Recipes to #SaveTheBees

Bee Pollen is considered one of nature’s most nourishing foods and contains nearly all nutrients required by humans. We love using it for: a vitamin boost, muscle recovery, energy and protein.

To celebrate our promo with Beekeeper’s Naturals to #SaveTheBees we put together 3 of our FAVORITE recipes featuring bee pollen.

  Peanut Butter Oatmeal Balls with Bee Pollen | Purely Elizabeth #savethebees #glutenfree #beepollen

Oatmeal + Honey Bites

gluten-free 1 cup Purely Elizabeth Original Superfood Oatmeal 1/2 cup peanut butter 1/3 cup Beekeeper's Naturals Honey Toppings: 3 tbsp Beekeeper's Naturals Bee Pollen 3 tbsp coconut flakes 3 tbsp hemp seeds 3 tbsp Natierra Maca Cacao Powder Stir oatmeal, peanut butter, and honey together in a bowl until thoroughly mixed. Let chill in refrigerator for 5 minutes. Once chilled, roll into small balls. Put the toppings in separate bowls. Roll each ball into a different topping until evenly coated.Drizzle with honey. Peach Cinnamon Superfood Oatmeal with bee pollen + coconut cashew granola | Purely Elizabeth #savethebees #oatmeal #honey

Peach + Pollen Overnight Oats with coconut cashew granola

gluten-free 1/2 cup Purely Elizabeth Original Superfood Oatmeal 1/2 cup yogurt 1/2 cup almond milk Toppings: sliced peaches Purely Elizabeth Coconut Cashew Grain-Free Granola drizzle ofBeekeeper's Naturals Honey 1 tbspBeekeeper's Naturals Bee Pollen Soak oatmeal with yogurt and almond milk overnight. Top in the morning with sliced peaches, granola, honey, and bee pollen.

Honey + Coconut Ice Cream

gluten-free, grain-free, dairy-free 2 scoops Coconut Bliss Ice Cream Toppings: Purely Elizabeth Coconut Cashew Grain-Free Granola drizzle ofBeekeeper's Naturals Honey 1 tbspBeekeeper's Naturals Bee Pollen Scoop ice cream into bowls + top with all the goodies. Yeah, that simple.
June 12, 2017 — Brigid McEntee