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Sea Moss Recipes

These recipes serve to inspire creativity for more ways to integrate something as healthy as Sea Moss into your daily routine. You'll see how Sea Moss can make a delicious addition (or substitute) to all types of smoothies, protein shakes, teas, stews, soups, and desserts.

sea moss recipes

Eating is a habit for most of us, so if you are looking to improve your quality of life, you must be honest about your consumption of mineral-rich foods in comparison to processed foods. A simple look at what ingredients we can sub or add in throughout our day to inch a little closer towards optimal health can make a big difference over time.

While adding Sea Moss to a recipe that didn't have it before can certainly boost the overall dishes' nutritional profile, you should still strive to avoid mixing them with refined sugars.

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Morning Detox Smoothie

Berries, spices, and herbs are the richest sources of antioxidants; which protect our cells against free radical damage. They pretty much help your system function by optimizing blood and minimizing the strain of circulation

  • Handful of berries (strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, rasberries, cherries, etc.)

  • 2 tablespoons of Sea Moss Gel (up to 4 if you are an athlete)

  • Spices (Add any of the following): Cinnamon, cacao, turmeric, black pepper, cayenne pepper

    • Feel free to blend any herbs into it as well. Some favorites are fresh mint or green tea leaves (Matcha is actually just crushed up Green Tea leaves). They add a nice freshness to the drink

  • Optional: Banana and/or avocado

    • Walnuts, Macadamia, Hazelnut, Pistachio, or even coconut flakes. The fats from these help you absorb the other nutrients

    • Maca, Ashwagandha, Moringa

    • Hemp seeds, flaxseeds, chia seeds

  • Fill with about 8-12oz (235ml - 355ml) of water

    • Replace with your choice of milk if you want a creamier texture

Post Training Recovery Antioxidant Shake

Sea Moss Protein shake
  • Handful of berries

  • 2 tablespoons of Sea Moss Gel (up to 4 if you are an athlete)

  • Banana and/or avocado

  • Protein powder (hemp seed and water lentil protein is very high quality and well absorbed by the body)

    • In absence, scoop of peanut butter

  • Teaspoon of any of the following: Cacao, cinnamon, cloves, cardamom

The Morning Detox Smoothie and the Recovery Shake are essentially the same drink with a few differences. The morning drink focuses more on just promoting circulation to the body for it to cleanse and wake up, while the recovery drink aims to add protein and some more calories in order to replenish what you just lost after physically exerting yourself.

Golden Milk

sea moss golden turmeric milk

Golden Milk is another favorite for when you want something creamy and warm but would still like to take health benefits from. Golden Milk is full of antoxidants: cancer-fighting turmeric, black pepper that helps with absorption of nutrients, and cinnamon which has one of the highest antioixdant concentrations of all spices.

  • Nut milk

  • Turmeric, black pepper, cinnamon

  • 1 scoop of Sea Moss Gel

  • Optional Sweeteners: Date syrup or agave nectar (Low GI)

Simply heat up some nut milk and combine all ingredients in the pot.

Chickpea Curry

Chickpea Curry is a staple for me as it allows me to combine so many spices and other healthy ingredients to let them synergistically work together. The base recipe is straight-forward and easy, and the add-ons are simply for inspiration. Get creative and make it your own.

sea moss chickpea curry
  • Base: 1/2 an onion, 2 tablespoons of garlic, tomato paste, 1 tablespoon of oil

    • Coconut milk is optional for creaminess

  • Spices (any combination): Curry, Turmeric, Cumin, Paprika, Cinnamon, Cardamom, Oregano, Black pepper, Cayenne

  • 16oz (475ml) of chickpeas washed and rinsed

  • 2 scoops of Sea Moss Gel

  • Veggie Options: Cauliflower, peppers, sweet potato (boil first to reduce wait time), carrots, broccoli, mushrooms

  1. Cook the base and spices for 1 minute, adding the tomato paste last

  2. Add the vegetables into the sauce, cooking for 2 minutes.

  3. Add the chickpeas with the coconut milk and/or water. Depending on how much liquid you like in your curry, add more water (I usually do as I enjoy the sauce). Be generous with water added as the Sea Moss will thicken it later.

  4. Let it simmer until veggies are cooked (about 20-30min depending on what you added)

  5. Add the Sea Moss Gel towards the end of the cooking period to thicken the curry

  6. Salt to taste

Colombian Plantain Soup

This hearty soup has a delicious mix of green plantains and chickpeas with delicious Colombian flavors.

Sea moss colombian plantain chickpea soup
  • Base: 1/2 an onion, 2 tablespoons of garlic, tomato paste, 1 vegetable bouillon cube, 1 tablespoon of oil

  • Spices: Cumin, paprika, black pepper/cayenne

  • 2 large green plantains, peeled & sliced

  • 16oz (475ml) of chickpeas washed and rinsed

  • 2 scoops of Sea Moss Gel

  • Veggie Options: Carrots, peppers, corn

  1. Cook the base and spices for 1 minute, add tomato paste last

  2. Add the plantain chunks & vegetables, let it cook for about 2 minutes until pot begins to dry out, & add hot water

  3. Let it simmer until the plantain is cooked through, add water as needed depending on how you want your soup

  4. Add the Sea Moss Gel towards the end of the cooking period to thicken the soup

  5. Salt & lemon juice to taste, garnish with cilantro and sliced radish

Miso Ramen Bowl

One of my favorite dishes to add Sea Moss Gel to as the Miso combines really well in terms of flavor and texture.

  • Base: 2 chopped garlic cloves, 1-2 tablespoons of chopped ginger, 1.5 tablespoons white miso paste, 1 tablespoon tahini (optional), handful of mushrooms (preferably shiitake), 2 tablespoons soy sauce, 1 liter vegan stock (or veggie bouillon mixed with water)

  • Veggie options: pak choi, carrots, corn

  • Toppings: Cilantro, radish, spring onion, beansprouts

  • Tofu, oil (olive/avocado/coconut), soy sauce

  • Ramen or rice noodles

Sea moss miso ramen soup