Spirulina is a key ingredient when it comes to detoxifying, due to the incredible complexity of its nutritional profile. Along with antioxidants and minerals, spirulina also contains quality protein, the hard-to-find vitamin B12, and chlorophyll, making it an exceptional food for oxygenating your cells and helping them to detoxify. It also has anti-inflammatory properties, thanks to its high content of essential fatty acids, being one of the very few foods rich with natural gamma linoleic acid (GLA). Plus its deep green color will make these little snacks look amazing!Print
1 cup rolled oats
½ cup sunflower seeds
1 tbsp raw almond butter
1 tsp organic raw spirulina, plus extra for coating
2 tsp raw cacao powder
2 tsp coconut oil
½ cup dry pitted dates, soaked in purified water for at least one hour
Add the rolled oats and sunflower seeds into a food processor and pulse to obtain a fine grind.
Add the almond butter, drained dates, coconut oil cacao powder, spirulina, and process to incorporate.
Shape the sticky mixture into little balls, add them into an airtight food container and refrigerate for at least 30 minutes before serving.