Almond butter and maple syrup hold these nut and seed bars together. Wrap individual bars in parchment paper for an on-the-go snack.
Who would’ve thought to make salted caramel with dates and maca powder? This blogger did!
Have you ever had a smoothie in a bowl? The mango and almond milk (or try coconut milk) blend into a nice, creamy consistency, so bananas are not needed in this recipe. What a great idea to add some warmed fruit on top, and it’s finished off with some roasted almonds. Yum!
Maca is the perfect addition to granola. If you are avoiding oats, substitute the same amount of seeds and chopped nuts.
Here is a lovely way to use lavender flowers in a recipe. Serve with a hearty chicory latte.
Made with several different kinds of seeds, this high-fiber bread is a good option for if you are using seed rotation to help balance your hormones.
Aren’t these snack squares pretty? Here is another easy dairy-free and gluten-free raw recipe that has TWO superfoods — goji berries AND maca!
Rice flour replaces wheat in this lightly sweetened muffin. Some say that maca tastes a little like butterscotch, so it’s a good addition to this recipe.
These gluten-free, dairy-free waffles give you a boost of vitamin C from, of all foods, spaghetti squash! Vitamin C is another important nutrient that helps to balance hormones. Enjoy the savory waffles as a replacement for bread in a sandwich, or top the sweet version with some berries or preserves.
Rich cacao butter and rose water are the secret ingredients in this gluten-free, dairy-free and egg-free raw cheesecake.
This decadent smoothie gets its creaminess from coconut butter and is lightly sweetened with dates. Add the hazelnuts and it’s like having a healthy version of Nutella in a glass.
This recipe proves that smoothies aren’t the only beverages in which you can add maca. Try this citrus-y apple cider recipe – the cinnamon and vanilla complement the maca perfectly.