We love to spice up our meals so being introduced to Enspice spices was a delight. This family of good for you spices includes 6 blends (well two are single spices). The unique thing about this brand of spices is that one teaspoon of each of the spice blends contains 50% of your FDA daily allowance of vitamins. And these spices are non-GMO, kosher, and gluten free.
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We received a set of Enspice spices from #Momsmeet courtesy of Inspire.
Inspire has a special mission to donate one meal to children in Madagascar for each spice purchased. After the founders met malnourished children while on missions they came up with an idea to meet this need for nutrients by adding them to spices. When a container of spices is purchased a meal is then donated to a child in need. You can read more about this mission on the Enspice website.
The blends we were given were…
- Sri Lankan Cinnamon
- Chipotle BBQ
- Seasoning Salt
- Black Pepper
- Taco Seasoning
- and Cape Cod
The come in easy to spot cardboard cylinders that have the three types of dispensing slots on top, pour, sprinkle holes, and the open circle.
So far we've used every spice but the Cape Cod. I'm unable to try is the Cape Cod because it contains soy. I'm kind of bummed about that.
I've been using these spices on everything but we mostly reach for the Seasoned Salt. It's my husband's favorite as well. He made some grilled chicken with it and the Black Pepper. The Black Pepper is pretty finely ground so it pours kind of fast out of the container. So watch for that.
He did half the chicken with the Chipoltle BBQ and the other half with the Seasoning Salt. Both kinds of chicken got the Black Pepper.
Well everything was delicious!
Let me apologize for the photograph. Food doesn't last long for pictures in our home so I'm working under pressure here.
Since then I've used the Enspice Cinnamon on French Toast and cinnamon rolls. The Black Pepper on eggs in the morning. And the Seasoning Salt on just about everything. I haven't tried the Taco Seasoning yet but that's coming.
The vitamins added to the spices are plant based from sources such as…
organic sweet potato
organic sunflower seedorganic kelp
organic maitake mushroom
organic shiitake mushroom
And here's a fun fact: My husband has a strange reaction to vitamins. He takes them regularly but they do make him sleepy for some reason. My hypothesis is that the vitamins are correcting imbalances in his body and giving him what he needs which is sleep.
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