Enjoy the Benefits of Flavored Sea Moss Gel

Sea moss is a powerhouse of nutrients, and what if I told you that you can enjoy it in a delicious fruit-infused gel? Yes, you read that right! Fruit-infused sea moss gel is the ultimate way to savor the benefits of sea moss. Unlike traditional methods that require blending sea moss into smoothies or drinks, this gel takes on the flavors of the fruits it’s blended with. So, you can simply grab a spoonful right out of the jar and indulge in a tasty treat that’s packed with nutrients. It’s like fruit-flavored applesauce, but way more extraordinary! And the best part? You only need four ingredients to make this alkaline, vegan, naturally sweetened, and gluten-free gel. Let’s dive in!

2 mango fruit infused sea moss gels and 1 strawberry fruit infused sea moss gel

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Why You Will Love This Fruit-Infused Sea Moss Gel Recipe

Let’s get straight to the point. Here are some reasons why this recipe will become your new favorite:

  • It’s filled with AMAZING nutrients from the sea moss (92 of the 102 minerals our bodies need!!)
  • It’s vegan and alkaline, promoting a healthy lifestyle.
  • It’s naturally sweetened, meaning no processed sugars are involved.

Now, here comes the exciting part: YOU CAN EAT THIS FRUIT-INFUSED SEA MOSS RIGHT OUT OF THE JAR! That’s right, no need to mix it into anything. Just grab a spoon and indulge in this delightful treat!

2 mango fruit infused sea moss gels and 1 strawberry fruit infused sea moss gel

Sea Moss Benefits

Before we jump into the recipe, let’s talk about why sea moss is so incredible:

  • Sea moss is rich in amino acids, vitamin C, vitamin A, omega-3 fatty acids, antioxidants, and minerals.
  • It contains 92 of the 102 minerals that our bodies need, including zinc, iodine, and iron.
  • Its mucilaginous properties help soothe the mucus membranes in the body and eliminate excess mucus.
  • Sea moss acts as a prebiotic, promoting digestive health by getting rid of bad bacteria in the gut.
  • It’s fantastic for your skin, improving conditions like eczema, psoriasis, and acne outbreaks.
  • Sea moss aids in weight loss and helps improve metabolism.

Are you starting to understand why sea moss is so popular? It truly is a remarkable natural ingredient.

Ingredients needed to make fruit-infused sea moss gel: alkaline water, dates, frozen fruit, soaked sea moss

How To Make Fruit Infused Sea Moss Gel?

Now that you’re eager to try this gel, let’s go through the simple steps to make it at home:

  1. Clean and Soak the Raw Sea Moss: Check out my post and step-by-step video on how to prepare your sea moss for making sea moss gel here.
  2. Gather Your Ingredients: Once your sea moss has soaked for at least 12-24 hours, gather the remaining ingredients for the gel. If you’re using frozen fruit, make sure to let it thaw before using. Also, soak the dates for at least 30 minutes beforehand.
  3. Blend until Smooth: In a high-powered blender (like the Vitamix 5200 Blender Professional-Grade), transfer all the ingredients and blend until smooth. Start on low speed and gradually increase to the highest setting. Let the blender work its magic!
  4. Refrigerate and Thicken: Transfer the sea moss gel into an airtight container or mason jar, and refrigerate. After approximately 2 hours, the gel will thicken to perfection.

Important to Note: When blending your sea moss gel, start with 1 cup of water and add more based on your desired consistency.

Spoonful of mango-infused sea moss gel to show texture

Common Questions/FAQs

Let’s address some common questions you might have about this incredible fruit-infused sea moss gel:

Fruit Infused Sea moss Gel with Mango and strawberry option. Vegan Alkaline Gluten Free Naturally Sweetened. With a close-up of a spoonful of mango-infused sea moss gel

How Much Sea Moss Gel Should I Put In My Smoothies? (How much Sea Moss To Take Daily?)

The recommended amount of sea moss gel to ingest daily is 1 to 2 tablespoons or 4 to 8 grams. Feel free to adjust it according to your taste and preferences.

What Sea Moss Do I Use?

There are several species of seaweed commonly referred to as sea moss. The most popular ones are Chondrus Crispus, Genus Gracilaria, and Eucheuma Cottonii. In this recipe, I use Chondrus Crispus.

Fruit Infused Sea moss Gel with Mango and strawberry option. Vegan Alkaline Gluten Free Naturally Sweetened

I Hope You Enjoy This Fruit Infused Sea Moss Gel Recipe!

I can’t wait for you to try this delicious and nutrient-packed gel. If you decide to give it a go, don’t forget to rate the recipe and share your thoughts in the comments below. I love receiving your feedback and seeing my recipes come to life in your kitchens.

Oh, and before you go, make sure to check out these other sea moss-related posts:

  • 5 Different Ways To Use Sea Moss Gel
  • Blueberry Sea Moss Smoothie
  • Elderberry Sea Moss Gummies with Bladderwrack
  • Blueberry Chia Sea Moss Jam
  • Carrot Ginger Sea Moss Smoothie
  • 16 Healthy Superfood Smoothies To Jumpstart Your Day
  • Chocolate Raspberry Sea Moss Smoothie
  • How To Boil Sea Moss To Make Sea Moss Gel

Now, grab your spoon and indulge in the goodness of flavored sea moss gel!

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