This simple recipe is great for creating a truly raw alternative to conventional flour that has the added benefit of being gluten free. Made from 100% raw, natural almonds, this almond flour is dense in both flavor and nutrients.
Almond pulp is the byproduct from making almond milk, and it’s also the secret ingredient for making this delicious raw vegan apricot bread! This recipe is a bit involved, but completely worth it! Plus, it’s an excuse to make some homemade almond milk. Yields an 8.5 x 4.25 x 2.5″ loaf.
This recipe couldn’t be simpler. Natural, healthy, and delicious: there’s no need to complicate things. This Mango Banana Pudding is a great snack or a nutritious dessert or even for breakfast. Pudding! Forget about the stuff that comes in a plastic cup!
You can customize your pudding with vanilla, cinnamon, some berries, or whatever other flavors you like. Adding some chia seeds will make it a bit thicker, too.
Oh, the wonderful things you can do with a dehydrator! You can use these banana wraps as a delicious raw vegan crepe, or you could enjoy them simply as fruit leather. Who knows what other creative uses might be found for a delectable banana wrap!
These veggie burgers are the ultimate. You can either use some big fat portobellos for the bun, or if you feel like going the extra mile you can make some delicious sourdough buns to go with it! No matter how you slice it, these patties a real gourmet veggie burger!
This delicious raw vegan cheese wheel is both rustic and luxurious! Probiotic and made from wholesome nuts, this recipe will impress everyone — even you!
As if raw vegan pizza wasn’t cool enough, raw food wizard Amie Sue now brings you pizza pockets! This genius recipe reclaims pizza pockets for the healthful! Liberate pizza pockets from the cardboard boxes and the microwaves, and let them be free to be as nutritious as they are delicious!
And hey, why not have pizza for dessert, while you’re at it?
This is a deceptively simple and impressive recipe that is an absolute must-try for anyone with a dehydrator. If making banana fruit leather weren’t exciting enough in itself, a chocolate ganache filled cone of banana leather pretty much justifies the purchase of a dehydrator right there. The chocolate ganache can also be used for all kinds of other amazingly delicious things, like cakes or for dipping fruit into. I’m sure you’ll have no problem thinking of things you could do with this creamy chocolate goodness! Just look at it!
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Nothing says “good morning” like soft, delicious blueberry muffins. With the added soothing aroma of lavender, these muffins will help smooth over the transition to wakefulness even for those of us who really aren’t morning people.
Raw macadamia nuts provide much of the body of these blueberry muffins. They also help provide that wonderful buttery flavor. A hint of maple syrup, some cinnamon, and of course lovely lavender make for a uniquely pleasant experience. Dried blueberries are use for their texture and because they have a bit more of a concentrated flavor. Which is great, because there sure is a lot of flavor in these lavender blueberry muffins!
That’s right, a cashew cheese wheel. This is a recipe that will really turn some heads.
“Would anyone like some home-made brie?”
“But I thought you didn’t eat dairy!”
This recipe is worthwhile just for the fun of the surprise it will inspire in your friends or family. But on top of that, it’s just so darn cool.
Cheese really is a pretty special thing. There’s nothing quite like the rich, creamy, tangyness of good cheese. Nothing, that is, except this vegan cashew cheese. Often times, in vegan cooking, recipes that attempt to emulate non-vegan dishes tend to fall a little flat. That isn’t the case at all with this recipe. You can think of this cashew cheese as more of a replacement for dairy cheese than as an imitation.
While this recipe does involve quite a number of steps, it has remarkably few ingredients. The added probiotic powder helps not just to give it that cheesy aroma, but also grants it the probiotic benefit of dairy cheeses. That means your gut will love this cashew cheese as much as your mouth.
On a similar vein, I would definitely recommend including the nutritional yeast. It really helps add a subtle depth of flavor which is so nice in good cheeses.
Cream cheese is just one of those things. There’s just something about it that can’t really be replaced by peanut butter or jam. It’s in a category of it’s own.
But ‘real’ cream cheese isn’t exactly great for you. Very luckily for those of us that love healthy lifestyles but also love the unique experience of this classic rich and creamy spread, raw recipe genius Amie Sue has come up with this super easy, dairy-free version that will have your mouth watering.
Cashews are the perfect nut for making spreads. The nutritional yeast and the lemon add to that ineffable subtle tanginess of traditional cream cheese, but with all natural goodness!
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Chia can be a wonderful addition to your diet just for fiber content alone and chia pudding is a great way to eat this wonderful and healthy seed.
Chia is high in fiber… The dietary fiber content is approximately 56.5 g per 100 g of seeds — 14.1 g being soluble. Unlike dietary fiber from cereal grains, the soluble fiber content of chia seeds takes more time to travel through the intestinal tract, which helps add bulk to the stool and provides a slower rate of glucose absorption. MayoClinic.com recommends men 50 and younger to consume 38 g of fiber a day; women, 25 g. So, as you can see, chia can be a wonderful addition to your diet just for fiber content alone.
The sweetness of the strawberries in this chia pudding balances the tartness of the rhubarb. The healthy fats found in the coconut cream helps to mellow out the tartness just a tad as well as giving it a wonderful smooth and creamy mouth-feel.
This chia pudding is cooling, refreshing and filling, Enjoy!
The aroma of the Almond Banana Brittle Cookie Squares drying in the dehydrator is equivalent to baking chocolate chip cookies in the oven! One of two things almost happened… I would pitch a tent in my pantry to camp out below the dehydrator or I was going to bring the machine into my bedroom. It was just heavenly. One thing I noticed when I had switched to a high raw diet was that my sense of smell really developed and trust me, this bar caused my nose to go into hyperdrive mode!
These bars are firm, crispy and chewy all in one. My husband loved the ones with chocolate the most, but then he does love chocolate. The combination of the almonds, bananas and chocolate created a wonderful medley of flavors. Bob and I bantered back and forth a bit as to what to call them… bars? cookies? He thought they were too thin to be bars and well, I didn’t think the square shape reminded me of a cookie. We playfully duked it out… we met in the middle… Almond Banana Brittle Cookie Squares. LOL He walked away smiling as he went to eat another one.
So call them bars, call them cookies, call I’ll want one when you make them.