ALOHA Good Greens Recipes & Ideas

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aloha nutrition ALOHA is a nutritional enhancement company offering subscriptions on their unique supplements that help you maintain a healthy lifestyle!

good greens subscription

I have been using their products for a couple months now and really enjoy them and particularly love how you can get whole-food goodness into your daily foods without a juicer. You can read my full review of ALOHA Good Greens and the Superfood Chocolate to find out the complete details on these products! For today I’m concentrating on the Daily Good Greens and how to incorporate them into your daily routine.

aloha good greens powders

ALOHA Good Greens come in three flavors: chocolate, berry, and original greens.

For this giveaway post I made a super-yum and super-quick and super-super-easy recipe but I wanted to give you ideas of..

Ways to use ALOHA Good Greens:

Seriously, you don’t need to make a raw food vegan recipe to use this stuff or make anything complicated. Mix it in:

  • yogurt
  • salsa
  • pasta sauce
  • dips and spreads – including hummus & guacamole
  • casseroles (the green kind, just stir it in!)
  • puddings
  • nut butters & seed butters (like peanut butter & sunflower butter)
  • milk
  • oatmeal
  • a smoothie
  • deviled egg filling
  • tuna salad
  • cottage cheese
  • vegetable casseroles
  • pizza
  • cakes, cookies, and brownies
  • box dinners like mac & cheese or hamburger helper
  • pasta, potatoes, or rice sides

My aunt helped with this list – she has two (grown!) daughters that barely eat vegetables and she is always sneaking in extras to their food! You can really get away with adding your ALOHA Good Greens to all sorts of items without being a raw foodist. Just last night we baked wonton wrappers with the green Good Greens mixed with cream cheese inside – it was so delicious and took only minutes!

ALOHA Daily Good Greens Chocolate Drizzle Recipe

aloha good greens recipe

You are going to love this recipe! It’s so easy. And so delicious!

1. Nuke 1/4 cup of coconut butter (not oil, butter, like Artisana Coconut Butter) for 20 seconds. Stir it up to melt completely.

2. Dump a packet of Good Greens Chocolate (you can try berry too, or if you’re brave, the green kind! It would be good on something!) into the coconut butter and stir it in.

3. Drizzle it on whatever you can think of!

aloha good greens chocolate drizzle

We put our drizzle on Honey Grahams and almonds.

aloha good greens almond joy

Really it took just minutes and the almonds were out of this world (think of your favorite candy bar with coconut, chocolate, and almonds – that’s exactly what it tasted like!). Plus the drizzle we made had 2 servings of fruits and vegetables!

ALOHA currently manufactures:

  • The Foundation” – A 5-capsule vegan daily vitamin & mineral supplement including omegas & antioxidants (due to really high demand this is out of stock – but coming back soon!)
  • Daily Good Greens“- Powdered high quality whole food ingredients and fiber equalling 2 servings of veggies and fruits to mix into your diet. Original, berry, and chocolate flavors!
  • Superfood Chocolate” – Stone-ground Peruvian fair-trade organic cacao with nutritious superfood greens
  • Superfood Protein” – Organic, vegan protein powder sourced from pumpkin seed, pea and hemp seeds packed with superfood ingredients

ALOHA products are vegan and free of gluten, wheat soy, dairy, soy, nuts and peanuts, GMOs and the Top 8 Allergens. ALOHA doesn’t include dyes, sweeteners, natural and artificial flavors, artificial colors, maltodextrin or fillers of any kind. You can get a free trial of their products too ($4.79 shipping)! The Good Greens trial includes 2 packets of the Original ALOHA Good Greens, 2 Berry Blend, and 2 of the Chocolate blend. Your free trial will automatically enroll you in a subscription, which you can cancel online.

aloha chocolate drizzle results

These were so tasty and the kids just adored them. They were gone in a flash! They didn’t know they were eating veggies, but they were!

If you’ve already tried it out I would love to know how you’ve incorporated Good Greens into your lifestyle. What’s your favorite way to use it?

Visit ALOHA to find out more or to get a free trial of Daily Good Greens.  You can also check out all our Aloha Reviews!

The SubscriptionALOHA
The Description: Offers a range of super-food based supplements: daily nutrient pack, superfood powder and superfood chocolate bar. No specific diet to follow, can be used to enhance a whole-food based diet that focuses on avoiding artificial sweeteners.
The Price: varies with selections
The Coupon: Free trial available – sign up for it here. Or get the free trial of superfood chocolate.

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ALOHA sent one of my readers an amazing prize – a $450 credit that you can use on any of their products!!

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  • Jennifer Herman
    05.07.15

    I would use it in my smoothies.

  • Theresa
    05.07.15

    I would put ALOHA greens in my morning smoothie and in dinner dishes for my kids.

  • Mary Songer
    05.06.15

    I would use it in so many things, like my pot roast, pulled pork, and spaghetti sauce. And I might just try it in a smoothie.

  • Michelle S
    05.06.15

    I would add it to my morning protein shake.

  • Anita
    05.06.15

    I liked all your suggestions. I think I would start out with yogurt, cereal, and smoothies and then start experimenting. I also like the idea of getting these nutrients without having to use a juicer. Would love to try!

  • anita
    05.05.15

    I would use it when I bake cupcakes or brownies!

  • melinda singer
    05.03.15

    In soups and my fresh raw home pressed juice.

  • denise low
    05.02.15

    I would use it in our smoothies

  • rusthawk
    05.01.15

    I would mix it in my spirulina and blueberry morning shake.

  • Lauren
    05.01.15

    I would use it in a shake.

