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DIY Fruit-Infused Sea Moss Gel

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Ready to add a fun and fruity twist to your sea moss gel? In this post we’re going to give you step by step instructions on how infuse your sea moss gel with your favorite fruity flavors. If you aren’t familiar with how to make your own sea moss gel, you can learn here:

How To Make Sea Moss Gel: Five Easy Steps


Now that you have your sea moss gel ready to go, we can dive into how you to spruce it up with some creative and delicious flavors so you can really enjoy your sea moss gel and all its benefits. The best part here is that you are in charge of the flavors, and you can make each batch at your leisure without timing out shipments of already infused sea moss gel from other retailers. You are in control!


DIY Fruit-Infused Sea Moss Gel


Prep: 5 mins
Cook: 5 mins
Total: 10 mins
Yield: 1 cup fruit-infused sea moss gel (approximately eight, 2 Tbsp servings)



1 cup raw sea moss gel, prepared (we recommend using pure purple Chondrus crispus)


Fresh fruits of choice (you can use frozen, just make sure to let them thaw fully, we’re not making smoothies here!)


A natural sweetener such as manuka honey, monk fruit, dates, agave syrup (optional)


Spring or alkaline water (or reserved water from soaking your moss)


High-power blender



Step 1: Place your sea moss gel in first so that it’s situated in the bottom of the blender.


Step 2: Add your favorite fruits (popular choices are strawberry & mango, strawberry & banana, or strawberry & kiwi, etc.)


Step 3: Add a sweetener of your choice, if desired.


Step 4: Blend on high until a smooth consistency is reached.


Step 5: If the gel is too thick, add some spring or alkaline water and blend again.


Pro Tip: Reserve some of the water used to soak your sea moss in before prepping your gel for maximum nutrients while helping to reach your preferred consistency.


Step 6: Store it! Pour your delicious DIY fruit-infused sea moss gel creation into an airtight mason jar.


Step 7: Let it set in the fridge for around 2-3 hours until it thickens back up.


Step 8: Grab your spoon, scoop it up and enjoy!

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