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Marbled Moringa Fudge

Indulge guilt-free with these marbled moringa fudge treats! They are completely vegan and coconut based yummies. First you need to get some raw coconut butter. It's essentially the same thing as coconut oil but processed differently to keep the texture more firm at room temperature. Place the coconut butter in a small saucepan and melt over medium heat. Add the coconut milk and coconut oil and stir over low heat until fully mixed. Combine the honey and vanilla extract over low heat. Finally add the moringa powder and mix well. Below is how the mixture should look once all the ingredients have been added. The melted mixture is quite dark but it lightens once the fudge firms. Place the mixture

Moringa Pea Soup

Detoxify your body with this clean and healthy moringa pea soup. You can eat it hot or chilled, making it a perfect compliment to a refreshing spring day. It is highly recommended to make your own vegetable broth as it's so simple and easy! Below are all the ingredients you need! Plus coconut oil. Simply chop the veggies into thick pieces and boil them in a pot. In another pot add the peas and cauliflower along with the 2 cups of fresh vegetable broth. After simmering for an hour, blend with the remaining ingredients and enjoy warm or chilled. Ingredients: Soup: Shallots (4 thinly sliced) Peas (2 cups fresh or frozen) Cauliflower (1 cup) Vegetable stock (3 cups, below are directions for mak

Jungle Smoothie

Feeling low on energy and needing a little extra boost to revitalize yourself? Try the Fera Moringa Jungle Smoothie-Juice. It's light but potent and will get the job done! Add all ingredients in your blender and mix well. Garnish with mint. And enjoy! Ingredients Banana (1/2 frozen banana) Peach (6 frozen peach slivers) Spinach (small handful or 14 cup) Moringa (1 tsp) Maca (1 tsp) Mint (8 medium leaves) Chlorophyll (1 tsp) Almond milk (3/4 cup) Water 1/2 cup) Directions Place all ingredients in blender and blend on high speed for 20 seconds. Pour into a small glass and enjoy. To decorate place thin slivers of banana against the glass before filling it with the smoothie. Then garnish with fr

Moringa Almond Latte

Start your morning with an energizing yet caffeine free latte. It's like coffee or matcha but more nutritious and without the nervous caffeine buzz. Moringa has more fiber, protein, calcium, sodium, vitamin C and vitamin A than matcha. It's also full of many other healthy vitamins and is a great source of EGCG for brain health. What better way to start a chilly winter day than with a warm and creamy maringa latte. See below for the quick and simple recipe. Boil some water and use a bamboo whisk to blend in the moringa, spirulina, chloraphyll, and honey. Warm nutmilk and pour it in a glass mason jar. Froth the milk however you like. I found this hand held frother to work best. Combine the fo

Ombre Chia Parfait

Get festive with an ombre chia parfait. This powerful breakfast dish is great for providing energy and promoting healthy skin. Its full of protein, fiber, Omega-3 fatty acids and tons of micro nutrients, making it great for digestion and building stronger bones. Ingredients Chia seeds (7 tbsps) Almond milk (2 cups) Moringa (1 tsp) Chlorophyll (1/4 tsp) Toppings (pomegranate and strawberries compliment it perfectly!) Directions Mix the chia seeds in with your favorite almond milk (I recommend Califia if you don't have a favorite). Let the mixture sit in the refrigerator overnight. Pour in half the chia pudding into a small bowl and mix in the Moringa and chlorophyll. Pour out 1/4 of that into

Moringa Lime Smoothie Bowl

Start your morning with this detoxifying green smoothie bowl. It is sweet and refreshing but still has all the green goods inside! Ingredients: Banana (1 frozen) Mango (5 frozen cubes or ~1/4 cup) Spinach (1/2 cup or about 1 handful of leaves) Moringa (1 tsp) Almond milk (1 cup or more if needed) Lime (1/2 lime squeezed) Toppings (kiwi, gooseberries, gojiberries) Directions: Place all ingredients (except toppings) in your blender and blend well. Pour in a bowl and garnish with your toppings!

Moringa Pops with Lime and Mint

Need a refreshing treat to cool off? You've come to the right place. Try these minty Moringa pops! They will keep you cool and hydrated. All you need is coconut water and a few fresh ingredients. Throw some mint and lime slices inside for a cool texture and extra flavor! Mouth watering delicious! Add a few spinach leaves to get that rich pop of color and extra nutrients. Don't worry, if you only use a few leaves you can't even taste it! Serving size: 5 Popsicles Ingredients Coconut water (2 cups) Moringa (1 tsp) Honey (3 tbsp) Mint (8 medium leaves) Spinach (5-10 leaves optional) Lime (1) Cheesecloth or strainer optional Directions Place coconut water, moringa, honey, mint, spinach and lime

Coconut Moringa Latte

Craving a morning pick-me-up that vegan and without all the jittery caffeine? This Coconut Moringa Latte will do just the trick! It's simple, creamy and and zenfully uplifting. Heat water over the stove until is starts to boil. Pour into a mug and add the Moringa powder and honey. Stir with a spoon or frother. Warm the coconut milk and then froth it with a handheld frother. Pour the frothed coconut milk into the Moringa tea mug. Stir until well combined. Sprinkle the top with extra Moringa powder and chia seeds. Swirl if you like. Ingredients Coconut milk (1 cup) Moringa podwer (1 tsp) Honey (2 tsp) Water (enough for boiling) Chia seeds (for sprinkling, optional) Frother Directions Heat the

MORINGA PESTO SAUCE

There is nothing better than a fresh, home-made pesto sauce. What better way to get all you essential vitamins and antioxidants than through this delicious, moringa infused recipe. Both pine nuts and walnuts work really well for this pesto sauce. Pine nuts can be quite expensive so walnuts are a great alternative for saving you some cash money. This recipe used a combination of both. But feel free to use one or the other if you like. Add a whopping spoonful of moringa for an extra boost of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants! It also adds a nice vibrant color for the pesto sauce. Throw all the ingredients into the food processor and blend. When you finish blending it should look like this. S

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