Bee Pollen Recipes


How can I use Bee Pollen?

Bee pollen really is one of natures fantastic gifts and also one of the most completely nourishing foods, containing nearly all of the nutrients that are needed by humans - how about that!? Bee pollen is therefore a great addition to your diet and it can be consumed in a variety of ways.

The most common ways to take bee pollen is either mixed in a smoothie for an extra boost of vitamins and minerals or sprinkled on yoghurt, salad or porridge. Due to its' lovely golden colour, bee pollen granules add another level to the presentation of your dishes as it has quite a unique colour and contrasts well with, for example, the white of greek yoghurt or the red/purple of a raspberry smoothie bowl. Take a look at our recipes below for some ideas on how you to incorporate bee pollen into your diet, weight loss or daily routine.

Morning Energiser

Bee Pollen Recipes

  • Add almond milk or water to a blender for desired consistency (approx 300-400ml)
  • Pop the spirulina powder, blueberries, strawberries, banana, spinach, kale and bee pollen in the blender and blend until smooth

Yoghurt Royale


Organic plain yoghurt
2 teaspoons of bee pollen
A handful of blueberries
2 teaspoons of cacao nibs

  • Simply add bee pollen, blueberries and raw cacao nibs to your favourite organic yoghurt
  • If you're feeling adventurous, grate on some zesty orange

BEE Coconutee


Almond milk
1 tablespoon of bee pollen granules
A handful of blueberries
Half of a frozen banana
1 tablespoons of coconut oil
1 teaspoon of coconut flakes

Alternative Ideas

  • Try adding bee pollen to your morning porridge with another topping of your choice
  • Sprinkle on your salad

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