So simple and SUCH a money saver! At Whole Foods you can pay upwards of $50 for a small bag of "super food" powders! No joke! I made my own organic spinach green powder today! In the oven, bc I don't have a dehydrator. Put the oven on "warm" for about 2 hours and voila! Throw the crispy leaves into the food processor and I have my own green powder! I can't wait to get more amazing leafy greens to add to my collection.
Mom with a PREP | Do not let that pile of greens in your crisper drawer going bad shame you. Show them what for by dehydrating them and making this powerhouse of a powder to add more nutrition to your family meals!
Dehydrate Your Way to Green Powder | Sometimes, the growing mound of greens going unused in the crisper drawer of my fridge can get overwhelming. I know I can freeze them for smoothies down the road, but I have an even better way of preserving the them --
Have you ever wondering how to make matcha (aka finely ground green tea, traditionally served in Japan but it's even used at Starbucks!) Use a bamboo whisk to turn the emerald green powder and hot water into a foamy, frothy beverage! It's slightly tannic and grassy with water alone — so you can definitely add sugar, honey, agave as well as the milk of your choice to make it smoother and sweeter.
Vega Protein and Greens Powder Review (Chocolate, Tub) - I’ve attempted numerous types of protein powders, both whey and plant-based. I dislike soy protein. However most veggie proteins I’ve attempted don’t taste on a par with whey. Vega Protein and Greens Powder (Chocolate) one do. It tastes shockingly better than most whey proteins ...
Clean protein powder or 6 Ways to Add Clean Protein to Your Smoothie Without a Powder "Protein powders are helpful ways to add protein to your diet, but they’re not necessary to obtain enough of this important nutrient. Learn how to make a smoothie without protein powder with these protein-rich choices!"