We’re now well into spring, which is definitely one of the four best seasons. This lovely white chocolate strawberry cheesecake is a perfect treat for celebrating this vernal time of year.
It’s a bit early for fresh strawberries yet, but frozen works just fine! Of course, if you happen to have access to fresh strawbs, you could go ahead and use those instead!
Sometimes you want cookies, and you want them FIVE MINUTES AGO! For those times, these super simple raw vegan peanut butter cookies are a good go-to recipe. Easy, delicious, and you can put them together in just a few minutes. Dates, peanut butter, almonds — simplicity!
These mango pickles will have you wanting to take a trip to Mauritius. Sour, flavorful, and exquisitely interesting. Mauritius has it’s own unique style of pickle, so get ready, gastronauts! Unlike other sorts of pickles, these are meant to be enjoyed pretty quickly. They are quick to make but will only keep for a few days! So you’ll have to get right to it!
Did you ever have ice cream cake when you were growing up? If you did, well oh my gosh you’d best be excited by this recipe. If you didn’t, well, honestly that’s probably for the best. But you should be just as excited! Because here you get the glorious experience which is the frosty, chewy, brownie lovely ice cream cake experience — but without all the questionable stuff! It’s another example of how with raw food you can have your ice cream cake and eat it, too.
Chocolate fudge is wonderful any time of year, but there is something especially pleasant about them during the winter months. Depending on where you live, this might not be the winteriest winter time, which is only all the more reason to enjoy some of these festive delights.
These delicious chocolate fudge squares only take a few ingredients, but make for an absolutely lovely snack! With New Years right around the corner, this decadent chocolate fudge is an excellent raw vegan treat for entertaining lots of guests without much effort, but with a lot to show for it! This recipe will make about 20 squares, and regardless of how many revelers you’ll be sharing them with, you can bet against having any leftovers.
These bites are also quite transportable, which makes them totally acceptable as gifts too! Happy Holidays!
This recipe is probably the best way to use up leftover bits and pieces ever imagined. There’s something uniquely lovely about wraps, and the ability to make up some delicious wholesome raw veggie wraps from your kitchen scraps seems to good to be true — but it isn’t! And these wraps are so much better than your typical wrap because the wraps themselves are made of veggies! It’s veggies all the way down, people!
You can make these lovely wraps out of whatever you happen to have lying around and they should turn out awesome, so long as you stick to the proportions in the recipe.
‘Apple caramel’ are two words that just belong together. Just seeing them side by side, all snuggled up together and cozy, is enough to make one feel nostalgic warm fuzzies. Of course, caramel apples are the prototypical way to enjoy this star-crossed combination of flavors, but it is equally irresistible in pies, tarts, and crumbles. And this recipe lets you get that lovely experience raw!
One of the start pieces in these apple caramel tarts is the pecan crust. Something stupendous happens when pecans are sweetened. It’s ineffable, it’s magical, and it’s perfect for the holiday season. Or any other time, really! You can’t go wrong with a crust made from pecans.
A hearty green soup soothes the soul! And it’s not bad for the body, either. This yummy soup is full of only the simplest whole food ingredients, and with all that color you know it’s chock-full of nutrients, enzymes, and phytochemicals. You can substitute out pretty much any ingredient in this green soup to suit your preferences, but make sure to use lots of greens! Green soup is great for breakfast or lunch, or even for a light dinner. You can also enjoy it as a side dish if you’re enjoying a more extravagant dinner.
These lovely mini strawberry cheesecake bites are great for snacking on and for sharing. With just a handful of ingredients, you can whip ’em together pretty quick, but they look so fancy they’re bound to impress! And with all the magic sweetness of dates, you won’t need to add any sugar to these delicious non-cheese cakes!
Onion rings might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of nourishing raw foods. But that’s precisely what makes this incredible raw recipe so amazing! There’s raw pizza, raw burgers, so how could we not have some raw onion rings, too? With all the raw food creativity out there, there’s no limit to what can be done with wholesome, nutritious raw foods!
Here’s an elegant dish that is bound to be a crowd-pleaser. Creamy, rich marinara sauce, plump zesty cannelloni, and even a touch of vegan “cheese”, this raw masterpiece has got it all! Zucchini yet again show’s its incredible versatility and makes for a great cannelloni when stuffed with cashews and nutritional yeast.
With sun-dried tomatoes and black olives, the marinara sauce has a deliciously Meditteranean flavor to it. A great comforting food on a cool fall day, you can enjoy it as a main dish, an appetizer, or as a side! Make sure to give yourself enough time to soak the cashews and dehydrate the brazil nut parmesan.
We’re well into autumn now, and that means that Pumpkin Spice Fever is upon us! It’s in cakes, it’s in coffees, it’s in muffins. It’s everywhere! People really love the stuff. And yet, so much of the time the pumpkin spice items on the market don’t actually contain any pumpkin!
Nonsense! With these delicious vegan Pumpkin Spice Chocolate Caramel Cups, you get REAL pumpkin and REAL spice! Nothing artificial, nothing weird! Just wholesome, delicious ingredients adding up into one awesome autumn treat. Want to be the most popular house for both trick-or-treaters and their parents this Halloween? Well hand out some of these suckers!
If you haven’t tried zucchini pasta yet, now is the time! It’s basically like the pasta you probably grew up eating, except better in every possible way.
For instance, it’s gluten free, it’s raw, and it’s vegan. That means that most anyone can enjoy it. And they will enjoy it, because the texture is great and the flavor… well the flavor is what you make of it. In this zucchini pasta, the flavor is all about basil pesto with a cashew base! With a bit of nutritional yeast for some extra zing and plenty of garlic to keep away colds and vampires, this is a quick and easy meal you can whip up in just 10 minutes or so!
Pickles are great. Fermented pickles are even greater! Just like with other fermented products, all that microbial activity means all sorts of benefits for your gut and overall health.
Of course, pretty much anything can be pickled.. But typically we mostly pickle cucumbers. What’s up with that? Let’s expand our horizons! What could be a better candidate than the mighty pickled asparagus? Pickled asparagus is a great source of Vitamin B6, calcium, zinc and magnesium, which is a great compliment to all that probiotic goodness.
Oh, and they taste freaking amazing. Some pickled garlic and chilis add an extra yummy kick to the probiotic snack, too.