is a crossover between a cake and a bar. So it's a bake! Or, is it a car? We support whatever word you choose to describe it, as long as you love 'em just as
much as we do!

Getting Wrapped up in the Facts

"it's breakfast on the go, it's a great little snack, it's maybe even dessert, but it's not sugar." 

HERE ARE SOME OF THE AMAZING INGREDIENTS IN THE NUSH BANANA NUT CAKE

ORGANIC FLAX
Flax seeds got it going on. Argued as one of the most powerful plant foods on the
planet, flax seeds may reduce your risk of heart disease, cancer, stroke, and diabetes. Loaded with Omega-3 essential fatty acids, better known as the good kind of fat, you'll feel fuller, longer. The icing on the cake (no pun intended)? Flax seeds are full of fiber, both soluble and insoluble. That makes us want to go… enjoy another cake!

ORGANIC COCONUT OIL
Coconut oil is on-trend. Seen everywhere from body butters to coffee creamers,
coconut oil is the latest and greatest superfood. Coconut oil helps raise the good HDL cholesterol in your blood, which reduces your risk for heart disease.


PINEAPPLE
You've seen it on Pinterest and Tumblr: "Be a pineapple. Stand tall. Wear a crown. And be sweet on the inside."While it's all true, pineapple is more than a tall, crown bearing fruit. Packed with enzymes, pineapple is excellent for digestion. It's known for reducing inflammation and its low calorie, high vitamin C properties.


MANGO
Known as the King of Fruits, mangoes are high in antioxidants (cancer-preventing
foods!), vitamin C, fiber, and magnesium. They are known to lower cholesterol, clear your skin, and even boost your sex life.

 

How to enjoy NUSH

It's simple: peel back the wrapper, unload the Nush from its tray and NOSH!

We let our Nush Cakes take a chill in the refrigerator before enjoying. Try it out!

About NUSH, in their own words

"Muffy Mead-Ferro knew her whole family would be healthier if they ate less sugar and fewer carbs. But as the primary grocery shopper, it was hard to find prepared foods that weren't full of sugar and carbs. And let's face it, we need prepared foods to live this nutty life we live. We're on the run sometimes! Especially in the morning, right? So she started baking. Tasting. Researching. And baking some more. Eventually what came out of the oven was a new company: nush."

Muffy and her partner Dave have paved the way for all of us to enjoy just a little more cake (or maybe a lot—it's damn good!).

Here are answers to some of your most important questions! 

Yes! Nush Cake is gluten-free!

Yes! Nush Cake is Kosher!

Heads up: these contain eggs.

Heads up: these contain organic erythritol.