Hemp Recipes – 11 ways to enjoy delicious, nutritious hemp seeds!

If you’re looking for Hemp Recipes to help you add these delicious, nutritious seeds to your daily diet, you’ve come to the right place!

Hemp Recipes

Hemp seed hearts are an excellent way to add an abundance of nutrients to your daily diet. These tiny, tasty seeds are loaded with health benefits. No other plant offers such a rich source of digestible protein and the essential fatty acids necessary for optimal health. Hemp seed hearts also contain vitamin E, calcium, iron, magnesium, zinc, and potassium.

Hemp seed hearts contain no cholesterol, no sodium, no trans-fat and are gluten free. They have a delightful nutty flavour and are delicious on salads, cereals, yogurt or cooked grains. You can simply sprinkle them on top of your favourite cereal, fruit or yogurt for breakfast, or get creative with some hemp recipes!

Click here to find 11 easy recipes to choose from.

Hemp Recipes – Hungry? Eat hemp!

A new event that will showcase chefs and their Hemp Recipes will take place in Christchurch, New Zealand, and it’s the first of its kind.

If you think hemp can get you high, think again. But can hemp quench your hunger? Absolutely! Hemp is a highly nutritious food, loaded with vitamins, nutrients and protein. Hemp is also a balanced source of Omega-6 and Omega-3 essential fatty acids.

The world’s first Hemp Food Week is inspired by hemp advocate, Guido Leoffler, who recognizes hemp as the most important plant on the planet. The event will both raise awareness and celebrate the industrious – and tasty – plant.

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Hemp Recipes – Pumpkin pancakes that pack a protein punch

’Tis the season for pumpkin-eating, and we’ve got something healthy and tasty to add to your collection of Breakfast Hemp Recipes!

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Packed with protein and healthy fats – and full of flavour – pumpkin pancakes are the ideal breakfast  after your morning work-out. Pumpkin offers plenty of health benefits. They’re a good source of fibre and promote healthy digestion. Eating pumpkin can help boost your immune system, thanks to their healthy dose of vitamin C. They’re also low in calories and high in protein.

This pancake recipe packs a protein punch with the addition of hemp seed hearts, which are 33 percent digestible pure protein. Hemp seed hearts are also a balanced source of Omega-6 and Omega-3 essential fatty acids.

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Hemp Recipes – Healthy nut alternative for school-friendly snacks

With back-to-school days just around the corner, it’s the perfect time to stock up on some healthy Hemp Recipes. Hemp seed hearts are an ideal substitute for nuts, to make your favourite snack recipes school-friendly.

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Hemp seed hearts have a delicious nutty flavour, and they’re healthy and nutritious, too. Hemp has been classified in the superfood group, and for good reason! It’s an excellent source of iron, magnesium, zinc, potassium, and calcium. It’s a rich source of vitamin E, and high in both protein and fibre. It’s also sodium and cholesterol free.

Dietician Alison Friesen has a great peanut-free recipe for back-to-school granola bars. Add hemp seed hearts to this recipe for a boost of nutrition that will help keep your kids full longer during their school day.

Click here for Alison’s Go-To Granola Bar.

Hemp Recipes – Small, but densely nutritious

If you’re on the lookout for nutritious plant-based meals, be sure to stock up on some Hemp Recipes. Hemp seeds may be small, but they’re packed with nutrients.

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Hemp seeds are an excellent source of vitamins and minerals, and heroes when it comes to healthy monounsaturated, polyunsaturated and saturated fats. They are also a balanced source of Omega-6 and Omega-3 essential fatty acids. 

Not sure how to add hemp seeds to your daily diet? Sprinkle them over your breakfast cereal in the morning, or add them to your trail mix for a boost of energy and nutrition!

Hemp seeds are the perfect alternative for nut-free butters. They have a delicious nutty flavour. Sprinkle them on your salad, in your soup, or over any meal.

You can add hemp seeds to your favourite recipes, or click here to discover some new ones! (Check out #3 and #11).

Hemp Recipes – A new cookbook to heal your heart and boost your health

A new vegan cookbook has hit the shelves and it includes some delicious-looking Hemp Recipes that provide the perfect plant-based protein.

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Hemp Seed Hearts

Becky Hunt of Minneapolis has a story to tell that is both tragic and inspirational. The result is her brilliant cookbook creation, ‘Vegan Morning Noon & Night’. It is loaded with delicious vegan recipes, many of which include Hemp Seed Hearts.

Hemp Seed Hearts are an excellent alternative to meat protein. In fact, no other plant offers such a rich source of digestible protein. They’re also rich in vitamin E, magnesium, as well as Omega-3 and Omega-6 – the essential fatty acids.

One of the greatest challenges of eating vegan is to give up cheese. Hunt’s cookbook offers some recipes for foods that we all love, like mac and cheese and pizza. She even has a recipe for parmesan cheese.

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Hemp Recipes – Eat healthy, eat hemp!

One can never have too many Hemp Recipes, especially granola bar recipes. They’re a perfect grab-and-go breakfast or afternoon snack and they’re healthy to boot!

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Crunchy and sweet means the kids will love them, so why not throw a healthy bar into their lunch pack? Hungry but in a rush? Grab a granola bar to satisfy your hunger and boost your energy!

Hemp granola bars are especially convenient and healthy. Healthy, because hemp seeds are loaded with protein, vitamins and minerals, and they contain the perfect balance of the two essential fatty acids, omega-6 and omega-3. Convenient because the high protein will keep you feeling full for hours!

Click here to find the delicious recipe.

Hemp Recipes – Healthy hemp energy balls will jump start your afternoon

Whether you’re busy working out or just busy working, adding some on-the-go Hemp Recipes to your recipe collection will give you an energy – and nutritional – boost!

Hemp Energy Balls are easy to make, easy to travel with, and a convenient and healthy way to revitalise yourself during the day. And making your own snacks means you’re not ingesting mystery ingredients found in store-bought products.

These nutritious, tasty treats are loaded with goodness. The combination of oatmeal, peanut butter and hemp seed hearts make for a filling snack that’ll keep you feeling full for hours.

Hemp seed hearts are especially nutritious. They provide vitamin E, calcium, iron, magnesium, zinc, and potassium, and they’re 33% digestible pure protein to boot!

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Hemp Recipes – Meatless meatballs with hemp

Your collection of Hemp Recipes is not complete without this delicious meatless meatball recipe! It’s dairy free, gluten free, sugar free, while being high in protein and healthy carbs. It’s the perfect vegan meatball to top off your veggie spaghetti sauce. They’d also be great in a sub!

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These beautifully textured vegan veggie balls are tasty and moist, and are loaded with healthy ingredients.

The recipe was created by Larice Feuerstein, author of the plant-based food blog, Feeding Your Beauty. It is one of her many whole-food based recipes.

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Hemp Recipes – Add heaps of nutrition to your busy day with these Nutty Coconut Hemp Balls

If you’re looking for delicious and nutritious snack recipes, then check out some Hemp Recipes today, starting with these Nutty Coconut Hemp Balls.

They make a perfect snack during a busy day. They’re low in carbs, but high in healthy fats and nutrients.

The addition of hemp seed hearts adds one of nature’s richest sources of protein, vitamin E, magnesium, and Omega-3 and Omega-6 (the essential fatty acids).

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Give yourself a healthy and nutritious treat. Your body will thank you!

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