What’s with this craze about Hemp Seeds? Are they similar to Chia Seeds? Are they different? Do I need to buy them? Well, let’s answer most of your questions in the following sentences. Hemp Seeds do have some benefits that are similar to Chia Seeds, but they also have their own unique benefits. Hemp Seeds are high in fibre and omegas, anti-inflammatory (always a good thing) and high in protein. They help with improving your brain and immune function and can help with weight loss. “How do I cook with Hemp Seeds?” you ask. Well, in a variety of different ways. You truly can incorporate them for breakfast, lunch and dinner without even realizing it. Check out these simple yet delicious recipes to get your creative hemp seed juices flowing!
This is hard to believe, but I actually just discovered the magic of avo-toast this morning. I think the Pink Himalayan Salt is what took it to the next level. Tomorrow, I’ll be sprinkling on some chia and hemp seeds for extra nutritional value.
Craving those banana muffins? Before you bake them, try out this recipe that is packed with benefits for your body!
You can gingerly try these…or you can enthusiastically dig in!
Who said chicken nuggets had to be bad for you?
Give me all the cheesecakes with nutritional value that won’t make me regret it later!
A quick snack to keep at your office desk or to throw in your purse for a day of shopping.
If you make this for lunch tomorrow, your lunch will be the envy of the office.
Feeling adventurous? Is the regular granola bar not doing it for you? Get a little crazy with some algae and hemp seeds.
Do you want to include hemp seeds in your supper? This recipe is the perfect, simple starter to falling in love with hemp seeds at supper time.
Greek food is delicious no matter how you cook it, but we are partial to this recipe because it has our new favorite food – hemp seeds!