How To Make Wheatgrass Powder

How To Make Wheatgrass Powder

Looking for a more convenient way to eat your wheatgrass than by juicing? Not everyone has a juicer. And for those who do have a juicer, it's often hard to find the time to go through the juicing and cleaning process on a busy morning. Look no further because wheatgrass powder is a much more convenient alternative than wheatgrass juice, and it's so easy to make. Read the full wheatgrass powder how-to below.

What You'll Need:
- HAMAMA Grow Kit
- Sweet Wheatgrass Seed Quilt
- Scissors or bread knife
- Baking sheet
- Coffee grinder

Step One: Harvest

You've been growing your Sweet Wheatgrass Seed Quilt in your HAMAMA Grow Kit for 10 days, and's time to harvest! Use scissors or a bread knife to harvest your wheatgrass about 1/2" above the Seed Quilt.

Fully grown homegrown wheatgrass in a grow tray.

Your Sweet Wheatgrass Seed Quilt will look something like this at the 10-day mark, when it's ready to harvest!

Step Two: Bake In The Oven

Next you'll place your harvest on a baking sheet. The baking sheet and wheatgrass will go into the oven to bake at 200 degrees Fahrenheit. After two hours, the wheatgrass leaves will be dry and brittle.

Homegrown wheatgrass in a baking sheet ready to be dried in the oven.

Harvested wheatgrass spread out on a clean baking sheet, ready for drying in the oven.

Step Three: The Grind

Place the dried wheatgrass into a coffee grinder, pulse, and Voila! You have wheatgrass powder ready to go. Store it in your pantry in an airtight jar or Ziploc bag. Each Sweet Wheatgrass Seed Quilt will yield approximately 4 tablespoons of wheatgrass powder. Use half a tablespoon of your wheatgrass powder in your smoothies or mix into water to reconstitute as wheatgrass juice! Try sneaking your wheatgrass powder into other concoctions like soup, salad dressing, yogurt, and more. Enjoy!

Wheatgrass powder in a spoon about to be mixed into a smoothie of kale, fresh ginger, and coconut powder.
Wheatgrass powder mixed into overnight oats with blackberries.  The wheatgrass Seed Quilt is in the background.

Add wheatgrass powder to your breakfast smoothies, among many other things! This smoothie of kale, fresh ginger, coconut powder, and homemade wheatgrass powder makes for an incredible start to your day!

Camille Richman

Camille is the Co-Founder of HAMAMA. She loves sharing recipes and growing tips and tricks with the HAMAMA community!

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Can you pulse the dried Wheatgrass in a Ninja blender I you don’t have a Coffee grinder?

Joanna Fletcher

Hi Jasmin!! I suspect that drying it would change some factors! Most of what I’ve read indicates that drying actually increases the nutritional density because there is less water! :D Wheatgrass powder has a pretty stable shelf life; it should be stored in an airtight container in a cool, dry place. Keep it away from sunlight as the sunlight can diminish the nutritional quality!


Thank you for sharing such a valuable information to us ,which is very much very useful to us now a days .



I am growing wheatgass in my livingroom and I love it. I plan to put it in my dehydrator to dry it. I feel the high temp of 200 would take away from the nutritional value. I will attempt it at a low temp of 103 to 106. It will take longer but I feel its worth it. I am excited to make the powder as I have some immune issues and feel it is an amazing way to bring my system back to balance. Thank you for your site. Sharon


Hi, I am wanting to grow wheatgrass too! I like the idea of drying it, but have a concern of it losing nutritional value. Can you please answer that. Also, I have always read that if you heat over 105 it does lose nutritional value. Dehydrating to me would be the answer. I love your creative process though.
Thank you,


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