Belle & Wilde use nothing but the good stuff

All our products are suitable for vegetarians and many are vegan-friendly. They are all wheat-free and gluten-free, with no preservatives. We try to use as many locally sourced ingredients as possible.

Vegetarian- & Coeliac-friendly

Gluten & Wheat Free

100% Natural / No Preservatives

Six Makes Sense

‘Six’ is the magic number

Six hero ingredients form the basis for our recipes. While some use a few more, and others slightly less, you can be assured that all are subject to minimal processing to ensure maximum goodness. And not only do we limit their number, but our packaging lists them in plain English – so you know exactly what you are eating.

Our Flours

Rice Flour is an outstanding alternative to whole wheat flour as it is gluten-free and perfect for gluten intolerance and auto-immune conditions like Coeliac disease.
The insoluble fibres present in Rice Flour keep our digestive tract in shape and are a rich source of calcium. Rice Flour also aids cardiovascular health, maintains the blood sugar level, keeps bowel movements regular and boosts the immune system.

Tapioca Flour is free of all major allergens, including grains, gluten, dairy, fish, eggs, soy, and nuts, making it a fantastic choice for those looking for an allergen-free flour alternative.
Tapioca is also vegan and sugar-free and a safe option for those who suffer from diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, allergies and digestive issues. It can be used in recipes to reduce the use of butter, oil, cream or dairy.

Cornflour is rich in antioxidants and fibre. It helps to reduce fat and inflammation whilst improving digestion and sustaining a rich gut microbiota.

Free Range Eggs

Free-range eggs pack a nutritional punch unlike any other food: 6 grams of protein, 70 milligrams of Omega 3 fatty acids, high levels of lutein and zeaxanthin (which lower your risk of vision loss like macular degeneration later in life), as well as healthy doses of Vitamins A, D and E. They also have plenty of choline to support memory and nerve function.

Sunflower Oil

Golden, light and healthy, Sunflower Oil contains more Vitamin E than any other vegetable oil. It includes more than 80% of monounsaturated fats, which makes it good for your heart. Sunflower Oil is rich in antioxidants and strengthens the cell membrane barriers, which makes it harder for bacteria and viruses to enter the body and, being easy to digest, is better absorbed in your digestive tract.

Butter

Studies have proven that regular butter consumption, in moderation, can reduce the risk of heart disease by as much as 69%! Butter is full of highly absorbable Vitamin A, which has been proven to help in regulating hormones and promoting a healthy thyroid function. It also prevents night blindness and macular degeneration. As an incredible source of Omega 3 fatty acids, butter offers your immune system a boost, which helps to keep it at peak strength to combat colds and flu.

Milk

In addition to strengthening bone density, calcium helps in blood clotting and muscle contractions and regulates nerve functions. The calcium in milk is additionally responsible for maintaining a healthy heart. As a result, it reduces the chances of cardiovascular diseases and minimises stroke risks. Moreover, the magnesium and potassium contents in milk help reduce blood pressure.

Honey

Honey contains antioxidants, which can protect the body from inflammation. Inflammation can lead to a variety of health issues, including heart disease, cancer and autoimmune disorders. The eternal sweetener, honey, has numerous health benefits; one of which includes boosting memory and concentration. Honey not only increases brain power and memory but also makes you a healthier person altogether.

Ingredients We Love

Belgian Chocolate

Not only does it have a smooth, velvety texture and contain cocoa beans that are roasted for longer than usual, giving the chocolate a deep, complex flavour, but did you know that Belgian chocolate also comes with a host of health benefits?
  1. It can improve your cardiovascular health. The flavonoids in cocoa have been shown to help lower blood pressure and improve blood flow to the heart.
  2. It can help protect your skin from damage. The antioxidants in cocoa can help protect your skin from damage caused by ultraviolet radiation.
  3. It can improve your cognitive function. Studies have shown that people who consume flavonoid-rich foods (like Belgian chocolate) have better cognitive function than those who don’t!

Fresh Fruit (Lemons/Oranges/Bananas)

Nothing gives more flavour to your food than fresh ingredients. As time goes by, preserved food loses its taste, but ingredients that are fresh, with no preservatives, provide a palate experience all of their own.
  1. Lemons are high in heart-healthy Vitamin C and several beneficial plant compounds that may lower cholesterol.
  2. It’s well known that citrus, and notably oranges, are rich in Vitamin C, which has valuable antioxidant properties and helps protect cells from damage.
  3. Bananas are the UK’s most popular fruit. On average we each eat 10kg of bananas every year (about 100 bananas). They have a soothing effect on the gut thanks to their high content of pectin, a soluble fibre, which not only helps lower cholesterol but normalises bowel function.

Cheese (Parmesan/Cheddar)

In general, cheese is a healthy and delicious source of many nutrients. For most people, a balanced diet can include cheese. Occasionally snacking on cheese or having a few crumbles with your salad or sprinkled over vegetables isn’t likely to cause problems, unless you are lactose intolerant or allergic to milk. Eating too much of any one food, however, isn’t recommended.
  1. Parmesan cheese is highly nutritious. It’s rich in protein, ready-to-use fat, and nutrients that support bone health.
  2. Cheddar cheese is an excellent source of calcium and phosphorus and is also reasonably high in zinc and selenium.

Sesame Seeds, Linseed, Pumpkin Seeds & Sunflower Seeds

Seeds such as Sesame, Linseed, Pumpkin and Sunflower pack a powerful health punch and a quick look at their nutrient content will tell you why. Seeds contain high levels of essential fatty acids, the full profile of amino acids needed to form complete and digestible protein, plus Vitamins A, B, C and E. They also include the minerals calcium, magnesium, potassium, zinc, iron, selenium and manganese.
  1. Sesame seeds are packed with protein, iron, zinc, magnesium, calcium and phytic acid while being low in carbohydrates. They also contain sesamin and sesamolin – substances that may help lower cholesterol levels.
  2. Linseeds are an excellent source of Omega 3 and Omega 6 essential fatty acids as well as dietary fibre and manganese.
  3. Pumpkins seeds are rich in the amino acids alanin, glycene and glutamic acid. They also contain protein, iron and phosphorus and are low in carbohydrates.
  4. Sunflower seeds are rich in the B complex vitamins, which are essential for a healthy nervous system, and are a good source of phosphorus, magnesium, iron, calcium, potassium, protein and Vitamin E.

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