Spirulina is known to be more useful abroad than in Korea because it contains more protein than Chlorella, the same microalgae. In the past, sources of animal protein were diverse, but since it takes a long time to receive protein along with environmental pollution, we thought that spirulina could attract attention as a new protein source. In this study, application cases were analyzed in foods in the fields of acorn cake, tofu, dumpling skin, fish cake, white bread, pound cake, salad dressing, and yogurt and so on. As a result of centrally analyzing antioxidant and sensory evaluation, it was confirmed that the results were effective enough to develop products in tofu, dumpling skin, fish cake, and pound cake. It is thought that development of food in other fields will be possible if an additive amount that can match the consumer's preference is found by supplementing the mixing ratio. If it is used as a main raw material for existing food rather than as a raw material for health functional food, consumer preference can increase and quality can be further improved, and it can be suggested as a good alternative for an aging society.