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We are excited to show you how to make the most amazing wheatgrass smoothies from sprouted wheat berries without leaving your kitchen . . . “because there’s a “little farmer” in all of us,” right? Making your own wheatgrass is easy and fun. If you have children, why not bring out the “little farmer” in them too. This is a terrific way to get everyone interested in healthy smoothies and become part of the process. You could also freeze your smoothie in ice cube trays for a quick blast of delicious in your drinks. With very little effort you can create superior tasting wheat grass smoothies from start to finish. Our wheatgrass is ready to cut and use in just 5-6 days!
There are great benefits of drinking wheatgrass daily. Wheatgrass is grown from the wheat seed (sometimes called wheat berries ). Wheatgrass has been popularized as a health food as well as a medicinal supplement. This “superfood” is packed with vitamins and minerals. In addition to using cut wheatgrass for your smoothies, you can make wheatgrass juice or wheatgrass shots (usually 2-4 ounces) to use as well.
Make this smoothie recipe one of your favorite breakfast smoothie recipes that jump starts your morning, and adds quick energy to your day. Perfect for those hot days of summer!
Cooking Tip: This refreshing fruit smoothie is the consistency of a slushy. If you would like to “power drink” instead of sip, you may wish to reduce the amount of ice and increase the coconut water.
Pineapple Wheatgrass Smoothie
How to make Pineapple Smoothie
Combine all ingredients and blend until smooth. We suggest using a high powered style of blender.
How to make your Wheatgrass
Rinse wheat berries and place in quart size sprouting jar. Fill the jar with water and cover with a sprouting screen. If you are making your sprouting jar, cover the opening with cheesecloth and a rubber band.
Soak at least 6 hours or overnight. Drain off all water.
Invert jar in a colander at an angle so berries will drain and air is allowed to circulate. After 8-12 hours of draining - rinse and drain again.
Repeat rinsing and draining 2-3 times daily.
When tiny sprouts begin to form in 2-3 days, completely drain.
Place soil in tray.
Cover top of soil with sprouted wheat berries (don’t worry about how they lay on soil, they will correct themselves). Place just enough soil on top of the sprouted berries to adequately cover. Water.
Continue to water every other day.
Your wheatgrass should be ready to use in about 5-6 days. Cut and use.
It will keep growing and be ready to use about every other day.