Moringa Receipes

Moringa Recipes for American Dishes


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Fresh Leaves  Picked from your tree!
Enzymes, flavor, nutrition and tastes wonderful! Couldn't get any fresher than that!
Make hot tea  or add ice cubes for cold tea. It is really refreshing and helps get you going.
Add ginkgo tea or green tea to help you with some mental zip. Try cutting down on 
your coffee intake with Moringa tea with ginkgo.


Salads Fit For A King
Moringa fresh leaves are wonderful in any salad.
Add them to any salad as you would spinach leaves.
I make a salad out of Moringa, Spinach, red lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers,and mushrooms 
and it is great.
By the time I get through it is a filling dinner. 
You can also top the salad with sunflower seeds, or other seeds or nuts.

Boost the Nutrition in Your Sandwich

Put Moringa leaves in your sandwich instead of lettuce or in a hamburger instead of lettuce. Moringa leaves are more nutritious than any of your lettuces and taste delightful.
Add Moringa leaves to tuna which makes a awesome tuna spread for crackers or in a tortilla.Moringa to egg salad.   


Avocado  and Ranch Dips with Moringa Topping

Add Moringa powder to avocado or ranch dips to boost the nutritional value.
Add as a topping on Cottage Cheese


Soothing and Nutritious Tea

Steep leaves in boiling water for a few minutes. Then strain.
I sometimes add ginko or green tea as well to the Moringa tea.
You can either steep the fresh leaves or used the dried tea. 
The amount of dried tea depends on the strength that tastes good to you.
Great relaxing tea before bed to help you sleep. 
When you take it in the morning it gives you stamina and energy without caffeine.


Soups and Curry Dishes   

Traditional dishes may include a mixture of coconut, poppy seeds, and mustard.
Add Moringa leaves at the end of the cooking to preserve as much of the nutrients as possible.
Add Moringa leaves or powder to any soup after cooking to enhance the nutritional value.


Moringa / Coco No Bake Health Balls

Vanilla Wafers Ground into fine powder
Two tablespoons of Moringa powder
Two globs of chunky peanut butter to hold the mix together
1 tsp or more Mexican Hot Chocolate mix with cinnamon and spices.
1 to 2 tsp of sugar depending on taste or honey
Mix all of it together and roll into balls. You can make these less sweet or more 
sweet according to your taste. 
You could add chocolate chips to the balls.
It depends on how healthy you want them regarding the sugar and calories.

Another variation of cookie balls with Peanut Butter
Add Moringa to peanut butter, a tsp of honey, and ground nuts...roll into balls and they are yummy. 
chocolate chips or chocolate power as well. 
You can see how you like it....I love it.


4 comments:

  1. I have one failing. I do love a little chocolate every day...not junk chocolate but the good stuff. I don't over do it but it is one of my pleasures. I don't do soda, junk food, fast food, so this is my one mild vise. Most chocolate fixes are not good for you. They contain too much sugar, calories, wheat and other ingredients that do more harm than the good the chocolate does.

    I normally use Moringa powder in tea, juice, applesauce, yogurt or cottage cheese. So what about people who don't want the sugar, wheat or dairy products? What about those of us with a chocolate craving? I got this idea while taking a nap. I rest but often my mind goes a mile a min while my body rests. I wanted chocolate but not cookies...it is so easy to eat more than you should. I got a brain storm so got up to try it. My husband who is hard to please loved these too. So I am sharing this recipe with all my readers:

    Moringa, Peanut Butter, Dark Chocolate, No Bake Cookie Balls

    Put in a small bowl, one to two heaping tablespoons of natural crunchy peanut butter. You can also use almond butter or any other nut butter you prefer.

    Next add 1/2 tsp of honey

    Throw in a few dark chocolate chips

    Last add in from 2 teaspoons of Moringa Powder. Mix well.

    Roll the dough into a ball and roll in ground nuts. Put in the refrigerator for a few min or eat right then.

    This small recipe makes two to four Moringa cookie balls. Making them fresh takes 5 min and you won't eat too many at a sitting. They make a good afternoon snack or work for a serious chocolate attack.

    They do not need to be baked so you preserve the Moringa goodness. You get the added protein of the nut butter without the bread or crackers. It satisfies your chocolate craving in two cookie balls. A good serving of Moringa Powder per day is a couple of tablespoons. This is just one more way to take in the incredible goodness of Moringa leaves. My husband was doubtful but loves them. Neither one of us needed anything more for lunch. So now I get both Moringa and Chocolate in one yummy nutritious cookie ball.

    Try it...it tastes so good...and is extremely satisfying for chocolate lovers. I am very picky....most things with chocolate are not satisfying enough to take the craving away. I can eat chocolate chips by them selves and I don't like them...there is something missing for my taste buds. Please try them and let me know how you liked them!

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  2. Well I made a batch for the 4th of July
    Party today. two for everyone.I rooled them in fresh coconut flakes..I hope they will love them .. HAPPY INDAPENDENCE DAY to all...

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    1. Please let us know if you guests liked them...or just what was there response to something new. I eat them often when it is too hot to eat much else. I don't even add the chocolate. I just mix a small glob of crunchy peanut butter with Moringa powder and eat it. I am satisfied until dinner. I will have to buy some coconut flakes to try them that way. That is a great idea...Thank you for sharing.

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  3. Hello,
    I just read your article on the deceptions of Moringa being marketed to everyone. You mentioned that you sell the Moringa product. Do you now sell the right kind of Moringa that is totally clean and certified? If so, How do you sell it, how much is it and how can I get it?

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