Ojas Recipe Contest

Ojas Recipe Contest

Our patients and customers have been raving about our delicious and nourishing Ojas Nightly Tonic. Have you tried it yet? Many have asked about new ways to enjoy it, in addition to the standard recommendation of drinking it in warm milk with raw honey. As we understand that we all have different needs and preferences, we decided to ask you!

What is your favorite way to eat the Ojas Nightly Tonic? Do you enjoy it by itself? Or do you add it as a topping, or main ingredient to one of your meals?

Share your recipe with us, and our LifeSpa community,
by entering our Ojas Recipe Contest.

The winner will receive:
(3 jars of Ojas)


When to Enter:
Enter between Thursday, June 20 (12:00am Mountain) and Monday, July 1 (12:00am Mountain).

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How to Enter:
Post your recipe as a Comment below, where it says “Leave a message:”.

Invite Friends to Vote on your Recipe
Invite your friends to “Vote up” your Comment, which is similar to a Like on Facebook. The more Up votes you receive, the more likely you are to win. You can invite your friends to Vote Up your Comment via FaceBook, Twitter, email, or any way you wish.


  • One of the ingredients must be our Ojas Nightly Tonic.
  • Your recipe can be complex, or as simple as “I sprinkle it on my _________”.
  • Please keep your recipe (‘Comment’) to 400 words or less.
  • Be creative! Surprise us!
  • Recipe must be low in sugar and use whole foods (please, no processed or sugary ingredients).
  • Recipe can be a side dish, entrée, salad, beverage, dessert, etc.
  • You may enter up to 3 recipes. Please enter each recipe as a separate Comment.
  • Optional: You can use Ayurvedic principles, such as suggesting it for a particular season or body type (dosha).
  • No soliciting.
  • Please keep your entry PG-rated.
  • LifeSpa has the right to delete any inappropriate Comments.

How Winners will be Chosen:
After the contest ends on Monday, July 1, a panel of LifeSpa judges will evaluate all submissions and select one winner based on the following criteria: (a) 25% based on flavor and tastiness; (b) 25% based on healthy ingredients and preparation; (c) 25% based on presentation and description and (d) number of Up votes received.

How We Will Notify the Winner
LifeSpa will reply to your comment to let you know that you won! To see if you won, visit this page on Thursday, July 4 to see if you received the winning reply from us. If you receive the winning reply, please call us at 303.516.4848 to give us your address so we can mail you your 3 jars of Ojas Nightly Tonic.

When the Winner will be Announced
The winner will be announced on this page and in our newsletter on Thursday, July 4.

Please contact [email protected] or call 303.516.4848.


Enter the contest by posting your recipe as a Comment below.
(“Leave a message:”)


Join the Community Conversation!

* Please Note: We cannot effectively or legally answer personal health questions here, for further assistance please consider a personalized Ayurvedic Consultation.

  • LifeSpa Staff

    All of us at LifeSpa are so excited to read your yummy recipes, Let’s get Cooking!

  • Kim Viehweg

    I sprinkle it on peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.

  • Centella Asiatica

    a bowl of hemp granola with halved cherries and grapes, almond milk, a spoonful of Ojas and a spoonful of sunflower seed butter to stir throughout. great for pittas and vatas<3<3<3

    • Centella Asiatica

      or negate the sunflower seed for kapha yum!

  • Raquel Alexandra

    I don’t have air conditioning in my apartment, and I’ve been craving something cool before I go to bed these past couple weeks and have come up with my own version of ojas ice cream: 1 sliced frozen banana, young coconut flesh, 1/4 avocado, a bit of vanilla, dash of cinnamon and a spoonful of Ojas tonic. Blend together and top with raw cocoa nibs, chopped dried figs or whatever your heart desires…so good!

  • Kalpana Ramji

    I am so excited to share the recipe for Ojas fudge. This is a recipe conceived based on ingredients in the OJAS tonic and so the amount of sugar can be adjusted . This recipe brings me warm memories of my childhood days eating a semi-warm dessert made by my mom. It is an easy and a healthy alternative for those with sweet tooth like me after dinner.

    Ojas Fudge:

    1/2 cup Ojas
    1/4 cup coconut palm sugar
    1 table spoon ghee
    almond milk or regular milk (to dissolve the Ojas and sugar).

    Mix Ojas, palm sugar with milk (or almond milk) to get batter consistency. Heat Ghee in a pan on low flame and add the ojas mixture and stir for about 15 minutes (time may vary on gas versus electric). Once the mixture thickens and the ghee floats on the top the fudge is ready. Spread on a greased plate and cut the fudge into small square serving pieces and serve semi-warmed or chilled.

  • jimwillride

    I’m in Chile now and love experimenting with some of the foods that are more common here than in Colorado. And I am most enamored now with the cherimoya. It’s a deliciously sweet and creamy subtropical fruit that looks a little like a cross between an apple and a lizard. It’s thought to be native to the Andes (high in vitamins C and B-6) at semi-high altitudes: It doesn’t like snow, but likes to see snow! And because July is winter down here, I like to add boiled spring water to a couple of spoons of cooked whole oats, mix in some whole cherimoya, and sprinkle with Ojas. Yum!

