Spirulina has many proven health benefits, and it’s full of many nutrients. For example, if you want to maintain a healthy weight loss, keep your liver healthy, improve your brain function, reduce the inflammation, boost your immunity, and minimize allergy symptoms, you need to consume spirulina regularly. We suggest trying these best tasty spirulina recipes and get all the spirulina health benefits through the cooking process. Prepare healthy breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, or snack using spirulina powder. Choose from spirulina energy balls, green spirulina wrap, spirulina peanut butter fudge, and more. Serve and enjoy!
If you need a quick and easy snack idea, then these spirulina energy balls are just for you. First, blend in a high-powered blender ¼ cup of cashews with ¼ cup of rolled oats until it looks like a coarse flour. Then add two chopped dates, two tablespoons maple syrup, one tablespoon shredded coconut and ¼ teaspoon of spirulina powder. It’s essential to blend the mixture until it looks like a sticky dough. Then remove the dough from the blender and roll it into balls. The final step is to cover the balls with sesame seeds. Serve and enjoy!
If you want a light but full of nutrients, lunch, then these green spirulina wraps are the right choice. First, blanch a couple of large collard leaves in boiling water for 5 seconds. Meanwhile, prepare the filling – mash up a tablespoon of powdered spirulina, a little lime juice, avocado, and sprinkle of cumin, sea salt, and paprika. Then chop carrot and cucumber. The final step is to fill the collard leaves with the filling, carrot, cucumber, one tablespoon of hemp seeds, and roll the leaves like a burrito. Serve and enjoy!
Colorful and healthy, this green spirulina smoothie is perfect for a morning drink to boost your organism with energy and to lose weight. You need 1 or 2 tablespoons of powdered spirulina, a handful of spinach, a cup of pineapple, half cucumber, ice, and a little kombucha or water. Blend all in a blender. Serve and enjoy!
Dairy-free, refreshing and flavorful, this spirulina mint ice cream will be your favorite summer dessert. First, soak 2 cups of raw, unsalted cashews in water overnight. In the morning, drain them and add them to a high-powered blender with a handful of fresh mint leaves (or one teaspoon of peppermint extract), ¼ cup maple syrup, ¼ cup water, two tablespoons of coconut oil and ¼ teaspoon of spirulina. It’s important to blend it until smooth. The final step is to freeze the ice cream in a covered container for about 6 hours or overnight. Serve and enjoy!