This Vegan Jamaican Irish Sea Moss Drink recipe is creamy and delicious. It's anti-inflammatory and packed with superfoods!
If you're looking for a refreshing drink, this recipe is a must-try! It's simple to make and easy to adapt.
What is sea moss?
In short, Sea Moss is a type of seaweed that is growing in popularity due to its many health benefits!
Sea moss is commonly called Irish moss, carrageen moss, or chondrus crispus. It's a species of red algae grows along the Atlantic coast of Europe, the Caribbean Islands, and North America.
What is sea moss gel?
Sea moss gel is the result from blending soaked sea moss with water.
It contains 92 out of the 102 minerals our bodies needs and is known to strengthen the immune system, detoxify the body, increase energy levels, improve skin health, and much more.
While Sea moss and sea moss gel are becoming more well known, it’s not new! It’s very common and even used medicinally throughout the Caribbean.
Sea moss benefits
Dr. Sebi's teachings on the healing properties and extensive benefits of sea moss boosted this Jamaican beverage.
There are several health benefits of sea moss, here are just a few:
- Heart-healthy superfood
- High in fiber
- Supports gut health
- May improve immune system
- Helps reduce inflammation
Vegan sea moss drink ingredients
I get my Sea Moss from Herbal Vineyards, which is where I first learned about the extensive benefits, how to incorporate Sea moss into my daily life, and how to make a Sea moss smoothie.
This dairy free drink comes together with 6 ingredients, in about 15 minutes from start to finish.
Here's what you'll need:
- Wildcrafted Sea Moss Gel: Use discount code JENNA5 for 5% off Herbal Vineyards products!
- Dairy-free milk: Oat milk, almond milk, coconut milk, soy milk, etc.
- Dates: To add sweetness
- Vanilla extract
- Ground cinnamon
- Ground nutmeg
How to make sea moss drink
To make this delicious Irish moss drink, follow this recipe as a guide! Feel free to alter and adjust the measurements to fit your preferences.
In a high-powered blender, combine sea moss gel, non dairy milk, dates, vanilla, cinnamon, and nutmeg. Blend until well combined, then taste and adjust seasoning, if needed.
For a thicker smoothie, use less liquid. If it's too thick for your liking, stream in additional plant based milk until you reach your desired concisisty.
Where to buy sea moss
You can buy sea moss and sea moss gel online, but do your research to ensure it’s coming from a reputable seller.
All of their products can be purchased on HerbalVineyards.com and use code JENNA5 for a 5% off discount.
Sea moss FAQ
Wondering if you can take sea moss every day? The answer is YES, the recommended amount is 1-2 tablespoons per day.
I find sea moss gel to be completely tasteless, making it easy to add to most meals.
Sea Moss comes in varying colors and sizes. Compared to gold sea moss, purple sea moss has a more potent taste.
Yes, sea moss vegan and gluten free!
You can add sea moss gel to your tea, morning juice, smoothies, sauces, soups, or puddings. You can also use it as a topical application for the skin and hair!
Use what you have! I usually use almond milk, coconut milk, soy milk, or oat milk.
Soaking the dates in a bowl filled with water for just 10 minutes will help hydrate and soften them.
Absolutely! Store leftovers covered in the refrigerator for a few days.
I hope you enjoy this easy seamoss drink as much as we do! If you give it a try, please share a photo with me over on Instagram.
Vegan Jamaican Irish Sea Moss Drink Recipe
- 2 tablespoons wildcrafted sea moss gel
- 1 ¼ cups dairy-free milk almond milk, soy milk , oat milk, coconut milk, etc.
- 4 dates pitted and soaked
- ½ teaspoon vanilla extract
- ½ teaspoon ground cinnamon
- ¼ teaspoon ground nutmeg
- Add all ingredients to a high-powered blender and mix until smooth. If the drink is too thick, add additional dairy-free milk until desired consistency is reached.
Disclaimer: Jenna is not a medical professional. Any information in this post or on this blog is informational only. Please consult with your doctor before adding any new supplements into your diet.