Who doesn’t love carrot cake? There’s even more to love without the refined sugars and whatnot. There’s some genius surprises too, like a hint of dried pineapple, and a dash of maple syrup. And it’s surprisingly easy to make, too!
Carob is like chocolate, but with it has its own unique lovely taste which pairs exceptionally well with lemon and vanilla. It’s cheesecake without the cheesecake! It’s more of a coconut cake, really. And it looks as good as it tastes.
This cake is deceptively easy to make. To get it looking as good as this image, might take some experience!
Just ’cause it’s winter time, don’t mean you can’t enjoy blueberries! Take advantage of some frozen blueberries and whip up a delicious set of these mini lemon and blueberry cheesecakes! Rich, creamy, super duper yummy, and made from wholesome natural ingredients.
Coconut cream! These ganache tarts have it. Rich, sweet, and lovely. Another fantastic recipe that shows that eating healthy doesn’t have to be a sacrifice! These Hazelnut Chocolate Coconut Ganache Tarts aren’t just a good raw vegan dessert — they are an amazing dessert that happens to be raw and vegan!
Who doesn’t love a good donut now and again? These raw coconut mint chocolate donuts are not gonna be exactly like conventional donuts in terms of texture, but they are sure darn good! Yummy, scrumptious, and made from much more wholesome ingredients than traditional donuts!
Part oat bar, part blueberry crumble, these delicious treats are absolutely to die for during blueberry season. To make it perfect, add a little bit of vegan nice cream!
When you think “delicous healthy snack”, you probably don’t think ‘donuts’. Not up til now, that is. These ridiculously awesome raw vegan donut holes are so awesome it’s downright ridiculous. They’re basically an energy bar in ball form, but with the look, feel, and pleasure of a donut hole. This is a recipe you’ll want to make again and again!
Everyone deserves a little treat from time to time. What did you do today to earn yourself one? Did finish a project? Did you accomplish a goal? Did you smile at someone or say something nice? Whatever it is that you did, you earned a reward! All you have to do now is make it!
And what you should make is this berry mango chocolate ice cream cookie! Just for you! Though, if you really wanted to, you could probably share it with someone else who also deserves a delicious treat.
If you follow the recipes we post here with any regularity, you already know how crazy we are for zucchini. You might know the famous capacity for this undervalued vegetable to become noodles. Well, lasagna is a sort of noodle. And so here we are! Zucchini Lasagna! This amazing lasagna is lasagna without wheat and without cheese! It’s basically a magic trick. But unlike magic tricks, even you can produce it! It’s remarkably simple. All you need is a food processor. A mandolin is helpful but not required!
These cookies are a combination of so many wonderful things! Banana bread, coconut cream, and cookies! You’d be hard pressed to find anyone who doesn’t love any of those things, and these things are all of those things! Raw, vegan, gluten free banana bread coconut cream cookies, and all the ingredients are fruits, seeds, and nuts! Who needs corn syrup??
There’s a lot of smoothies out there. We’ve all probably got our favorites. Well this Goji Apple Smoothie is Emily von Euw’s favorite (for now), and who are we mere mortals to question her smoothie judgement? You’ve got the regular suspects: your apples and your bananas. Then you’ve got your grapes: a common fruit but one not often seen in smoothies.
Then, of course, you’ve got your goji berries. As you’re no doubt aware by now, goji berries have been taking the world by storm with their long list of health benefits. On top of that, they’re pretty delicious.
Why go through all the nutritional and moral hassles of milk and butter when you can just have frozen fruit? Seriously, this nice cream is nicer on you and nicer on the planet than any conventional frozen dessert — and it’s just frozen fruit!
That means you can have this frozen treat for dessert, or breakfast, or lunch, or any combination thereof! It might be more accurate to call it a sorbet, but nice cream is just so…nice. Almost as nice as the combination of bananas and blueberries.
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Alright, so this cake is raw, vegan, and double chocolate. But what if I told you it was also low in fat?
This isn’t some marketing gimmick and there’s no hydrogenated weirdness. This double chocolate layer cake is actually just made from oats, fruit and cacao. Can you believe it? This is definitely not the cake I would imagine if someone had told me to envision a layer cake made of oats and fruit. Not before now, anyways.
Lots of really amazing raw vegan cakes and confections rely on the magical creaminess of cashews, and that’s totally awesome. But those nuts are pretty fatty, which is great if you’re looking for a source of essential fatty acids. But sometimes you wanna have a big piece of double chocolate layer cake without feeling all heavy and lethargic (talk about having your cake and eating it!).
That’s where this comes in! All the richness and creaminess you need provided by figs, raisins and oats. Who knew that such a thing was possible?
I think if everyone knew that you could have a raw vegan cream cake that looks and tastes as amazing as this inspirational creation, there’d be a lot more raw vegans around! Is this what they call a case of “having your cake, and eating it too“?
It’s never made sense to me why anyone would want to have a cake and not eat it. I mean, the whole point of having cakes is to eat them. But looking at this Strawberry Cashew Cream Cake, I can see why people might want to just have it. Look at this thing! It’s a work of art. In cake form!
The combination of carob and maple syrup is amazing. The dark sweetness of these two flavors really compliment the tartness of strawberries. Carob is an amazing substitute for cocoa that comes from a cool Mediterranean tree. The taste is almost like a cross between chocolate and raisins. It works wonderfully as a drizzle, with it’s unique yet familiar flavor.
The hardest part about this recipe is waiting for your cream cake the set in the fridge. Try to wait at least 24 hours. Consider that the time to “have your cake”, and only after that you get to eat it!