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Why do we love Wunda? A nutritionist's perspective

carton of wunda on wooden counter
Anna Collins is one of the Nutrition Managers for Nestlé. She is passionate about health and wellbeing, and believes plant-based eating is the positive way forward.

Shopping for a plant-based milk alternative can be an overwhelming experience when there are so many different choices available. 

Like many people, as a family, we are looking for milk alternatives that taste great and can be used in our everyday meals without the need to stock different types of plant-based milk alternatives in our fridge.  

We want a milk alternative that is nutritionally balanced and can be consumed as part of a healthy and balanced diet. 

That’s why Wunda is a great choice - it’s a plant-based milk alternative that offers nutritional balance and versatility without compromising on taste.   

Why do we love Wunda

The nutrition profile of plant-based milk alternatives can vary enormously depending on the plant ingredient used, as well as the other ingredients added. 

Wunda is made from yellow split peas which are a member of the legume family, which also includes chickpeas, lentils and many other beans. These pea superstars are a source of good quality plant-based protein, and also froth incredibly well – great for our morning coffee.   
 
Wunda has strong nutrition credentials – such as being high in protein, fibre and calcium, while being low in fat, sugar and salt. It also provides a source of vitamin D, B2 and B12, which are important nutrients for a balanced plant-based diet.  

As well as being nutritionally balanced, Wunda tastes great in everything that we would otherwise use milk for; it is delicious poured on cereal, in a cup of tea, and cooked in our favourite family meals. 

Looking for delicious and nutritionally balanced recipes to make with Wunda

Wunda can be a fantastic go-to breakfast choice thanks to its creamy flavour and high pea protein content. You can add Wunda to your morning coffee or tea, and even get creative by using it in a fruity breakfast smoothie. On a weekend, my family loves making Wunda pancakes or adding Wunda to a scrambled egg dish.  

It also works great as a milk substitute in our favourite baking recipes, like a family lasagne, or a vegan banana bread. 

Try these Wunda-ful nutritionally balanced meals and snacks you can make with Wunda

 

Vegan Lasagne_wunda

Vegan Creamy Lasagne

Our twist on an old favourite - it's easier than you think and will get you loads of brownie points with your meat free guests!

Scrambled Eggs on Sourdough Toast with Roasted Vine Tomatoes

A yummy breakfast to kick start your day. Grilling your tomatoes with thyme not only smells delicious but tastes great too!

Wunda scrambled eggs
wunda blueberry pancakes

Blueberry and Quinoa Pancakes

Packed full of blueberries and topped with vegan creme fraiche and maple syrup, these pancakes are a great way to kick off a weekend.

Vegan Banana Bread

For unloved bananas in the fruit bowl getting riper every day? Transform them into this scrumptious banana bread recipe, topped with a streusel for added texture.

Wunda banana bread
Wunda naan bread

Mini Vegan Naan Bread

Really easy to make, great served with one of our curry recipes or for lunch with soup.

Luscious Lemon Traybake

Everyone should have an easy zingy lemon cake in their baking repertoire - and this one really is for everyone!

wunda lemon traybake

For more recipes visit www.mywunda.co.uk/recipes