Top 3 Healthy Spirulina Recipes

You’ve now gotten hold of PuriSure’s Spirulina Powder. What should you do with that stash? As you open the package, what you will see is a bulk of powder. You may try to turn it into a Spirulina drink on its own but you might think there is more to it than what meets the eye.

What Is Spirulina?

Spirulina is a blue-green algae considered as a superfood and is often used as a vegan source of protein and Vitamin B12. It contains a significant amount of protein, vitamins, minerals, and carotenoids for protein anti-oxidative and anti-inflammatory effects.

Studies show that Spirulina may improve glucose and lipid metabolism, while also reducing liver fat and supporting a healthy cardiovascular system. It also boosts metabolism, promotes longevity, improves digestion and body composition, and gives healthier set of teeth and bones.

Top 3 Spirulina Recipes

There are various recipes that you can try while using PuriSure’s Spirulina Powder. If you think it can only be used for smoothies, you should know that even pastas, desserts, and chocolate truffles can be made with the powder. Aside from being tasty, it also guarantees that you can get healthy benefits from them. We’ve chosen Top 3 Spirulina recipes you can try at home.

1. Spirulina Pesto


Pasta made with pesto is an all-time favorite. But it can even be healthier with this ingredient. Instead of the usual mix, try preparing pesto with the nutritional benefits of the powder.

What you need:

1 Tbsp. PuriSure Spirulina Powder

3 cups fresh basil

¾ cup whole raw almonds

1 glove of garlic, chopped

½ cup virgin olive oil

1 Tbsp. fresh lemon juice

How to prepare:

  • Use your food processor to blend the basil, almonds, garlic, sea salt, and PuriSure’s Spirulina Powder.
  • While you process the mixture, gradually add virgin olive oil for around a minute.
  • Then, add in the fresh lemon juice. Serve with freshly cooked pasta.

2. Healthy Spirulina Crepes


Crepes are meant for the sweet tooth, but it does not mean that you have to stay away from it if you’re on a healthy diet. In fact, you can give your favorite crepes a twist with Spirulina. We’re also adding bananas to this recipe to make it even more nutritious.

What you need:

1 Tsp. PuriSure’s Spirulina Powder

3 pcs. bananas, ripe

1 vanilla bean, chopped

½ cup milk or nut milk

2 Tsp. coconut oil

2 Tbsp. coconut palm sugar

2 Tbsp. hemp seeds or other kinds

¼ Tsp. sea salt flakes

1 cup flour or sprouted buckwheat flour

How to prepare:

  • Set the flour aside and blend the rest of the ingredients to create a creamy mixture.
  • Move the mixture over to a mixing bowl and gradually sift in the flour.
  • Using a baking sheet or a non-stick dehydrator sheet, spread the mixture over the sheet and make sure that you create a thin film. Do not overfill the sheet with the blend.
  • Dehydrate the mixture at 115 degrees for around eight hours before flipping the crepe over. You are advised to dehydrate this further for around two hours until they turn dry.
  • Cut the crepe sheet into equal sized square-shaped pieces. Using the exact amount of ingredients above, you can make around eight to nine squares.
  • Add some bananas in each crepe and fold them in half. Sprinkle coconut flour on top, and you may choose to add garnish in the form of blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, mango, or some ice cream.

3. Healthy Chocolate Truffle Balls With Spirulina


Even your children can enjoy healthy Spirulina recipes! But be discreet about preparing them since most children usually do not eat them when they know you have added something else. One of the perfect ways to let your little ones eat healthy and add in these ingredients without them knowing it is through these Chocolate Truffle Balls loaded with PuriSure’s Spirulina Powder.

What you need:

For the filling

1 Tbsp. PuriSure’s Spirulina Powder

2 cups cashews, soaked

½ cup rice malt syrup

1 Tsp. vanilla extract

For the chocolate coating

1 cup cocoa butter, raw

1 cup cocoa powder, raw

½ cup rice malt syrup

How to prepare:

  • There are two main stages to this recipe – preparing the filling and the coating. For the filling, mix the Spirulina Powder, soaked cashews, rice malt syrup, and vanilla extract using a blender. This has to be left in the freezer for around an hour until they become more solid.
  • Once it is hard enough, scoop teaspoons of the mixture and roll them to form small-sized balls. Line them up over a tray with non-stick or grease-free paper.
  • Now you’re done preparing the filling, it’s time to get through the coating. Use a bain-marie or a container on top of a pan to melt the cocoa butter while whisking in the cocoa powder and rice malt syrup. Combine them well.
  • Just like deep-frying food, place the Spirulina cream balls into the chocolate mixture and start rolling them around until fully coated. Line the finished ones over the tray with the greaseless paper.
  • Once done, take them to the freezer for a good 45 minutes and serve cold. You and your children will surely enjoy them.

To get yourself a package of PuriSure’s very own Spirulina Powder, visit us at www.purisure.com. It’s time to make magic and create wondrous recipes in your kitchen.






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