Papaya Peanut Butter Sea-moss Shake

Our amazing God and Creator have blessed our planet with many fruits and vegetables. Unfortunately, I do not think we will be able to sample all of them in our lifetimes. However, we can most definitely enjoy as many of them as possible, and the best way to do so is at home in your kitchen. I love experimenting with my food. Since my family and I lead a plantbased lifestyle, I try to ensure that whenever I make a meal, smoothie, or shake, they get something bursting with not just flavors but also essential nutrients.

I have been experimenting with papaya for the past year, and I love how good it tastes when I make my shakes. It has a rich and smooth taste; not overpowering at all. Papayas are very nutritious and contain a high level of antioxidants, vitamins C, E, and A, among other benefits. On top of that, papayas are generally sweet and delicious, and I love their bright, cheerful color.

Recently I decided to combine several ingredients to make a “Papaya Peanut Butter Seamoss Shake,” and it tasted amazing. I have placed the recipe below for you to try for yourselves.

All my peanut butter lovers out there, hey! I love peanut butter because it kicks things up a notch. Shake is my favorite thing to add peanut butter in; oh so yummy.

Sea moss is high in vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and anti-inflammatory properties. Interestingly, many of us are deficient in this regard, and by adding sea moss to your meal, you could give your body all it needs.


2 cups frozen Papaya

One tablespoon of Peanut Butter

2 Tablespoons of Sea-moss

1-2 Cup Soy Milk (nut milk of choice)

3 tbsp Oatmeal

2 Medjool Dates (honey)

1 Ripe Banana

1tsp Vanilla


pinch pink salt

How to make

Add ingredients together and blend until the mixture becomes smooth and creamy.

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