Almond butter and maple syrup hold these nut and seed bars together. Wrap individual bars in parchment paper for an on-the-go snack.
Maca Energy Bars by My Whole Food Life
Who would’ve thought to make salted caramel with dates and maca powder? This blogger did!
Almond Cacao Cookies with Salted Maca Caramel by This Rawsome Vegan Life
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.
Nourishing Nut & Seed Bread by Nutrition Stripped
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.
Chocolate Orange Goji Bites by Including Cake
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.
Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free Apple, Maca & Raisin Rice Flour Muffins by Elle Bakes
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.
Silky Choco-Hazelnut Smoothie by Hormones Balance
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.
Homemade Maca Apple Cider by The Healthy Apple
Glowing Sunshine Juice by Oh She Glows
I enjoyed your website, thanks for all the helpful smoothies ideas, i have Extremely low DHEA-S and and low Progesterone. Taking pills seems so dangerous with side effects. I need help re-balancing my Homocysteine, Total Testosterone and PHI
You are in the right place. Try watching Magdalena’s free workshop and learn all about how to balance hormones naturally through food. Here is the link to the free workshop: http://www.cookingforbalance.com. Please let me know if I can be of further help.
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Are these recipes ok for diabetics?
HI Jan, yes, absolutely! They are all dairy free, gluten free, egg free, no sugar, and anti-inflammatory, so they can work well for those with diabetes. HB Support