Just a handful of cherries, some almonds, some dates, and a hint of salt is all you need to make these delicious raw vegan truffles. Simple, delicious, and quick. A great snack to take with you on the go.
Here’s a super simple recipe that makes for a great snack, dessert, or side dish. Quicker and easier to make than conventional applesauce, and you get to preserve the integrity of all those lovely nutrients!
You take some lime, you take some coconut, and you mix it all up wth some avocados and bananas, and there you go. Simple, delicious, flavorful tarts for less than $10! Take a break from winter with these fruity tropical tarts!
This awesome recipe is great either for a snack or even as a light lunch. At under $5, it’s also great for those of us on a tight budget! Packed with flavor and plenty of fun, Lime Chipotle Avocados show you how to do more with less!
This traditional English dessert is a classic favorite amongst children! If your kids (or yourself) are into young wizards, you may recognize it from Harry Potter. This raw vegan version of treacle tarts is a bit healthier than the conventional recipe!
In the midst of cherry season, what could be better than a raw vegan lemon cherry cheesecake? A delicious and refreshing dessert for any occassion!
What’s not to love about raw vegan mushroom burgers? Of course, it only gets better with some homemade avocado mayo! Spicy, delicious, and most definitely nutritious.
There’s something about deviled eggs that just seems so Spring-like. These deviled avocados fit that niche the raw vegan way. Creamy and spicy with that particular piquant flavor that makes deviled eggs so appealing, but without the need for any eggs! Once again, avocado proves it’s versatility.
A delicious recipe that can be thrown together in minutes. Makes for a great addition to any brunch spread or as a contribution to a potluck. The recipe can easily be scaled in case you need to make an extra big batch.
Turmeric is a wonderful spice: a powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant, brilliant color, and delightful taste. Just lovely. It makes a great key player in a salad dressing for all those reasons! Your salad will be beautiful, and with all the wonderful nutrients you’ll be getting, from this turmeric dressing, so will you! You can store it in your fridge for a few days and enjoy this superfood salad dressing again.
Sometimes, you gotta treat yourself to chocolate for breakfast. What’s truly amazing is that this delicious, homemade raw and vegan version of coco puffs is way cheaper than buying the grocery store cereal! Buckwheat groats give you that satisfying crunch you might remember from crisped rice in store-bought chocolate bars. A great breakfast to give you a boost of energy (and chocolate!) first thing in the morning.
They’re truffles, but on a stick! After all, sometimes you want to eat some delicious chocolate truffles, but don’t want to get your fingers sticky. Solution: truffle pops!
This recipe is easy to make up, and makes more than enough for sharing. Great for parties, where it please both young and old!
Did you know that eating spicy food might just be really good for you? As if we needed another reason to feel the burn!
Cauliflower may not have wings, but neither does a buffalo. You don’t need to eat a chicken if you’re looking to get your spice on. All you need is some crispy cauliflower, a handful of spices, and a tall glass of water (just in case!).
As any spice junky can tell you, no buffalo “wing” is complete without an equally tasty dip. And since we’re talking buffalo, it might as well be a ranch dip! Creamy and tangy with avocado and lemon, it provides a great contrast to the hot hot heat of the cauliflower.
These buffalo “wings” are a great party snack. If you’ve got a few friends coming round, you can easily scale the recipe up.
Chocolate tacos! And you thought chocolate pizza was out there. Well now if you’re looking to take a little bit of a Mexican approach towards your dessert-version of a classic favorite dish, then why not whip up some chocolate tacos?
Chocolate taco shells, banana ice cream, vanilla nut cream, and chocolate sauce. They may leave you wanting a siesta, but they’re still pretty good for you! A great snack for a hot day.
Like all of Lisa Viger’s fantastic recipes, these dessert tacos can be made for under $10. You’d have a hard time even finding tacos that aren’t made of chocolate for that price!
A chocolate nut butter smoothie doesn’t need much more of an introduction than that. It’s chocolate with nut butter, and it’s a smoothie. Therefore it’s the greatest thing ever.
If you haven’t been convinced that this smoothie is the greatest thing ever, consider the fact that it comes in layers. So not only is it a nut butter smoothie, with chocolate, but it’s fun and pretty at the same time. Think of other great things that have layers. Tiramisu. Cakes. Ogres. I think the point is made.
The optional cacao nib garnish is a nice way to add a bit of extra bittersweet darkness to the smoothie, and also for a bit of texture. But of course, this isn’t an all-chocolate showcase. That almond butter makes for a super creamy, delicious smoothie that will give you a boost of protein and amino acids on top of your daily recommended dose of chocolate.
This delightful fruity salad is a great way to get yourself into the spring mindset! Super easy to make, this strawberry cauliflower salad is also easy on the wallet. And with all that money you’ve saved, you can get out there and enjoy the fresh new season!
Salads are as much about texture as they are about taste. The cauliflower adds that crunchy dimension you often get from nuts (or pomegranates!). But feel free to add some chopped almonds or walnuts in there too, if you’re looking for a little more crunch or some extra protein.
The best part of this recipe though is the dressing. There’s nothing like a good salad dressing. Oil and vinegar goes a long way, but sometimes you want to add a little sweetness to your life. The combination of onion, garlic and vinegar with strawberries and agave syrup makes for an unforgettable, tangy dressing that you’ll probably want to put on all sorts of salads. And that raw garlic isn’t just for flavor!
Because this salad is so sweet, chef Lisa Viger even recommends having it for breakfast. Talk about versatility: a strawberry cauliflower salad that can be had for breakfast, lunch, or dessert. You might even be tempted to make some for dinner!