Click through to see our different recipes!

✼ Power Smoothie Recipe with SuperGreens (Gaia Greens, Superfruit C, Vibrant Biome Probiotics)
✼ Homemade "Mylk" Recipe (used as a base for meal replacement drinks)
✼ Sacred Recovery Smoothie Recipe (Sacred Strength and Golden Bliss)
✼ High on Cacao Smoothie (Cacao Plus or Mayan Chocolate)
✼ Protein Play Smoothie (Pacha Protein)
 Happy Belly Golden Pudding (Golden Bliss)
✼ Fruit-alicious Sour Antioxidant Shot (Superfruit C)
✼ No Bake Hormone Balancing Brownies with Chocolate Lover's Ganache (Hormone Happiness for Women)

*You'll see that our recipes do not include ice or frozen fruits. Ice and frozen foods can slow down your initial digestion process. These recipes taste great at room temperature... so enjoy!

Power Smoothie with SuperGreens, Adaptogens, SuperFruit Vitamin C, and Probiotics.

Recipe for Sarvaa's Green Power Smoothie:

1. Combine at once:

  • 12 ounces of water
  • 3 tbsp chia seeds
  • 1 tsp fresh chopped ginger
  • 3 tbsp lemon juice
  • 1 carrot
  • 3 celery
  • 1/2 apple
  • 1/2 green banana
  • 1/4 cup cilantro
  • 3/4 head of red lettuce
  • Sarvaa Powders:

       A heaping tbsp of Gaia Greens
       1 tbsp Superfruit C
       1 tbsp Rejuve Roots
       1 tsp Vibrant Biome probiotics

2. Blend on high for 30 - 45 seconds.

3. After the first blending, add a ripe avocado at the end to help emulsify the smoothie and blend again.

There’s no ice! A lot of people think smoothies require something frozen in them, but in fact—-especially in the winter—- ice slows down our digestion. This smoothie is nice and creamy without a frozen ingredient, so it can be enjoyed year round :) 

Benefits: This smoothie does it all. Boost your microbiome, support you cells with powerful phytonutrients, support your Immune System and Digestion, and feel satisfied!

Features: Healthy and slowly metabolized healthy fats, powerful vitamins and minerals, and nervous system support.

How to Use this Smoothie: Make as an easy-to-digest breakfast or lunch or as a recovery smoothie after a workout.

Contains Sarvaa's: Gaia Greens , Superfruit C , Rejuve Roots, Vibrant Biome Probiotics

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Nutritious & Affordable: Homemade “Mylk”

This mylk recipe allows you to customize your own milk-alternative drink.


Why Make Your Own Mylk at Home:

1. It’s Healthier.

Leave out the excess ingredients in pre-made mylks like preservatives, emulsifiers and hidden sugars.

Alternative milk companies also water down their products, and you’re getting less protein and nutrients.

2. It’s Greener.

Waste less packaging by purchasing a jar of nut/seed butter that will last longer than a milk carton.

3. It’s More Affordable.

You may spend more upfront for a jar of nut/seed butter, but it will typically last you longer than purchasing a carton of manufactured mylk.


Time Commitment: 1 Minute 


  1. Pour 1 cup of filtered water into your blender.
  2. Add 2 Tablespoons of your favorite organic nut/seed butter (almond, cashew, or sunflower*).
  3. Blend on “High” for about 15 seconds or until totally blended.
  4. Continue making your protein drink in the blender, or…
  5. Pour onto your cereal, oatmeal, etc.


  1. You can add a dash of salt to taste.
  2. Blending raw hemp seeds (on “High”) is also an option to create hemp mylk.
  3. Adding a few spoonfuls of coconut heavy cream (from a can) to water and blending it creates a thinner, drinkable coconut mylk.
  4. You can combine nut/seed butters/coconut to your heart's content to switch up your flavoring. 

Making your own milk-alternative comes in handy when using Sarvaa meal replacement powders to make a smoothie! 

*In general we do not recommend using peanut butter. Peanuts can create bloating and other gastrointestinal issues in some people. If you're good with it, go for it!

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The “Sacred Recovery” Smoothie


This smoothie is your ultimate recovery drink when it comes to stress. Whether that stress is a hard physical workout or a hard mental day at work, “Sacred Recovery” is a satisfying smoothie full of Adaptogens (to help your nervous system and hormones adapt and calm down) and Anti-Inflammatory agents that help your body self-regulate back to homeostasis.

