What if you could have a healthy cake and eat it, too?
If you’ve used spirulina supplements, then you understand the health benefits. These collective benefits have made spirulina one of the most popular supplements in the entire world!
Since powdered spirulina doesn’t have a great taste, you can now have Frozen Spirulina instead which has no bad taste or odor and blends easily with all of your favorite foods and beverages.
Ready to make spirulina tastier than it has ever been before? Keep reading to discover our top recipes that will have you cooking with spirulina for breakfast, lunch, and dinner!
Breakfast: The Spirulina Smoothie
When you don’t have time for actual cooking with spirulina, there’s always time for a healthy smoothie. And we have the recipe for a killer frozen spirulina smoothie!
To begin, you’ll need one-half of a ripe avocado and half a cup of baby spinach. You’ll also need half a cup of frozen mango and one large, frozen banana.
Additionally, you’ll need a cup of almond milk and a teaspoon of maple syrup. Lastly, you’ll need a tablespoon of hemp seeds, a quarter of a teaspoon of vanilla extract, and a teaspoon of spirulina.
Blend it all to create a tasty smoothie that happens to also be vegan and gluten-free!
Lunch: Spirulina Energy Bites
It’s easy to run out of steam in the afternoon. If you’d like to get a headstart on beating the afternoon slump, here’s a great way to incorporate fresh spirulina (which is five times more powerful than powder) into a lunchtime dish.
Starting out, you’ll need three tablespoons of cocoa powder, half a cup of cashews, and half a cup of almonds. You’ll also need one-third of a cup of goji berries and one and one-third cups of dates (these should be pitted and chopped already).
Last, we need two tablespoons of chia seeds, two tablespoons of shredded coconut, one tablespoon of spirulina, and a bit of salt. Put it all into a food processor until sticky, and then roll two tablespoons into bills at a time. Refrigerate for 30 minutes, and you have a tasty, energizing lunchtime meal!
Nothing is quite as tasty as hummus. And you’re sure to love pairing this spirulina hummus with pitas, chips, or anything else you want to dip into hummus.
Starting out, you’ll need one can of chickpeas. These should be drained and have the liquid reserved.
You’ll also need two teaspoons of tahini and a tablespoon of olive oil. The recipe also requires half a tablespoon of salt, one clove of crushed garlic, and a tablespoon of lemon juice (as fresh as possible).
All you have to do now is put everything except the liquid reserve into a food processor. After you turn it on, add the reserved liquid until you have a smooth hummus that is fit for serving and eating. Tasty dishes like this make it easier to add spirulina to your diet.
Start Cooking With Spirulina Today!
Now you know how to start cooking with spirulina for every meal. But do you know where to get the healthiest live frozen spirulina at the best price?
Here at Spirulina For Life, we specialize in making a healthier you. To discover how we can make each day healthier than the last, just contact us today!