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Nutrition facts

Serving size
1 Tbsp (6g)
Calories
20
Total fat
.5g
Sodium
10mg
Total carbohydrate
4g
Dietary fiber
1g
Total sugar
0g
Protein
<1g
Potassium
110mg
Iron
0.4mg
Mushroom blend

Chaga, reishi, lion’s mane, cordyceps mycelial biomass cultured on Organic Oats

INGREDIENTS: Organic cacao, Organic Spice Blend (organic cinnamon, organic turmeric, organic ginger, organic cardamom, organic black pepper, organic nutmeg, organic cloves), Organic black tea powder, Himalayan pink salt

100% USDA Organic, non-gmo, gluten free, vegan, Whole30 & Kosher

Nutrition facts

Serving size
1 Tbsp (6g)
Calories
20
Total fat
0g
Sodium
5mg
Total carbohydrate
4g
Dietary fiber
1g
Total sugar
0g
Protein
0g
Iron
0.3mg
Mushroom blend

Turkey tail and Reishi mushrooms and mycelium cultured on Organic Oats and/or Organic Sorghum

INGREDIENTS: Organic Lucuma Fruit Powder, Organic Rooibos Tea Extract, Organic Spice Blend (Organic Turmeric , Organic Cinnamon, Organic Ginger, Organic Cardamom, Organic Black Pepper, Organic Nutmeg, Organic Cloves), Organic Valerian Root Extract, Passionflower Extract, Organic Ashwagandha Root Extract, Organic Chamomile Extract

Organic, kosher, non-GMO, gluten-free and vegan

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How To Make Chocolate Coconut MUD

If you didn't know, mud can taste like a dessert sometimes. If you have a sweet tooth we recommend you try Chocolate Coconut Mud. It is best made the night before and then refrigerated over night, to give it a chocolate milk like experience. 

Ingredients

  • 1 tbsp of mud
  • 1 serving of powdered coconut tea
  • chocolate milk/nut milk of your choice
  • Mason jar with lid

Directions

  • Prepare mud hot in the jar
  • add powdered coconut tea (cream works too) 
  • mix with the MUD\WHIP
  • Add a chocolate milk\nut milk to your liking
  • Shake well and put in fridge over night
  • Enjoy through a large straw like boba, not plastic though

 

Have your own recipe? Let us know at drink@mudwtr.com 

Recipe By: Jennifer Ivette Avelar Banos

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