Julie Morris

Julie Morris

www.juliemorris.net
Los Angeles, CA / Los Angeles-based natural food chef, cooking show host, and author of SUPERFOOD KITCHEN and SUPERFOOD SMOOTHIES. Learn more at JulieMorris.net.
Julie Morris
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Upgrade Your Halloween Game With This Superfood Treat

This deliciously low-sugar spooky recipe takes full advantage of spirulina’s cool green hue.

Tucked beneath a very convincing ice cream-like flavor, a wealth of beneficial spinach awaits you in this smoothie. It’s so good it almost makes a person wonder why spinach isn’t used in all minty treats. I love how the cacao nibs provide a bit of dark-chocolate crunch without being overpowering.

Mint Chip: 2 cups frozen spinach 2 cups frozen bananas cup raw cashews 3 tbsp cacao nibs 2 tbsp (packed) fresh mint leaves, minced 1 tsp vanilla extract 2 cups rice milk (original variety) cup coconut water tsp chlorella Sweetener, to taste (optional)

The best of both worlds: all the creamy goodness of an acai bowl, blended with chocolate (!) for an irresistible melting pot of flavor. Added protein makes this smoothie bowl extra satisfying long-term.

When it comes to eating, for whatever reason, some people gravitate more toward forks, and some people lean more towards spoons. Quite early on in life, I discovered I was a “spoon person.” Forks are just too delicate for me – I like .

Bright and tropical, the base of this visually show-stopping bowl goes with almost any type of fruit, but some particularly excellent pairings include pineapple, fresh berries, goji’s.

Bright and tropical, the base of this visually show-stopping bowl goes with almost any type of fruit, but some particularly excellent pairings include pineapple, fresh berries, goji’s. Makes 1 bowl/serving 5 large pieces

There are many borderline magical flavor combinations in the world, and in my option, lemon and coconut easily earn their spot on that best-of list. This creamy blend tastes almost like a cheesecake, and thanks to its balance of quality protein, greens, minerals, and healthy fats, you’ll find this smoothie makes an energizing meal replacement.

Creamy and delicious lemon coconut smoothie made with Hawaiian Spirulina. Created by superfood chef, Julie Morris

There’s many places in life to hold back – fresh herbs are not one of them. Herbs straight from the garden (or even just the produce section at the market … shhh I won’t tell if you won’t) spruce up just about anything there’re put into, with their clean, bright flavors and negligible calories.

There’s many places in life to hold back – fresh herbs are not one of them. Herbs straight from the garden (or even just the produce section at the market … shhh I won’t tell if you won’t) spruce up just about anything there’re put .

If you’re looking to “green-up” your diet, you’re in luck: the world of green foods is expanding.

If you’re looking to “green-up” your diet, you’re in luck: the world of green foods is expanding.

The Greatness of Eating Green!

If you’re looking to “green-up” your diet, you’re in luck: the world of green foods is expanding.

Cherry Almond Barley Porridge... Oh my!

Warm, soft, and with a little bit of chew, this slightly sweet and milky porridge is likely to become a new favorite.