The following assortment of recipes all include Moringa Leaf Powder.
We hope you enjoy these and many more that will be added in the coming weeks.
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- 1-3 teaspoons of Moringa powder
- 1 Orange
- 1/4 Cantaloupe
- 1/2 stalk celery with leaves
- 1 handful mixed greens: Such as Spinach, Kale, Parsley,
- 6 ounces of water or soy/almond/oat milk
- 1 cup of ice
- Agave syrup, maple syrup, honey or stevia to sweeten
Add all ingredients to your blender, I recommend a Vitamix if you have one, and blend at a high speed until smooth. Feel free to experiment with the ingredients. I used lemon instead of an orange and didn’t have celery handy – the result was very tasty. Enjoy!
Moringa Ginger Tea
- 1 – Tsp Moringa Powder
- 1/3 Tsp Ginger Powder (You can use grated ginger, but I nd the powder more convenient
- ½ lemon squeezed (I use bottled pure lemon juice – again more convenient)
- Sweetener: Maple Syrup is my favorite, but honey, stevia, agave syrup or other
- Hot water – not too hot
Make the water hot enough to be a tea but not roiling, boiling hot as this will have a deleterious effect on the nutrients in the moringa. I add a small amount of water to the ingredients in the cup and a bamboo whisk to mix it all together before topping up with water. Even so you’ll have to stir as you enjoy this drink as the moringa doesn’t dissolve into the mixture completely
Moringa & Dark Choloate Bark
- 1 cup of dark or semi-sweet chocolate chips
- ½ cup chocolate walnuts
- 5 Tbsp Moringa Powder
- ¼ cup Golden raisins
- 2 Tbsp spoons Flax and/or Hemp Seeds
- Use a non-stick baking sheet or line with parchment paper
- Melt chocolate chips in a double boiler – I use a bowl over a saucepan with boiling water. Not too hot!
- Stir in the moringa
- Pour over the baking sheet to about a 1/4+ inch thickness
- Sprinkle over with raisins and nuts. Then lightly press them into the chocolate
- Maple Syrup
- Lemon Juice
- Ginger powder
- Moringa powder
I put the maple syrup in first, then the moringa and ginger then the lemon juice on top. This way the moringa powder doesn’t fly up into the air when you mix it all together. I mix it all together with my bamboo whisk until the syrupy elixir is still syrupy but fluid enough to go down in a single shot. Take it all down in one fell gulp and you’re ready for the day ahead with all of your daily vitamins in one single shot!
By Kim Elton:
Sometimes when I’m in a hurry and don’t have the time to make a smoothie or sit back and enjoy a tea, I’ll make a shot that I invented that is actually the same ingredients as the tea recipe above. It goes like this:
I have a saltshaker with large holes like the ones you usually find in a restaurant. I fill it with moringa and keep in the cupboard in a dark cool place and I use it in a number of ways:
- Over a green’s salad
- Over popcorn. It’s really good!
- Ever heard of “Green Eggs and Ham” I don’t eat ham but I do sprinkle moringa on my eggs – sunny side up or in an omelette.
- Over my morning porridge mixed with vanilla yogurt
- Over pasta meals I sprinkle it on over the sauce and noodles then top with grated cheese