If you are seeking new recipes that include Blue Spirulina for either breakfast or dessert, you have come to the right place. I have collected a collection of 15 Blue Spirulina recipes for you, which include both healthy, refreshing, and delicious meals.
This latte is the one for you if you’re searching for a pick-me-up, something to keep you warm, or a drink that will give you an energy boost. Your internal and external health will benefit, and there are no artificial additives, yet it tastes absolutely great. In addition to that, it’s really simple to prepare!
- A huge mug of water, some blue spirulina powder, and some seasonings.
- Whisk up some blue spirulina powder and some of the heated almond milk.
- Whisk in the remaining heated frothed almond milk and the agave syrup until the powder is fully dissolved.
- Prepare with dairy-free whipped topping.
- 2 Frozen Bananas
- a very little amount of The Organic LAB Blue Spirulina Powder
- a splash of plant-based milk to get the motor going on the blender.
Mix all of the ingredients in a high-powered blender until they are completely smooth, then garnish the top with fresh fruit and form ocean shells out of melted white chocolate using chocolate molds.
Conjure up this quick and easy pancake stack that’s oozing with flavor in just a quarter of an hour. Add some blue spirulina powder to give it some color while also boosting its nutritious value.
- The dry components should be mixed first, followed by the liquid (water or almond milk) and the sweetener.
- When you see little bubbles appearing in your pancake, it is time to turn it over.
- Place slices of organic, ripe banana in between the layers of your stacked pancakes.
- Add your preferred toppings, and then dig in!
Quick and easy, these Blue Spirulina Bounty Bars require no baking at all. and have the authentic Bounty bar flavor. Because it is made with solely nutritious components, eating a lot won’t leave you feeling guilty.
- Use a silicone or parchment-lined loaf pan.
- I used my hands to completely combine the unsweetened shredded coconut, coconut milk, rice syrup, melted coconut oil, and spirulina in a dish.
- Spread the mixture evenly into the prepared pan, and then slice.
- Put in the fridge and freeze for approximately an hour.
- The next step is to combine coconut oil and dark chocolate in a melting pot.
- Using a fork, submerge each bar in the chocolate.
- The chocolate-covered bars should be returned to the carving board and refrigerated for another 30 minutes after this.
The crust of this scrumptious no-bake coconut blue spirulina raspberry cheesecake is made from roasted almonds and oats, and it is sweetened with dates. On top of the crust are two creamy layers: one made of coconut and fresh raspberries, and the other made of blue spirulina.
The key to a smooth cake is using full-fat canned coconut milk. For simpler cream separation, chill it in the fridge overnight. You should be able to scoop the cream out with a spoon if it is at the proper consistency. A cake that’s too wet to keep its form.
This wild blue spirulina will add a splash of color to whatever dish you prepare. This very flavorful spaghetti comes from @rawnice and is sure to satisfy your cravings.
- Sauté the onion until it’s caramelized in the coconut oil. Put in half a clove of garlic and a teaspoon of coconut sugar halfway through.
- Throw 1 teaspoon of blue spirulina into a pot of water and bring to a boil.
- Prepare the pasta as directed on the box.
- Cook the pumpkin, coconut milk, lemon juice, tahini, and spices together for 5 minutes over low heat.
- Then put it all together in whichever order you desire and take a picture!
- If the pasta is not absorbing the color, try taking it off the heat, adding additional spirulina, and letting it soak for a few minutes.
The beautiful turquoise hue of mermaid lemonade is achieved by adding blue spirulina, which also contributes to the drink’s anti-inflammatory properties.
On a hot day, there is nothing more invigorating than a tall glass of ice-cold lemonade, but what if I told you that lemonade was also beneficial to your health as well?
It is possible if you use this blue mermaid lemonade! You may finally put an end to the shame you’ve been experiencing for indulging in some refreshing lemonade.
A bright blue smoothie bowl with a tropical flavor profile, prepared with mango, banana, and yogurt made from coconut milk. An fantastic breakfast may be had by topping it with paleo muesli and fresh fruit.
- Put all of the smoothie bowl ingredients into a blender and blitz them until they are completely smooth. If you want your smoothie to be thinner, you may add additional almond milk, and if you want it to be thicker, you can add ice.
- Place the paleo muesli and fresh fruit on top of the blue smoothie that has been poured into a bowl. Enjoy!
You’ll find unending joy in these brightly colored treats. These Aqua Blue Spirulina Coconut Bliss Balls are the perfect midday pick-me-up to keep you going all day long.
Put everything into a blender or food processor and blend until smooth. Add a little of coconut oil if the ingredients aren’t sticking together.
Roll the dough into balls and set them on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. If extra coconut flavor is wanted, roll the balls in it before serving. Put the bars in the freezer for at least two hours, preferably longer.
If you’re in a hurry in the mornings, you can whip up a batch of these Easy Blueberry Spirulina Overnight Oats and bring them with you to work or school. It’s simple to whip together, and you can even do it the night before to save time in the morning.
- Combine the oats, coconut, cinnamon, and spirulina in a sealed container or dish.
- Combine the plant-based milk with the coconut milk or natural yogurt.
- Sprinkle some blueberries on top, either fresh or frozen.
- Store in the fridge overnight, or for at least an hour. If using hemp seeds, add them just before serving. Enjoy!
- Put the chia seeds in a jar and add the maple syrup, vanilla extract, and almond milk. Combine all of the ingredients and whisk constantly for about five minutes, or until the mixture reaches a jelly-like consistency.
- Combine 2 teaspoons of coconut yoghurt and 1 tablespoon of blue spirulina powder in each of three dishes.
- The top layer is pure chia seed pudding.
One-third of a teaspoon of blue spirulina powder makes up the lightest blue layer.
One-half of a teaspoon of blue spirulina powder, to be used in the middle layer.
Powdered spirulina, which is blue, equal to 1 teaspoon, for the darker layer.
- Mix in a quarter of the chia seed mixture with each serving of the blue coconut yogurt.
- Prepare the jar by layering the contents. Keep the jar in the fridge until you’re ready to use it.
Spirulina milk, a blue-green algae and nut concoction that’s high in protein and minerals.
Smoothie and dessert dishes with spirulina may be found among our many whole food recipes on Nutrition Stripped. Another easy method to get this mineral- and protein-rich algae into your diet is by drinking plant-based milk.
I know the color and the idea of drinking algae might be off-putting, but I assure you, the flavor will more than make up for it. It tastes great and has more minerals than dairy.
Spirulina Popsicles are a magnificent ocean-green frozen delight that melts pleasantly in your mouth and appears like it came from outer space. They include the excellent healthy superfood spirulina, which is high in protein.
Recipes that need no cooking yet nonetheless taste great The crust of the Blue Spirulina Mini Cheesecake is made with toasted almonds and oats, while the spirulina inside has a smooth, pale blue color.
Those with dietary restrictions will be pleased to know that this cake is suitable for those who are vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free, and soy-free.
Please take note that this recipe produces a tiny cheesecake with a diameter of 10 cm (4 inches), enough for 2 serves.
In search of a refreshing beverage with curative properties? Try some of this ginger lemonade infused with blue spirulina and CBD. Ginger lemonade is a great way to cool off and unwind on those steamy summer days. Our visits to Erewhon Market in Los Angeles inspired this dish. Sometimes we drive the hour or more from Laguna Beach to Erewhon simply for a CBD lemonade.