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These delicious fruity crepes are great either for dessert for an extra special breakfast. There’s nothing quite as charming as the apple caramel combination. These apple caramel crepes are super easy to make — the dehydrator does most of the work! And when your crepes are made from bananas and flax, you don’t even need to feel too guilty if you do decide to enjoy these irresistibly sweet treats first thing in the morning. Maybe wash them down with some sweet, tangy juice!
These great little mini-pies are awesome for entertaining. Quick to make, super-duper delicious, and not too bad to look at, either! This impressive caramel pecan pie has a high payoff for just a little bit of effort. It’s sound economics, people! Or is that taste economics? You decide! Treat yourself and your friends to a little caramel pecan pie!
If raw vegan nori rolls with sunflower mayonnaise and tamari salsa excites you, then we’ve got two pieces of good news for you! This is the first awesome recipe from raw vegan chef Jay Halford.
Mint and chocolate go together like… pumpkin and spice. While pumpkin spice will have you thinking Fall, there’s something particularly wintery about mint chocolate. As our days grow shorter and colder, what better time to curl up with a delicious, chewy plate of raw peppermint chocolate fudge? With only a handful of ingredients, this recipe can easily be thrown together. It’s a great one for sharing with family and friends!
You can either buy nut butter from the store, or you can make your own! Simply toss a couple of handfulls of almonds into your food processor, and process until the nuts release their oils and break down into a smooth consistency. You can speed the process up by heating the nuts in an oven for up to 10 minutes, but it isn’t necessary.
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!
Ooooh chocolate chip cookie dough. The nostalgia is strong in this one! We thought we might have left chocolate chip cookie dough behind us, but here it is again, all raw and natural! A big win for inner (and outer) children everywhere!
This recipe is real simple, with just a handful of ingredients. You can take it that extra step by mixing up your own chocolate chips. A real crowd pleaser if you’re entertaining, especially for the little ones! If you’re feeling particularly decadent, you could combine this cookie dough with some cold delicious nice cream.
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!