Sea moss smoothie recipes

Wellness Trend: Sea moss smoothie recipes – yes sea moss

Tuesday 14th Feb 2023 |

Sea moss is becoming a popular addition to people’s diets as it has a number of benefits. Sea moss is a type of seaweed, which is low in fat and calories whilst also being rich is vitamins such as iron, magnesium, and folate.

It is one of the best plant sources of omega-3 fatty acids and is packed with antioxidants, key for one’s health and can improve immune function keeping one energised.

There are many ways to take sea moss, some may just eat it straight off the spoon, but you can incorporate sea moss into your diet in a fun and tasty way.  

Jana Fritzsche, who teaches Nutritional Chef Classes for UK Healthy Living and Ageing Platform Goldster, shares two recipes for delicious sea moss smoothies that you can make at home. Jana works alongside, Nutritional Therapist Claudia LeFeuvreon creating specifically health focused recipes fordementiaand chronic disease prevention. 

Jana’s classes take place every Wednesday from 4pm to 5pm, if you want to learn more about sea moss or want to release your inner chef expertise, join Jana’s Nutritional Chef Class  

Mango Sea Moss Smoothie  

This sea moss smoothy is a natural wellness bomb. Containing over 92 minerals of 110 our body needs, it supports immunity, has pre-biotic properties that support gut health, is rich in potassium, magnesium, and antioxidants rich. It supports the health of your thyroid as well as weight loss. The list goes on, but I think, you got the drift….

Cook time: 5 mins 

Course: Breakfast, Snack 

Servings: 2 

Calories: 165 kcal 


·        Food Processor  

·        Bowl 

·        Chopping Board and Knife  



Sea Moss Gel  

·        1 cup dried sea moss 

·        1.5 cups water and extra for rinsing  


Smoothie Ingredients  

·        3/4 cup sea moss gel 

·        1 mango, ripe cut into chunks and frozen  

·        1 cup pineapple cut into chunks and frozen  

·        1 cup coconut water or non-dairy milk, such as oat, almond, etc  

·        1/2-inch Ginger grated, peel on for extra fibre  



To Make the Sea Moss Gel (if not using ready-made)  

1.      Rinse the sea moss well and soak in warm water for 12-24 hrs  

2.      Rinse again and add to a blender  

3.      Add 1.5 cups of water and blend to a smooth gel  

To Make the Smoothie 

1.      Add all ingredients to a blender and blend until smooth  

2.      Serve in a glass 

3.      Store in the fridge in a sealed bottle for up to 3 days.  


Tip: Add raspberries or blueberries, bananas, or apples 

        Add cinnamon, Chia seeds or turmeric 

Spiced Sea Moss Smoothie 

This delicious and creamy spiced smoothie combines the flavours of the Caribbean. But it’s many health benefits are even more impressive. Rich in antioxidants, vitamin C, magnesium, calcium, amino acids, iodine and so much more. Its benefits include cardiovascular support, reducing blood sugar, supporting the immune system and aiding weight loss.  


Cook time: 10 mins 

Course: Breakfast, Drink, Snack 

Servings: 2 

Calories: 145 kcal 


·        Food Processor  



·        250 ml Water 

·        4 tbsp Irish Sea Moss Gel 

·        200 ml coconut milk or you can use oat, almond or dairy milk instead  

·        1 piece ginger 1/2-inch sized piece, grated, peel on for extra fibre  

·        1/2 tsp turmeric powder  

·        6 dates pitted and soaked  

·        1 banana chopped and frozen  

·        1 pinch clove ground  

·        1/2 tsp cinnamon powder 



1.      Add all ingredients to a blender and blend until smooth  

2.      Keep in the fridge in a bottle for up to 3 days  


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