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7 Chlorella Recipes You Need to Try (Hangover Cure? Oh, yes!)

Sea algae might be something you’re willing to try, but how exactly do you do it? Tablets are easy to ingest daily, but what about powder? Some of us may not like mixing the green blends with water. But hey, that’s a good way to go.

We’ve outlined a few ways you could try nature’s multivitamin, spirulina. We also covered red marine algae. Now, we’re giving you some ideas for chlorella, a strain of algae that has fascinated nutritionists for a long time now.

Before we get to the recipes, here’s a quick run-down of the benefits of chlorella.

Benefits of Chlorella

Like other greens, this single-celled algae is nutrient-dense, making it a good way to supplement. We’ve covered these benefits more in depth, but here’s the gist.

  •  Chlorella binds to heavy-metals, making it a helpful veggie during cleanses.
  •  It contains antioxidant, which can help manage healthy blood pressure, blood sugar levels and even help lower cholesterol.
  • It may help boost aerobic exercises (through antioxidants and other plant nutrients).
  • It could help boost your immune system, helping your body fight against infections and viruses.

Recipes

Okay, are you ready for chlorella recipes? Our mouths are watering so let’s get started.

Avocado Spread

Who doesn’t love avocado? Why not boost the nutritious green with help from another? Sea algae guac may not sound appetizing, but you’d be surprised how good it can be.

Here’s the simple instructions.

You’ll need:

  • 1 Avocado
  • 1 teaspoon chlorella powder (try ours)
  • Spices or chili flakes (we like our guac to have a little punch)

Instructions:

All you need to do is mash the avocado and chlorella together. Mix thoroughly. Then sprinkle in your spices. Poof! You’re done. Try spreading it on bread or crackers for a light snack. You can also use it for you taco dinner night!

“Merman” Smoothie

Gwyneth Paltrow and the folks over at Goop created a Merman Smoothie that we can’t wait to try. We love ourselves a good mermaid-themed dish. It includes pumpkin seed milk, coconut meat, mint and more! Yum, right?

Add a little cacao nibs, and you’re on a smooth train to relaxation.

“Chlorella De Ville”

A Disney pun? That’s really all you needed to get us hooked. Greenblender created this recipe packed with vitamins, fiber and protein. Mixing swiss chard, kiwis and banana, this smoothie is the green dream

Green Cream

Looking for a tasty yet nutritious topper for your breakfast AND dinner bowls? My New Roots has you covered. Using maple syrup and tahini, this recipe transforms chlorella into a multi-functional cream that you’ll want to drench over everything.

Cacao Balls

Vegan cacao balls are a main-stay for plant-based eaters. You can never really go wrong with chocolate, right? Using almonds, cashews, dates and more, Better Nutrition walks you through instructions in creating decadent treats.

Coconut + Chlorella Water

This recipe is simple yet effective. Instead of using plain water to mix chorella with, use coconut water. It helps boost hydration and could be the perfect pick-me-up after a good workout. Plus, you can use ours, which has ginger infusions and more for extra taste.

What You’ll Need:

  • Coconut water or Pure Planet Coconut Water mix
  • Chlorella powder
  • 1 glass of water

Intructions: 

  1. Simple mix on tbsp of each in water and stir. Viola! Enjoy.

Chocolate Peanut Butter Hangover Smoothie

Okay, no judgement, we’ve all been there. Sometimes when you’re recovering from a night of drinking, you wake up the next morning with a raging headache and new lease on life–no more drinking (at least for a short while). Why not recover with this chocolate-packed smoothie? Don’t worry, there’s chlorella in it, so you don’t have to feel bad.

In fact, some people believe the algae can help “cure” hangovers, but only if you take it before the boozy adventures begin. The results are based off a 1996 medical study in Japan though, so we’d like to see some more current research to help back that up. Either way, it can’t hurt to try.

Thank Happy Veggie Kitchen for the recipe!

For more superfoods blends, check out our website.

These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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