COLLAGEN PEPTIDES Recipes (Matcha Latte + Freezer Fudge) | Thrive Market
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My almond butter is gassy.
Very functional but hilarious to watch come out.
Today we’re gonna talk about something very serious…
I love using collagen in a lot of different ways. I put it in my smoothies,
I put it in my chia seed pudding, but people are not sure how to use it,
what types to use,
so I’m gonna give you a little rundown.
I’ve used a couple of different kinds and I know what I like what I’m looking for.
I want the hair, the skin, the nails…
I want to look like a baby. Forever.
So, if I need to bathe in this or ingest all of it, I will do that.
This also helps with your gut, with your joints, gives it a little boost.
Probably the one you maybe see most often is this Great Lakes.
Neocell. I really like this one.
The thing about the Thrive grass-fed collagen peptides,
they come in these little guys! You can pop it in your purse, add it to your coffee.
Down it. I don’t know. But these are just easy for traveling or, you know,
when you need your collagen fix as we all do.
So Great Lakes, Neocell, and the grass-fed Thrive brand,
They’re all bovine, which is cow. There’s also marine and there’s also chicken, so there’s different options.
You can put in coffee. It really is tasteless.
Today I’m going to show you how to make two recipes with collagen, starting with my matcha latte.
This is one of my favorite recipes because it tastes like a milkshake. I’m not even kidding.
You get the antioxidants and the boost of energy from the matcha.
You get the collagen so you feel better, you feel like you’re doing something healthy.
You may have seen matcha lattes at Starbucks.
I’ve been making these for a long time. I’m not gonna say that I’ve made it first,
but I’ve been making them for a long time and it’s also, it’s cheaper just to make it at your house,
and you can control how much sweetener you put in it.
I like to use maple syrup. You could use honey, you can do stevia, you can use Swerve, whatever you like.
And it’s also paleo.
Start with some almond milk, unsweetened. If you have homemade, that’s great, too.
Vanilla extract. You know what it kind of reminds me of?
A shamrock shake at McDonald’s. It’s naturally green from the matcha.
I’m not even kidding.This tastes like a milkshake.
And it does bring a lot of boys to the yard, and I’m always like, it’s better than yours.
You know what? I mean?
Maple syrup, as much or as little as you like.
Now to the collagen.
So I like to do one scoop, which I think is the recommended
suggested serving size.
And then I have some matcha.
I like this one from Thrive because it’s a little more mellow. It’s not so bitter.
So add about a teaspoon to a teaspoon and a half.
There is caffeine in here.
And it turns it this pretty green color!
Let’s blend it up.
You may be wondering why I’m making this in a blender.
I want to make sure the collagen and the matcha are fully combined and there’s no lumps of anything.
Do I have a mustache? I mean, besides my regular mustache?
It’s light, it’s creamy. I already feel amped to do so many things on this matcha.
My hair, I feel like just grew five inches.
My nails are so strong. Thank you, collagen!
I hope you make this, it’s delicious. But onto our next recipe, which is fudge. Chocolate. Fudge.
Second collagen recipe I’m using some grass-fed collagen peptides and to start it off. I’m using organic coconut oil
It’s a new tea but it comes in these handy little packages these little pouches
Which I like and I have this pouch as well less carbon miles less carbon footprint if you’re into that thing
Which I think we all should be. Alright coconut oil. I need about 1/2 of a cup. Oh
That coming out with ease
And then I have almond butter
You can use whatever nut butter you like if you like cashew or you like
There’s so many different kinds I’m using almond. I need 3/4 of a cup. Oh
Come on almond butter is your time to shine
I’d like to do the coconut oil first because it just helps the almond butter come out a little smoother a little quicker
need 1/2 a cup of cacao powder
And then I need 3 scoops of collagen
Whatever collagen you’re using. They’re all different. The serving is always different. So just do a little research and see what one you’re using
What how it makes sense to put it in the recipe if that makes sense a little vanilla extract. I
Always think it’s kind of weird when you put vanilla in chocolate, but it just enhances the flavors and just brings out the chocolate enos
Maple syrup you need about three tablespoons
Because the cacao powder can be a little bitter. So you want to add some sweetness. This is fudge
it’s supposed to be a dessert a
little decadent pinch of salt
Then I have some chopped roasted almonds
It should come together pretty easily oh
It smells so good
So I have a cake pan overlapped with parchment so when it’s ready I can just lift up the parchment pour this baby in
Just want to push the fudge out to the corners so it’s one even
Few more almonds for the top
Just a pinch of flaked sea salt I love chocolate and salt I just think they should always be together
Alright this is ready to go. I’m gonna pop it in the fridge for a couple hours
So it hardens and we can cut it up. So I’ve taken my fudge out of the cake pan, and it’s hardened up
My god back from it a few minutes should I try it little bites of chocolate?
Nutty but I think it’s a good
guilt-free ish dessert that has
Collagen in it if you like these recipes if you enjoy this video
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