NingXia Red is 25% NingXia Wolfberry puree. The puree includes the juice, pulp, and peel of the plant, which contain vitamins and minerals such as Vit C, Vit A, calcium, potassium, zinc, selenium, riboflavin (B2) and more. A puree allows you to also get fiber and protein. You need all of these things to maintain health.
A smoothie is a great way to start your morning. It’s fast, it’s an on-the-go type of meal, and it tastes good!
Here are two ways to make sure your breakfast smoothie is complete.
Add an ounce or two of NingXia Red.
Add two scoops of Young Living’s Protein Complete powder to make it a complete meal with 25 g of protein!
Anyone else have a slight addiction to energy bites? Perhaps I’m the only one but I don’t think so because a simple search on pinterest tells me everyone loves energy bites. I think they are loved so much because there isn’t any cooking involved and it’s a quick, easy, healthy snack! After making and falling in love with my most recent pinterest find, Healthy No Bake Energy Bites, I decided I wanted to give it a whirl and create my own.
1/4 c. Almond Butter (or Peanut Butter)
1/4 c. Young Living Ningxia Organic Dried Wolfberries
1 Scoop Young Living Chocolate Deluxe Pure Protein Complete
1/4 c. Organic Rolled Oats
1/3 c. Coconut Flakes
1/3 C. Almond Slivers
1/3 c. Raw Honey
The first step I am about to share isn’t a necessary step, but one we prefer to take. Place the wolfberries, rolled oats, coconut flakes and almond slivers in a food processor. Chop until your desired consistency. I love the taste of coconut but not so much the texture so I wanted it fine. I also like having my oats this way!
In a large bowl, mix ingredients from food processor with the remaining ingredients until well combined.
Roll into bite size balls. This recipe doesn’t make but a small mason jar full so feel free to double for more, especially if you plan on making larger balls. Place the balls on parchment paper or wax paper and put in the freezer for one hour!
You can either store these in the fridge or freezer, but I’m guessing they won’t need to be stored for long.