Noochy Hemp Sprinkle

For putting on everything.  Hemp seeds and nooch– or nutritional yeast, if you’re not a seasoned vegan– combine to make a super tasty, savory condiment that’s good for you, too.  I’ve been sprinkling it on avocado toast, rice and beans, pasta, soup, and basically whatever else where I want to add a delicious cheesy/umami richness and a nice boost of protein, B vitamins, and omega-3s.  I plan on trying it on roasted broccoli real soon and also bet it would be fab on popcorn.  And potatoes. And polenta.  It’s kind of addictive.

½ cup hulled hemp seeds/hearts
¼ cup nutritional yeast flakes
¼ tsp garlic powder
scant ¼ tsp fine sea salt

Add everything to a food processor and process for about 30-45 seconds, stopping to scrape the sides of the bowl as needed, until ingredients form a fine crumb.  Transfer to a jar/air-tight container and store in the fridge.

Yield: About ¾ cup

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2 thoughts on “Noochy Hemp Sprinkle

    1. SarahSarah Post author

      Hi Jackie, thanks for stopping by! For this recipe, I get my ingredients from Whole Foods or my local natural foods store. For the hemp hearts, I usually buy Manitoba Harvest and for the nutritional yeast, Red Star (in a cylindrical container).


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