Blue Green Algae Powder or Flakes
Blue-Green Algae Ingredients
Health Force Nutritionals Elixir of the Lake
Blue Green Algae
50 grams loose powder
SunFire Super Foods
Blue Green Algae
170 grams flakes
Recipes Using Blue Green Algae
Add to your favorite smoothies, sprinkle on salads, or mix in water to taste. Start slowly to avoid cleansing reactions. Begin with 1/4 tsp (or less) in pure water, fresh juice, or a smoothie. Increase slowly to 1 or more tablespoons per day.
It is also a great additive to Chocolate Bliss and Green Crackers ...
1 Blender of Chocolate Bliss / Smoothie
Blend until smooth (works best in a Vita-Mix or other high powered blender). You may also desire to make a thicker smoothie by adding fresh or frozen fruit (we like bananas) and/or activated nuts (cashews or walnuts are particularly yummy). Chill and shake well before drinking. Enjoy!
1 Gallon of Chocolate Bliss - Standard Recipe
Blend until smooth (works best in a Vita-Mix or other high powered blender), pour into a gallon-sized sealable container, and then fill the rest up with pure water. Shake well, and then chill.
Tip: We use 2 half-gallon glass containers for our Bliss.
To make a concentrate for warm drinks, fill your gallon container only to the halfway mark when adding the water. Then you can use half of the chilled concentrate and half warm water each time you serve yourself. Enjoy!
Even Better Chocolate Bliss
Follow the Chocolate Bliss recipe above and add any of the following ingredients as desired:
Our Personal Chocolate Bliss Recipe
We make a gallon of Chocolate Bliss in order to reduce time in the kitchen. This recipe will last in the fridge for about 7 days. We like the flavors of the added superfoods and the superfood benefits. Yummy!
Blend until smooth (works best in a Vita-Mix or other high powered blender), pour into a gallon-sized sealable plastic container, and then fill the rest up with pure water. Shake well, and then chill.
TIP: We add our Vanilla Agave Nectar right after the water so we can use the measuring marks on the side of our Vitamix Blender and avoid dirtying an extra measuring cup.
Grind flax seeds on their own in a food processor or dry container of a high-powered blender until they are a rough flour consistency. Pour into a mixing bowl.
Blend all other ingredients in a high-powered blender with 1/2 of the water, adding the water as needed to allow the blender to create a smooth texture.
Mix flax seeds and green mixture and any remaining water. Spread thinly (for maximum crispiness) on teflex dehydrator sheets. Recipe makes enough to fill a large dehydrator (my Good4u 10 tray dehydrator) with thin and crispy crackers.
Dehydrate at 145 degrees for 20 minutes to evaporate the water off, then turn it down to 110 and dehydrate until your desired consistency (shorter = moister/breadier, longer = crunchy/crispy).
After it's been dehydrating for a while (about 10-12 hours), the top of the batter should look dry. To dry the bottom, take each teflex sheet with the batter attached, flip it over onto the mesh tray, then peel the teflex sheet off and leave the batter on the mesh tray so the wet side is facing up. If there's any residue on the teflex, scrape it off with a spoon and smooth it out onto the rest of the cracker. You can also watch the video of how this is done.
This is my new favorite cracker! It gives me all the greens I need while still tasting nice and salty/spicy/crunchy ... just like I like it. Try it to dip into Yemiah's Creamy Spinach Dip. Yumm ... Enjoy!
Laura's Bliss Kisses
Stir the dry ingredients together in a bowl. If you are including any of the optional ingredients, add them in now too. If you decide to add any of the powdered greens, I suggest you also add the orange essential oil or cinnamon to cover any potential "green flavor".
Add the Coconut Oil and Agave Nectar and stir. It works best and is more fun to get your hands into the mix now and really mush all the ingredients together so that the oil and agave bind the dry ingredients well.
Create small teaspoon-size drops of the mixture and place them on wax paper. You can see pictures of the size and yummy messiness. You will get about 10 little bliss kisses per recipe. Freeze your bliss kisses for best taste and longevity, though you may find that after licking your fingers you desire to eat them all up quickly.
You can also use Carob in your bliss kisses to make a sweeter kiss. Try using half Cacao and half Carob or substituting Carob for the Tocotrienols in the recipe.
For an extra-creamy and more truffle-like bliss kiss that can sit out at room temperature, substitute Cacao Butter for the Coconut Oil. Mmmmmm. Enjoy!
Grind all ingredients in Food processor until smooth. Roll into balls and chill in fridge for 10 minutes or more. For added yummyness, put a walnut in the middle of each ball.
For more details on this recipe and updates, please visit the blog posting for our Green Gobblers.
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