  • Sneaky Burrito
    04.30.15

    I sometimes make homemade energy bars with dates, grains, etc. I like the idea of incorporating the greens in there. I really try to pack as much nutrition into those bars as I can.

  • Michelle S
    04.29.15

    I would use the Aloha greens in my morning yogurt concoction.

  • sandyhills x
    04.28.15

    I would use it in a smoothie -shaunie

  • KATHRYN TEEL
    04.28.15

    I would use the ALOHA good greens in a smoothie I really need to start ………….

  • Whitney Lindeman
    04.28.15

    The obvious I suppose would be smoothies & juice, but I’d love to find more creative ways as well!

  • robyn donnelly
    04.26.15

    I would use in orange juice for a healthy drink to start the day.

  • Aftin
    04.26.15

    Well I think I would use Aloha Good Greens in just about everything

  • AnnaZed
    04.26.15

    The obvious thing is to add them to what we call our “power drinks” which can be anything from standard fruit smoothies to coconut water and ice (when it’s really hot!) with extra ingredients.
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  • Brynn
    04.26.15

    Probably in a smoothie or some oatmeal!

  • ash8276
    04.25.15

    I would use ALOHA Good Greens in smoothies and steel cut oats!

  • shanna
    04.25.15

    Definitely in my morning protein shakes

  • john
    04.25.15

    I would add to my protein supplement to make it more palatable.

  • Jessi n
    04.25.15

    They are good in smoothies and yogurts and muffins!!!!

  • Stacey Roberson
    04.25.15

    I would use ALOHA Good Greens in brownies and smoothies.

  • Preston Chapman
    04.25.15

    I would use it in my oatmeal

  • jose benavides
    04.25.15

    I would use them in soups .

  • Annamarie V
    04.24.15

    I recently started having a vegetable protein shake in the morning and I thing this would enhance my shake in the morning. The Aloha good greens would also be good in my homemade salad dressing.

  • Daraya
    04.24.15

    I would use the Aloha Good Greens in my smoothies and overnight oatmeal!

  • ELIZABETH C.
    04.24.15

    I MAKE SMOOTHIES MOST WEEKDAY MORNINGS SO I WOULD ADD IT TO SMOOTHIES!

  • bernardina sims
    04.24.15

    sounds so good for smoothies!

  • racsay
    04.24.15

    I’d use them in my morning smoothie!

  • Racquelle
    04.24.15

    I’d add it to my strawberry, peach, mango smoothie.

  • casaflamingos1
    04.24.15

    I would aloha good greens in my smoothies.

  • Kelly
    04.24.15

    Well, I spent some time looking through the recipes, and I am pretty sure I could not come up with something better than those. However, the first thing I would make is the Healthy Four-Ingredient Custard. YUM!

  • Jennifer Cockcroft
    04.24.15

    I want to try the chocolate drizzle! It looks amazing.

  • Jennifer
    04.24.15

    I would use it in a smoothie or make some coconut milk ice cream

  • Sohair
    04.24.15

    In my meals & in my desserts

  • Marie
    04.24.15

    I would mix aloha in my smoothies and yogurt.. Maybe even try it in my wheatgrass shots!

  • Dorothy Boucher
    04.24.15

    I would use Aloha Good Green product in just about everything, besides deserts, on my vegetables, in my soups and salads.. @tisonlyme143

  • Whole Health Dork
    04.24.15

    This may sound really boring, but I would use in smoothies! Or maybe in a green juice to amp it up even more!

  • Cheryl
    04.24.15

    I would you use ALOHA Good Greens in smoothies.

  • Jessica Pf
    04.24.15

    I would try mixing it in salsa!

  • sandra
    04.24.15

    I might try it in my morning shakes as well

  • Sandy Bonesteel
    04.24.15

    I would put them in a breakfast smoothie.

  • M.Clark
    04.24.15

    I would use ALOHA Good Greens in a smoothie.

  • Debby
    04.24.15

    I have been known to sneak spinach or kale in my kids berry smoothies, but this seems like it would be much easier to sneak in and not get caught. 🙂 And I love that it is free of things like gluten and GMOs!

  • bn100
    04.23.15

    in a smoothie

  • Jordan D.
    04.23.15

    I’d use Aloha greens in so many different ways! I usually mix some spirulina in with ACV, so Aloha greens would be great here. I’d also like to try it Aloha mixed into my oatmeal, yogurt, or protein smoothies.

  • Charlene
    04.23.15

    I would use them in Smoothies.

  • Patrice
    04.23.15

    Smoothies and mixed into oatmeal. I’d even give sprinkling it over fruit a try…

  • Jordan M
    04.23.15

    I would make a smoothie. I have been so interested in trying these supplements!

  • slehan
    04.23.15

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  • slehan
    04.23.15

    I make a smoothie for breakfast every day so I’d put it in there.
    Thanks for the contest.

    slehan at juno dot com

  • Addie F.
    04.23.15

    I’m not a breakfast person but I know I need nutrients in the morning, so these powders are perfect for putting in a smoothie or even a glass of juice! I have tried them and they are really wonderful!

  • Barrie
    04.23.15

    I’d use Aloha good greens in smoothies which I drink daily.

  • lkish77123
    04.23.15

    I would use them in a smoothie.

  • LaTanya Thornhill
    04.23.15

    In a protein shake.

  • Kayla Newkirk
    04.23.15

    I would mix it into my morning protein shakes!

  • Lesia W.
    04.23.15

    I would use ALOHA Good Greens in my yogurt, desserts and smoothies. Maybe even in my almond and coconut milk drinks.

    • tecsesq
      04.27.15

      I would use it in soups, smoothies, salads and of course dessert toppings.