Let’s address the big issues upfront … I’m a blue girl! I’ve always been drawn to it, so you can imagine my excitement spotting the dazzling effect made by this vivid blue product in my local cafe!
Blue Spirulina is derived from blue-green algae and rich in nutrients and anti inflammatory properties (FDA), hence a new super-food.
There is a downside, as it’s quite expensive. However at some whole food stores (The Source for Sydney locals) they allow you to purchase as little as one teaspoon, so give it try!
- 1 cup of almond or coconut milK
- 1 tbsp of coconut yoghurt
- 1 tsp of blue spirulina
- 1 x tbsp of wheatgerm or LSA
- 1 tsp of maple syrup
- Sprinkle of chia seeds
- Blitz all ingredients in a blender until combined.
Tip: Ensure milk is cold and in hot weather include a few ice cubes in the blitzing process!