Superfood powders have been trending for years, and many of them for good reasons. Whilst we can certainly get the full spectrum of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants from a varied and mostly plant-based diet, these flavourful powders play both a tasty and nutritious role when it comes to “spicing up” your diet. In lieu of listing off the benefits of each nutrient and leaving you to come up with ideas for how to serve them, here is a compilation of Superfood Drinks Recipes to transform your health:
Drinks recipes for juices, teas, golden milk, healthy hot chocolate, and more.
Invented by Dave Asprey, owner of Bulletproof Executive, to “supercharge your brain function and create effortless fat loss with no cravings,” Bulletproof Coffee is basically a cup of black coffee with butter and either MCT oil or coconut oil mixed in. Sounds gross? Yet it is actually delicious! BPC works for those who don’t have time for breakfast, practise intermittent fasting or simply don’t like eating in the morning. It will keep you full and energised for hours.
Kombucha is a fantastic way to supplement your probiotic intake and is very easy to prepare. The SCOBY (symbiotic culture of bacteria and yeast) is responsible for the fermentation process. This converts the tea solution into a carbonated beverage rich in B vitamins, enzymes and probiotics. Ingredients 1 large glass jar 1 material cloth plus …
Here is a recipe for a super immune boosting remedy that you can make at home using simple ingredients (that should be) found in your kitchen.
The two main ingredients – honey and turmeric – are responsible for the golden colour: A beautiful combination that also has powerful anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and anticancer properties.
What’s a juice-smoothie you ask? Well, the name is pretty self-explanatory… you start out by making a fresh vegetable juice then use this as the base for a smoothie. This recipe is a low carb, nutrient dense, green juice-smoothie that will help kick your health into high gear!
(Low Carb, Paleo, Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Sugar Free)
This hot chocolate recipe is dairy-free, sugar-free, soy-free, paleo, gluten-free. Finally a homemade hot chocolate recipe that is utterly decadent but wonderfully healthy too! Ingredients 1 cup coconut milk 2 cups almond milk* (or extra coconut milk) 3 Tbsps raw honey 3 heaped Tbsps cacao powder 1 tsp vanilla powder pinch of salt 1 Tbsp …