As it comes to kratom recipes, this is one of the most unique. It is based on applesauce, honey, and cloves. Applesauce contains a significant amount of pectin, which is both a thickening agent and a soluble dietary fiber that studies suggest may lower cholesterol levels and exhibit antioxidant activities.
It also helps neutralize the bitter taste of kratom powder. Another important ingredient is turmeric, which contains curcumin; a powerful antioxidant and potentiator of kratom’s effectiveness. Here’s what you’ll need for this one:
Mix everything together in a bowl and store it in the fridge for ten minutes or so, then it’s ready for consumption. If you believe you’ll need a larger dosage of kratom, you can adjust the amounts of everything else based off the above ratios.
Chocolate is surprisingly effective at masking the bitter taste of the dried kratom leaf, as is milk. With this method you get the added benefit of the extra protein coming from the milk, which is about an extra 8 g in this case. Milk also contains roughly one-third of the calcium that most of us need daily. Ingredients are as follows:
I would recommend using a blender for this kratom recipe to ensure uniformity in your final product. Simply mix well and enjoy. You may choose to add ice or even some cream during the blending process to make it taste even more desert-like. Note that you can substitute the dairy milk with something like almond milk, but you will be losing out on the extra protein and calcium. If you are lactose intolerant, this trade-off may be worth it for you.
Kale makes everyone’s lists of “superfoods” because it contains significant amounts of vitamin A (as beta carotene), vitamin C, potassium, fiber, and chlorogenic acid, which is a polyphenolic compound capable of high antioxidant activity levels. It’s natural plant chemicals help it to stimulate the production of collagen, promote healthy skin, and scavenge free radicals throughout the body. As such, this is one of the more nutritionally-sound kratom recipes around.
We’ll also be throwing in some berries to add to the antioxidant pool and provide even more healthy fiber, vitamins, and other beneficial phytochemicals. This recipe calls for both blueberries and cherries, though you can feel free to substitute one for the other if needed. If you want to make things as simple as possible, Wyman’s makes a blend called Cherry Berry & Kale that provides everything you need in one bag (try the frozen food aisle).
Add everything to a blender and run it on medium, if your blender has that setting, until it seems smooth. If needed, you may add more milk at this time to reach the consistency you’re looking for.
If you opted to go with the pre-mixed kale and berries, you will probably want to use 1.5 cups of the mixed product as a substitute for the cherries, kale, and blueberries in the recipe above. You can always make it thicker by adding more frozen fruit or make it thinner by adding more milk.
If you’re looking for another way to cover the taste of your kratom powder and you enjoy chocolate cookies, this one is worth trying. It is worth noting that this recipe will yield about 24 average-sized cookies. Be sure to use the amount of kratom listed below to prevent the cookies being too concentrated for their flavor to be masked by the other ingredients. The credit for this one goes out to Kat’s Botanicals. Here’s what you’ll need:
Lay some parchment paper on two baking sheets while the oven preheats to 325°F. Now, whip the butter and sugar together for five minutes or however long it takes it to get to a fluffy consistency then add your egg, egg yolk, and vanilla extract before mixing everything around long enough to create an airy or “foamy” texture. Next you want to mix in your flour, corn flour, baking soda, salt, and kratom.
Blend that together until it turns into a dough-like material and stir in your chocolate chips. Each finished cookie is made of about a tablespoon of dough, so ball up your dough into tablespoon portions and place them two inches apart on your baking sheets. Finally, throw your sheets in the oven and let them bake for 10 minutes. Leave them in for longer if you want them crispier.
What better way to start off your day than by combining some strong kratom powder with the sustainable energy and heart healthy characteristics of oatmeal? Simple carbohydrates like sugars mostly cause a rapid and significant increase in blood sugar levels which is then followed by a surge of insulin into the blood by way of the pancreas.
Insulin is really good at transporting nutrients throughout the body, but it also has a particular knack for convincing the body to make new fat cells. The carbohydrates found in oatmeal are complex so they take longer to digest and therefore help keep blood sugar levels stable. This helps you feel satisfied longer, especially because oatmeal contains about 10 g of fiber per cup.
About 4 g of that is insoluble fiber which has been shown to support healthy blood sugar levels and may also help reduce cholesterol levels. One study showed published by the American Diabetic Association discovered that the consumption of beta glucan, a special soluble fiber, alongside a high carbohydrate meal reduced the body’s insulin response by 50%!
You’ll need these things:
You’ll want to mix your oatmeal into your near-boiling milk or water as usual, but this time add in your kratom powder and mix until it reaches more of a paste-like consistency. Let this sit for three minutes.
Here is where you want to add whatever sweetener(s) you chose earlier and stir them in to reach uniformity. Now you’re ready to enjoy your morning kratom dose with some added benefits! Thanks to Krave Kratom for sharing this!
If you have noticed that chocolate is a common theme among many kratom recipes, you’re definitely onto something. The taste of chocolate almost perfectly compensates for that of kratom, and cocoa powder in particular helps create a satisfying consistency. This one is from Reddit user riczomarino and it couldn’t be simpler:
Plain yogurt (3/4 cup)
Cocoa powder (between 2.5 and 3 tablespoons, to taste)
Sesame seeds (3 teaspoons)
Honey or other sweetener (add to taste)
Mix it all together until its blended uniformly. That’s it. We recommend trying this with Greek yogurt to add a bit more protein in. At nearly 20 g per 3/4 cup serving, Greek yogurt contains over 1.5 times the protein of regular yogurt. It also tends to make mixtures a bit creamier.