Enjoy the incredible benefits of sea moss with this delicious Blueberry Almond Sea Moss Smoothie! This smoothie contains highly nutritious ingredients that are packed with antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals! Start your day with this smoothie, or enjoy it as a mid-day treat or post-workout snack!
If you enjoy adding sea moss to your smoothies, you’ll definitely want to check out our Soursop Smoothie, Super Algae Spirulina Smoothie, or Chocolate Raspberry Sea Moss Smoothie recipe next! We love all things sea moss and enjoy finding delicious ways to incorporate it into our food. Check out our Cooking With Sea Moss Cookbook for 50+ plant-based recipes that contain sea moss!
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Sea Moss (also called Irish Moss) is a type of algae native to the Atlantic shorelines of the Caribbean Islands, North America, Europe. It is an incredible superfood that detoxifies the body, helps boost the immune system, and aids in digestive health! Awareness of sea moss is becoming more prevalent as people are learning about the superfood and its many benefits!
Did you know that it contains 92 of the 102 minerals that our bodies need like zinc, iodine, iron, and more!
Sea Moss has many benefits! Here are just a few:
- Great source of vegan/plant-based collagen
- May aid in weight loss (source)
- Contains prebiotics and may promote gut health (source)
- May promote heart health (source)
- Boost immune system (Great to take when sick)
If you want to learn more about Sea Moss, including how to prepare it, check out my post here: Sea Moss Benefits + How To Prepare Sea Moss Gel
Here’s What You Need To Make This Blueberry Almond Sea Moss Smoothie
- Blueberries: Use frozen blueberries for the best smoothie results/consistency. Blueberry Benefits: High in vitamin K, vitamin C, fiber, and potatssium. High in antioxidants that help to reduce inflammation . Also, may help reduce blood pressure and improve cholesterol (source)
- Banana: Use frozen banana. It helps to make the smoothie creamy. Bananas are high in potassium and fiber. They also contain a high amount of prebiotics that help improve gut health. (source)
- Sea Moss: You only need 1-2 tbsp per serving. This smoothie recipe makes 2 smoothies so feel free to add 2-4 tbsp sea moss gel.
- Almond Milk: Use any non-dairy milk of your preference. I like to use Plain Unsweetened Almond Milk. If you’re up to it, you can make your own oat milk in 5 minutes with this recipe: How To Make Oat Milk From Scratch
- Almond Butter: Helps to make the smoothie creamy and provides a bit more protein. One tablespoon of plain, unsalted almond butter contains 3.4 grams of protein. (source)
How To Make A Sea Moss Smoothie
Making a sea moss smoothie is super easy! Simply grab a high-powered blender and combine the ingredients until smooth! You can adjust the consistency of your smoothie by adding more non-dairy milk to make it creamier and smooth or adding more frozen fruit to make it thicker.
The recommended amount of sea moss gel to take daily is 1-2 tablespoons or 4 to 8 grams. Sea moss is high in iodine, so you do not want to consume too much.
Add 1-2 tbsp sea moss gel to your smoothie per serving. It does not take much to enjoy the benefits of sea moss!
One of the easiest and most popular ways to consume sea moss is by making it into a gel and adding the gel to smoothies, teas, coffee, salad dressings, ice cream, soups, and sauces!
I love adding sea moss to my dishes when cooking! In my Cooking With Sea Moss Cookbook, I share over 50 Vegan recipes that have the option to add sea moss! You can check it out here: Cooking With Sea Moss | Amazon.
You can take a spoonful or two of sea moss gel on its own, but keep in mind does have a seaweed taste when eaten raw. However, the taste of sea moss is completely undetectable when mixed with other ingredients in drinks or cooking.
If you are looking for the best sea moss smoothie recipe, you’ve found it! This sea moss smoothie is nourishing, delicious, creamy, and easy to make! If you are looking for more ways to enjoy sea moss, check out these recipes:
- 5 Different Ways To Use Sea Moss Gel
- Carrot Ginger Turmeric Smoothie with Sea Moss!
- How To Make Fruit Infused Sea Moss Gel | Vegan + Alkaline
- Elderberry Sea Moss Gummies Recipe with Bladderwrack
- Blueberry Chia Sea Moss Jam
- Easy Sea Moss Chocolate Bark | Vegan
- How To Boil Sea Moss To Make Sea Moss Gel
I hope you enjoy this Blueberry Sea Moss Smoothie Recipe!
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Sea Moss Smoothie
- 2 cups Frozen Blueberries
- 1 Frozen Banana, peeled
- 2 tbsp Plain, Unsalted Almond Butter
- 2-4 tbsp Sea Moss Gel
- 1 1/2 cup Almond Milk, or Non-dairy milk of choice
- Add all the ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth. You can adjust the consistency of your smoothie by adding more non-dairy milk to make it creamier and smooth or adding more frozen fruit to make it thicker.
- Enjoy immediately.
These sea moss smoothies are not only delicious, they’re beautiful! I made mine with half the amount of blueberries and pink pitaya to make it super bright and gorgeous.
That sounds like a lovely combo! Thanks for leaving a review, Marta!
The color of this sea moss smoothie is stunning! It is also very delicious. I need to incorporate sea moss more into my diet with your amazing recipes.
Isn’t it so pretty! And it’s so tasty too! Thanks for leaving a review
I’ve been making this smoothie a few times a week and feel amazing. It tastes delicious and the color is just gorgeous. Definitely a favorite!
Hi Jessica! I am happy you enjoy the recipe! Thanks for leaving a review 🙂
This was super yummy to have and I now have it on rotation in my home every morning! Thanks to your blog and book, I now know and enjoy sea moss in my meals!
I am so happy to hear it!! Thank you, Kaluhi!
I’m late to the sea moss party, but I just recently discovered all of its health benefits. I don’t particularly enjoy the texture of sea moss, so when I came across your recipe I was happy to make this smoothie. Not only was it beautiful to look at, but it was delicious too!
Never too late Marcus! I am glad you like the smoothie!
This is one of my favorite smoothies as of late. So simple and tasty and I feel good about drinking it! Thank you.
You’re Welcome 🙂
I feel so good drinking this smoothie after my morning runs! Thanks for the recipe!
You’re welcome, Sade! I am glad you like the smoothie!
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