Happy Saint Patrick’s Day everyone! We are feeling lucky today! How about you? In light of this fun holiday we wanted to share a special green recipe. Peppermint, Stevia Green Drink. It’s fantastic!
Peppermint, Stevia Green Drink
- 1 lb. wheat grass powder
- 1 lb. barley grass powder
- 1 lb. spirulina
- 1 lb. chlorella
- ¼ cup stevia powder (or to taste)
- 2 cups alfalfa powder
- 1 cup peppermint powder
- ½ cup acerola berry powder
NOTE: Be very careful to not breath in the powder while mixing. We wear a mask and recommend you do the same.
Combine all ingredients in a glass gallon jar. Mix, roll and/or shake really well. You want it mixed well so the peppermint and stevia are all throughout making it taste much better.
To use start with ¼ of a tsp. daily. And work up for there. We have found it can be detoxing so it’s best to start SLOWLY. You can work up to 1 Tbs. a day.
Now for our daily meal report.
Oatmeal and sourdough toast for breakfast. We like to add some chia seeds to the oatmeal to add some extra nutrition and fiber.
We had a nice big green salad for lunch. There are so many fun things to add to green salads we like to mix it up from time to time. We don’t always have all the ingredients all the same time but it ends up being okay because we can’t get too bored of the same old things. We simply use what we have in the fridge. Today we had some bacon we crumpled on top and adzuki beans. This is our first time trying adzuki beans and we really liked them. Check out our 85 Salad Fixin’s for some really good ideas!
Dinner tonight will be Squoodles and Spaghetti Squash With Marinara Sauce. We will be posting the recipe tomorrow so stay tuned! Update: You can now find that recipe HERE!
We hope you have had a great Saint Patrick’s Day so far and hope it just keeps getting better! If you are looking for a fun, nutritious, green recipe you might want to try out our Peppermint, Stevia Green Drink. It’s a winner! Also don’t forget to subscribe to get our fun recipes sent right to your email!
What are your favorite Saint Patrick’s Day traditions? Comment and let us know!