a. As a Roasted Treat –
Hemp hearts, like sunflower or pumpkin seeds, may be eaten raw, but roasting them adds richness to their flavour. Cook them in your preferred oil on the stovetop or in the oven for a hands-off method. Then, use them to top salads, vegetables, or cereal combinations.
b. Hulled Hemp Seed Spread –
Seed cream is a terrific allergy-friendly alternative to nut kinds of butter, and it’s just as simple to prepare at home (and flavour in infinite ways). Use it as a berry dipping, a nacho dip with marmalade or honey, or eat it directly off the teaspoon.
c. In Pastries –
Hemp seeds pair beautifully with oatmeal, not just in your breakfast bowl. Still, you can also use them to make fantastic chocolate pastries. Start your day on a high note by including hemp hearts into your baking to increase the protein content of cupcakes or snack foods.
d. To Make Dairy –
You probably already know that hemp hearts are a highly versatile meal. Still, you might be surprised to learn that they can also be used as a basis for producing your cheese. Combining hemp hearts with nutritional yeast will result in a flavorful sauce for pasta, pizza, and other dishes.
e. To Create Hemp Milk –
Making your milk may sound complex, but after you do it, you’ll discover it’s a lot easier than you think! Blend the hemp hearts with water and some vanilla essence, and you’re done! You’ve prepared dairy-free milk in less time than it takes to get to the grocery store.
f. Salads –
Hemp seeds may be strictly what you’re searching for in salads. Take a handful and toss them on your favourite vegetables for a plant-based source of nutrition with a nutty taste that will enhance the remainder of your dish.