Time Commitment: 3 - 5 Minutes


  1. Start with making your own version of Homemade Mylk.
  2. Add half of a green banana (or a comparable amount of your favorite sweetener).
  3. Throw in about 1 teaspoon of freshly chopped ginger or ginger puree (to taste).
  4. Add in 3 Tablespoons of Sarvaa Sacred Strength and 1/2 to 1 teaspoon of Sarvaa Golden Bliss.
  5. Blend and drink!


  1. Feel free to add 1/4 teaspoon of Sarvaa Adrenal Assist for an extra Adaptogenic herbal boost.
  2. Add 1/8 teaspoon of Sarvaa Vibrant Biome Probiotics to increase your gut health. (Note that all Sarvaa products already include a basic amount of helpful probiotics.) 

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The “High on Cacao” Smoothie

Majorly chocolatey, this smoothie is a cacao-lover’s dream come true. When you’re needing greens but either a) don’t have time to eat them, or b) simply don’t like to eat them, the “High on Cacao” Smoothie ensures that you’re getting incredibly bio-available SuperGreens, Adaptogenic Roots, and Medicinal Mushrooms (which increase energy and cellular efficiency) all disguised in a delicious drink that will keep your energy levels and mood naturally elevated for hours.

Time Commitment: 2 Minutes


  1. Make your own version of Homemade Mylk.
  2. Add half of a green banana (or a comparable amount of your favorite sweetener).
  3. Spoon in 3 Tablespoons of Sarvaa Cacao Plus or Sarvaa Mayan Chocolate.
  4. Blend and drink!


  1. For more zing and an anti-inflammatory spin, chop 1 teaspoon of fresh ginger and blend in.
  2. Want it more green? Add your favorite dark leafy vegetables or a Tablespoon of Sarvaa Gaia Greens (already included in Sarvaa’s cacao mixes).

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The “Protein Play” Smoothie

Want to get your protein in an organic, non-GMO, vegan, soy-free way? The “Protein Play” smoothie is a great way to enhance your protein intake as a meal replacement or as fuel for exercising. Easily digestible, this smoothie provides you with the 9 essential amino acids without other less-desirable components that a lot of other protein sources come with.

Time Commitment: 2 Minutes 


  1. In your blender, make your own Homemade Mylk.
  2. Add half of a green banana (or a comparable amount of your favorite sweetener).
  3. Add 3 Tablespoons of Sarvaa Pacha Protein.
  4. Blend and drink!


  1. Add 1 - 2 Tablespoons of Sarvaa 30G Protein Powder for additional protein.
  2. Feel free to add your favorite fresh fruits or vegetables to enhance the color and get even more nutrition in one smoothie.

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The “Happy Belly Golden Pudding”


  • Highly satisfying, the “Happy Belly Golden Pudding” is a delicious way to get your anti-inflammatory herbs in a grounding and filling snack. 
  • Keto Friendly "Dose of Healthy Fats" without the greasy, slimy texture of some Keto recipes!
  • Timed Release version of Golden Bliss - Ultimate Anti-inflammatory recipe.
  • Turmeric, Fats, Protein and Spice Mousse/Pudding.

Makes about 20 ounces of pudding which you can pour into three 8 ounce jars.

Time Commitment: 13-16 Minutes


  1. Unload two cans of coconut heavy cream into your food processor, BUT only 1/2 of the coconut water.
  2. Add 3 Tablespoons of Sarvaa Golden Bliss.
  3. Also add in 2 Tablespoons of Sarvaa 30G or Sarvaa Pacha Protein.
  4. Spoon in 4 Tablespoons of your favorite nut or seed butter. This helps emulsify it.
  5. Pour in 4-6 Tablespoons of coconut oil.
  6. Add 1 teaspoon of salt.
  7. Add in 1 teaspoon of powdered vanilla and/or an additional 2 teaspoons of liquid vanilla extract.
  8. Throw in 1 - 2 Tablespoons of minced ginger.
  9. Add 1/4 teaspoon of black pepper. (Derek likes more pepper than this, but Bronwyn prefers it mild!)
  10. Blend on “High.” If you have trouble getting it to blend, continue to add the remaining coconut water from the can a little at a time. Try not to use too much or the final result may not “set.”
  11. Refrigerate for an hour or two.


