Outfit: Aritzia

 

instructions

Option 1:
Mix all of the dry ingredients together in a bowl . In separate bowl combine Mint, coconut oil and maple syrup, mix well. Pack the mixture into a tablespoon – then slide it out and place on a plate. Repeat 8- 9 more times. Place the macaroons in the fridge for 10 minutes or until the cookies are solid. Enjoy cold or at room temperature. Store the macaroons in an air-tight container in the fridge for up to 2 weeks.

Option 2:
Mix all of the dry ingredients together in a bowl except goji berries, Matcha and
spirulina. Mix in coconut oil and maple syrup mix well. Keep 1/4 cup of mixture and add goji berries to 1/4 cup coconut mixture. Process and set aside. Add remains mixture with Matcha and spirulina and mint E.O.
Pack the match mint mixture into a tablespoon – then slide it out and place on a plate. Repeat 8-9 more times.

Option 3:
Roll small balls with goji base and stick into macaroons, pinch shut. Dip macaroons into melted chocolate 1/3 way in, place on parchment and let dry. Store the macaroons in an air-tight container in the fridge for up to 2 weeks.
 

ingredients

1 cup finely shredded dehydrated coconut
1/2 cup almond flour
2 tsp spirulina
4 tbs Matcha powder
4 drops pure mint E.O.
9 tablespoons melted coconut oil
1/2 tsp fine sea salt
4 tbs maple syrup

What you'll need:

Cutting board
spoon
measuring cup
measuring spoons
food processor
bowls
pot
chocolate
spoons
pan
parchment

 
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health benefits of matcha

  • Is packed with antioxidants including the powerful EGCg
  • Boosts metabolism and burns calories
  • Detoxifies effectively and naturally
  • Calms the mind and relaxes the body
  • Is rich in fiber, chlorophyll and vitamins
  • Enhances mood and aids in concentration
  • Provides vitamin C, selenium, chromium, zinc and magnesium
  • Prevents disease
  • Lowers cholesterol and blood sugar
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matcha facts

Matcha green tea originated in Japan, and because the entire leaf is ingested in powder form, it is the most potent green tea in the world. In Japanese “cha” means tea, and “ma” means powder, thus the word matcha translates literally as powdered green tea.

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