  • chance

    Ojas candy: puree an equal amount of dates and almonds in a food processor so that a dough forms. Sprinkle in ojas and mix in with your hands. Either press into a small pan, chill, and cut into small squares or make small balls and roll in fine coconut. Divide the number of servings you made by the servings of ojas you included to get the “dose”. enjoy!

  • Laura Saffioti

    I love the chai-like flavor of Ojas and it works great in a yogurt parfait:
    Use your favorite yogurt (I like plain goat’s milk)
    in a glass layer yogurt, then sprinkle Ojas, and then fresh fruit (especially good with berries or peaches). Top with more yogurt and a generous sprinkling of Ojas. Feel free to experiment with whatever you have on hand: strawberry-rhubarb compote, maple syrup and almonds, pistachios and rose water.
    This makes a great breakfast or dinner on those 100 degree days.

  • Wendy0703

    Ojas Nightly Tonic recipe: Apple and pear delight


    2 medium apples cut in cubes (do not remove peel)

    1 pear cut in cubes (do not remove peel)

    1 tablespoon of coconut oil or ghee

    1 teaspoon of ground cinnamon (Ceylon)

    1/4 teaspoon of ground cloves

    1/4 teaspoon of ground ginger

    1/2 cup of flaxmeal

    1/2 cup of sesame seeds

    1/2 cup of almond slices


    1. Preheat oven to 350 ºF.

    2. In a baking dish, place fruit cubes and drizzle melted coconut oil or ghee over.

    3. Sprinkle spices on top of fruit.

    4. Bake mixture for 15-20 minutes or until apples and pear are soft. Remove from the oven.

    5. In a small bowl, mix seeds and almond slices.

    6. Sprinkle seeds and almonds mixture on top of fruit.

    7. Serve each portion on dessert plates topped with one teaspoon of Ojas Nightly Tonic.

  • Khandro Noble

    Raw Chai Pie

    Base layer:

    2 cups almonds
    1/2 dates
    4 tablespoons Ojas

    Blend in food processor (begin first with the almonds). Then press firmly into a pie pan.

    Next, for the top layer:

    1 cup cashews
    1 1/2 dried coconut flakes
    1/4 cup agave (light is preferred)
    1/4 cup water

    Blend in food processor, cashews first. Pour onto almond base, smooth out sticky top layer. Place in freezer for 20mins to set. Keep in the fridge.

    Simply delish!

  • connieknudson

    Here is another recipe that I have used when I don’t have time for preparing a recipe.

    I just mix 2 T. of natural, organic peanut butter with 2 T. of raw organic honey. I mix the two together and then mix in Ojas tonic. Oh-so-good as a dessert!

  • connieknudson

    My first recipe disappeared, so I will enter it again (I only submitted one other.)
    This is for Dairy-Free Chocolate Pudding
    It is knock-off-your socks delicious!
    1/2 C. pitted dates, soaked for 30 min.
    1 ripe avocado
    2 T. raw or roasted carob powder
    1 T. raw cacao powder
    1 T. raw local honey
    dash of sea salt
    1 tsp. alcohol-free vanilla (optional)

    Drain the dates and set aside the soak water. Place dates and remaining ingredients in the blender. Add just enough water for it to blend smoothly. Blend until you get a smooth consistency, and no green avocado color is left. Chill for about an hour before serving. When you’re ready to serve, add 1 tsp. Ojas tonic and mix it in, or simply top your serving of pudding with yummy Ojas! Dip in your spoon and experience the most lucsious chocolate pudding ever!

  • Lucija Talijancic

    Ojas Veggie Cream

    This recipe works well as a side dish or a standalone breakfast (in this case increase the portion size by 50% or 100%).
    You will need the following ingredients (per person):

    1 cup of tightly packed peeled and cubed sweet potatoes
    2-3 Tbs soft leafy greens (baby greens, spinach, etc)
    1 Tbs chopped fresh cilantro leaves
    1 Tbs dry roasted coconut flakes
    1 tsp water with 1/8 tsp Himalaya salt dissolved in it
    1/2 tsp fresh lemon juice
    1/4 tsp fresh lemon zest, finely grated (only the yellow part)
    1 tsp raw cococnut oil or ghee
    2 tsp raisins
    1/2 tsp chopped fresh ginger
    1 tsp Ojas Nightly Tonic mix


    1. Steam the sweet potatoes for about 10 min, until soft.
    2. While the potatoes are steaming, dry roast the coconut flakes, chop the ginger, and make lemon juice and lemon zest.
    3. In a medium size skillet gently warm up the oil or ghee and add the ginger. When ginger is golden yellow, add raisins and stir until they puff up. Add Ojas mixture, stir two more times and add the chopped baby greens. Let cook for a minute until the greens are cooked. Remove from heat.
    4. Add the steamed sweet potatoes, roasted coconut, fresh cilantro, lemon juice and zest, and salt water.
    5. Mash everything well until creamy looking.
    6. Serve warm and enjoy!

    • John Douillard’s LifeSpa

      Congratulations, Lucija! You won the Ojas recipe contest. We love how healthy and wholesome, balanced and ojas-building your entry is. The cilantro seems to lighten up and summer-ify the warming and building nature of the sweet potato. We will announce you and your recipe as a winner, as well as direct our readers to all of these wonderful recipes, in our newsletter tomorrow.