  1. Sweeten to taste with your favorite sweetener… or none at all! We like 1/4 teaspoon of monk fruit powder. Sometimes we use 2 Tablespoons of maple sugar or coconut sugar.
  2. Add 1 - 3 Tablespoons of cinnamon.
  3. Add more minced ginger if you LOVE ginger!
  4. 1 teaspoon of ground cardamom can be delightful.
  5. If you have an allergy to nuts or coconuts (or any ingredient here), always feel free to substitute. Listen to your body! 

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The “Fruit-alicious Sour” Antioxidant Shot

Perfect for any time, day or night, this fun shot of antioxidants, bioflavonoids, minerals and phytonutrients is sure to boost your immunity, improve your skin, hair, and nails, and protect your cells from damage. It’s even anti-inflammatory!

Time Commitment: Less than 1 Minute


  1. Get a small jar with a lid.
  2. Fill it 3/4 quarters with filtered water.
  3. Depending on the size of your jar, add 1 - 3 teaspoons of Sarvaa Superfruit C.
  4. Shake with the lid on until the powder is fully combined into the water.
  5. Drink up!


  1. Add a tiny splash of lemon juice.
  2. If you want a little replenishing electrolyte action, add a dash of salt.
  3. Feel free to add a 1/2 teaspoon of any other Sarvaa supplements like Gaia Greens, Adrenal Assist, Hormone Happiness, and/or Vibrant Biome Probiotics.

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No-Bake Hormone Balancing Brownies with Chocolate Lover's Ganache


Feeling a "surge" of hormonal imbalance come over you? ...And all you want to do is crater into comfort food? This recipe was developed by Bronwyn while she was in the middle of having a pre-menstrual downward spiral, so you know this special snack is legit!

The act of making something delicious, satisfying and healthy improved her mood. Upon eating them, she felt less overwhelmed. So no matter if you're dealing with your period, bearing through an onset of menopausal hardship, or simply want to eat something ultra delicious, hopefully these hormone balancing brownies will help you!

Gluten-Free and Dairy-Free (And use Organic ingredients when possible!)

(Tip! Partners of the One-Who-is-Exhibiting-Hormonal-Imbalances, if you're one of those people who loves being in the kitchen, this could be a delightful gift to make for your sweetheart!)

Brownie Time Commitment: 20 Minutes

Ganache Time Commitment: 10 Minutes

Hormone Balancing Brownie Recipe: 

  1. In medium bowl, combine:
    1. 1 cup millet flour
    2. 1/2 cup brown rice flour
    3. 3/4 cup raw cacao powder
    4. 1/4 teaspoon salt
    5. 3 Tablespoons of Hormone Happiness for Women.
  2. In a small bowl, mix together:
    1. 1/2 cup maple syrup
    2. 1/2 cup sunflower butter
    3. 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  3. Pour the wet ingredients into the medium bowl holding the dry ingredients and work in.
  4. Once you've mixed it as well as possible, it still may be too dry. Add a splash of water at 1/4 cup at a time (perhaps only twice) in order to create the perfect consistency.
  5. Feel free to knead it with your hands after you've added the water! Kneading food has its own healing powers! 
  6. The batch should be free of dry spots, hold together well on its own, and not overly stick to your hands.
  7. Place in an 8 x 6 inch dish lined with parchment paper.

You can be done here! Cut it up and eat! Or if you want to top it off with the Chocolate Lover's Ganache...

Chocolate Lover's Ganache Recipe:

  1. Place a small pot on your stove top burner and set to "Low" heat.
  2. Add in 3 Tablespoons of cacao butter and allow to slowly melt.
  3. Once the cacao butter is melted, measure in 1 Tablespoon of maple sugar (not syrup!).
  4. Stir and add in 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract.
  5. Add in 3 Tablespoons of raw cacao powder and stir well.
  6. Lastly, melt in 1/2 cup of coconut heavy cream. (We like Thai Kitchen's brand.) Do not include the water.

Pour the ganache over your brownies and place it uncovered in the fridge for 20 minutes. Once the ganache has "set", eat your brownies and be well! 

To store, cover them and refrigerate. They're usually good for up to 3 days.


  1. If you don't have maple sugar, consider using finely ground coconut sugar or powdered sugar. Whatever alternative powdered sweetener you have may work!

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