Going green? Always make sure you have a “rawnola” on hand. This super-nutty, super-fruity raw vegan buckwheat granola recipe is a crowd pleaser!
Charcoal does have some great benefits for the body, it is commonly used to remove toxins or even poison from the body. The thing with charcoal is that in its ability to remove the not-so-good things, it can also prevent your body from absorbing nutrients if taken too often. So- use sparingly! And a little goes a long way! So if you want to experiment with this recipe, just do so mindfully and gently. It’s a bowl to enjoy every now and then as opposed to every day.
Looking for a quick and easy breakfast recipe that combines a creamy berry smoothie with protein-packed quinoa? Look no further! This Berry Quinoa Breakfast Bowl is super simple to make and packed with flavor. All you need is a handful of ingredients and your favorite smoothie bowl toppings to get the breakfast party started!
These raw vegan pumpkin chocolate brownies are just about the perfect fall/winter treat. With chocolate chips, cacao nibs, walnuts, and coconut, it’s a dessert that will please (almost) anyone!
Seeds are a delicious, protein-rich and healthful snack. This raw spicy seed mix is easy to make, you just have to be a bit patient!
This wicked take on zucchini noodle pasta takes it up a notch with some spiralized yellow squash and marinated veggies! A rich and delicious raw vegan pasta.
Sometimes you need a snack that you can take with you and go. Nothing suits that purpose better than some tasty granola bars. An awesome energy and nutrient-rich snack that you can take with you to work or on the trail. With all manner of nuts and seeds, plus a good helping of chocolate to keep things interesting.
There’s nothing like a good wrap! It’s like a salad sort of, but only better. These raw vegan eggplant tomato wraps are crunchy, spicy and filled with lots of flavors! They make for a great lunch or dinner. It’s a whole new way to enjoy eggplant!
Looking for something to do with all those pumpkin seeds you just scooped out of your jack-o-lantern? Well how about use them as a garnish on a delicious salad as colorful as autumn itself?
This slaw isn’t fermented, but that means you can whip it up easily in just a few minutes without any preparation. However, if you like to make your own “real” coleslaw, you can substitute that for the 2 cups of cabbage for an even tangier rainbow slaw!