Chia seeds were part of the basic survival ration of Aztec warriors for their long journeys, keeping their cells nourished and hydrated. These days, I think we are all modern day warriors, fighting the elements constantly to stay healthy in a largely stressful and toxic world. Chia seeds are high in fiber, have twice the protein of any other seed or grain, five times the calcium of milk, and contain boron which is trace mineral that helps transfer calcium into your bones, as well as omega 3 and omega 6 essential oils! This smoothie provides an amazing amount of energy (perhaps from the raw cacao) who needs coffee when you start your day like a warrior!?! Superfood express...
1 Cup Chocolate Hemp Milk
1/2 Cup CULTURED coconut milk
1 tbs Chia Seeds
1 tbs Raw Cacao Nibs
1 tbs Goji Berries
1 tbs Bee Pollen (optional, exclude if vegan)
1 med size banana
1 scoop Mega Green Mix or blue green algae or wheat grass
1/2-1 tsp medicated cannabis coconut oil (if desired)
This recipe is what I would like to call a happy accident. While my girlfriend and I were attempting to re-create my medicated coconut bars, we left out one key ingredient, the condensed milk, which holds the bars together like glue. No glue means serious graham cracker crumble action. Turns out, the crumble is WAY delicious and versatile. I have used it in dishes for breakfast and dessert. Sprinkle it on top of ice cream, yogurt, mix it with granola, top your cereal, french toast, or pancakes. Click "Read More" for fruit parfait recipe.
This is a fun recipe for Superbowl Sunday or any kind of get together with friends. The best part is, that it is easy to make and it's serving container is edible! I recommend making a bread bowl by hollowing out a nice dense piece of peasant bread, which is a practical and tasty way to serve your dip. The the bread will absorb all the delicious cheesy flavors.
Ingredients: (Makes 20-25)
In large mixing bowl…mix! Once all oats are sewn nicely into a chocolatey gooey coat, we’re good to go. Now, put the whole bowl in the freezer, 10-15 min perhaps. The goal is to get the stuff form-able. About 1tbsp per ball. As with all Ganga Ballz I’ve formed thus far, if you have little to no interest in interplanetary transpo during the hand formation of such goods, you might use thin plastic gloves to avoid more and more cannabinoids in every pore. Sadly, it is already hard enough to perfect the consistency of these bad ballz n adding the element of gloves shifts it to near impossibility. Happily, you will be so rocked off your ass before the batch is even near done.