I don’t know about you guys but baking anything these days for me is all about convenience! Life never seems to slow down and it’s hard to keep those carbs under control while doing life on the run! If you’re feeling the same and following a low carb/Keto lifestyle it can be challenging!
That’s why at Get Ya Yum On we’re here to help you! Our low carb bread in a mug range not only tastes delicious but is super simple and easy to make! Great for breakfast on the run, mid afternoon snacking or for me it’s satisfying those late night sweet cravings when you feel like cake but know you shouldn’t!
With Get Ya Yum On bread in a mug you can make it as simple or as tarted up as you like without feeling guilty! Scrumptious on it’s own or smothered with lashings of low carb toppings transformed into a slice of cake – either way you win!
You are a part of our Story!
At GYYO part of the story behind our brand is that Healthy living should be for ALL humanity so when you buy our products you partner with us to help give back, a portion of our profits go towards supporting charities that are standing up against injustice by being a voice for the voiceless for exploited and underprivileged children in parts of the world where they need it most because KIDS MATTER and for that we thank YOU abundantly.
At GYYO we are forever evolving so watch this space for more delicious Keto goodies in a mug coming soon!
Love Jo x
About Jeremy & Shelley
Samoa Alofa Trust initiated and run by Jeremy and Shelley Gibb-Faumuina is specifically about bringing awareness to the underprivileged children in Samoa. Under “Samoa Alofa”, an initiative based out of NZ, Jeremy and Shelley work alongside The House of Hope Shelter in Samoa. Their vision is to impact and help change the lives of the future generation through support, love and being a constant voice for the voiceless.
Get Ya Yum On support this initiative and all funds donated go directly toward funding this trust.
Please refer to their website for more info: https://samoaalofatrust.wixsite.com/samoaalofa