Posts Tagged ‘nut mylk’

I loved a cold glass of chocolate milk as a kid. And I still do, but these days I love recipes for vitality, immunity, and longevity that are very low in sugar and rich in superfoods. I have nothing against raw organic dairy but it gives me a bit of an allergic reaction so I chose to make this a non-dairy, nut/seed mylk based recipe. I present to you: my Superfood Chocolate Mylk in 2 easy steps:

 

STEP 1: Put in a blender and blend for 1 minute:

2 1/2 cups spring water

2 cups spring water ice cubes

3/4 cup + 1 tablespoon soaked organic raw almonds (or 1/2 cup dry raw almonds, soaked 12 hours)

1/4 cup + 1 tablespoon raw cacao powder (fine powder)

2 teaspoons hemp seeds

2 teaspoons MELTED raw cacao butter

2 teaspoons organic cold-pressed olive oil

1 teaspoon lucuma powder

1/2 teaspoon Yoga Manna, Crystal Manna or algae of choice

1/2 teaspoon reishi extract powder or Longevity in a Bottle (coming soon!)

1/4 teaspoon KAL stevia extract powder

1/8 teaspoon sea salt

1 small pinch organic cinnamon powder

 

STEP 2: Strain through 2 nut mylk bags (1 inside the other to create a 2-layered stronger bag) into a bowl, pour into glasses and serve fresh! Use the pulp left in the nut mylk bags as food for your compost.

 

Enjoy this fantastic combination of comfort food and superfood (your favorite combination, right?!)

 

A toast to your vitality!

-Christian

Simple Raw Chocolate Hazel Nut Mylk Smoothie with vanilla bean powder sprinkles on top

Simple Raw Chocolate Hazel Nut Mylk Smoothie

Combine the deep satisfaction of light and creamy chocolaty hazel nut flavor with antioxidant-rich low-glycemic nourishing raw superfood ingredients, and you have my easy-to-make Raw Chocolate Hazel Nut Mylk Smoothie! Enjoy!

RECIPE: (makes 6 – 7 cups, or about 50 oz):

4 1/2 cups spring water

1 1/2 cups organic hazel nuts (Optional: soak then in water for a few hours first to germinate them)

Blend on high in a high-speed blender for about 45 seconds, then strain through nut mylk bags into a large bowl. Rinse your blender and add the “hazel nut mylk” back into the blender. Then add:

1 1/2 tablespoons organic raw cacao powder

1 1/2 tablespoons birch xylitol, honey or your favorite wholesome sweetener

1 teaspoon vanilla bean powder or vanilla bean liquid extract

1 1/2 teaspoons organic cold-pressed olive oil

1/4 teaspoon (or less if you are sensitive to the taste of stevia) organic stevia extract powder (NOW brand and Kal brand are the best tasting) If you like stevia, add an extra pinch to give it full sweetness.

1/4 teaspoon sea salt (Celtic sea salt is my favorite)

Blend on high for 20 seconds, then add:

2 cups spring water ice cubes

OPTIONAL:

1/4 teaspoon wild blue green algae

1/4 teaspoon medicinal mushrooms extract powders of choice (reishi, chaga, etc.)

1/4 teaspoon maca powder

Blend for ten seconds. Serve in your favorite large glass.

Do you like to make low-glycemic smoothies, packed with superfoods just like this one? Do you want to expand upon your ability to make delectable creamy blendies, different flavors each time, hit-the-spot delicious each time? Then my eBook Superfood Beauty Elixirs is just for you. CLICK HERE to read all about it: www.SuperfoodBeautyElixirs.com.

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