Key limes technically come from the Florida Keys, but you can use any kind of lime you like for this delicious raw vegan key lime ice cream! It’s everything you love about key lime pie, in ice crem form!
These delightful raw vegan Strawberry Shortcake cookies have only 6 wholesome, nutritious ingredients! Deceptively simple, healthful, and all kinds of delicious. Have your shortcake and eat it, too!
A perfect summer treat! Lemon panna cotta with raspberry and blackberry sauce. The fresh berries on top make it super cute and add that extra little touch. This dessert is super light and refreshing, but the maple syrup adds just a hint of caramelly darkness! Perfect!
To make a nut milk from raw nuts, you need to first make a selection from the “Soaking Time Chart” below, then soak your nuts overnight and head over to the “Ingredients & Directions” tab.
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!
Aren’t these adorable? You certainly don’t have to make this delicious carrot cake as bite-sized hearts, but it’s just so cute that you might as well! This delicious carrot cake recipe has some surprises in it. Like dried mulberries in the cake layer, and coconut water in the frosting. Enjoy it either as one big cake or as scrumptuous little bites!
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!
Pitaya is a cool exotic fruit! And like all other fruits, it belongs in smoothies.
This smoothie is actually a bit more than a regular smoothie. This is a pitaya parfait! The term ‘parfait’ comes from the French word for perfect, and that’s exactly what this raw vegan layered fruit medley is!
This recipe does call for some slightly off-the-beaten path ingredients. The pitaya comes in the form of Pitaya Plus, though I’m sure you can substitute fresh pitaya if you’re so inclined. Lucuma powder is a low-glycemic sweetener, which you could also substitute for a more common alternative if you feel the need.
Pitaya is also known as dragon fruit. This parfait might look super adorable and pretty, but this thing is packed with the superlative power of these mythic beings! You will feel as limber as a lizard and as daring as a drake with all the goodness in this pitaya parfait!
This smoothie may be the smoothie to end all smoothies, but that’s not why it’s called the Omega Smoothie! With delicious and nutritious chia and hemp seeds, this divine concoction will provide you with all sorts of essential fatty acids, not to mention antioxidants, fiber, protein, and a wide variety of nutrients and minerals. And you’ll need all these healthful nutrients as we head into the summer months of long days and fun nights.
Chia is an awesome little seed. They say they make good pets. I’m not so sure about that, but they do add a lovely gel-like thickness to recipes. Great in smoothies, these little things absorb liquid super fast and will expand to several times their original size. As a source of Omega-3s, they’ve got the advantage over flax seeds of not having to be ground up to be digested.
The rest of the Omega Smoothie ingredients need no introduction! Bananas are the all-stars of the smoothie world, and anything with fresh coconut water is bound to be energizing and refreshing. The dates add a bit of sweetness the way only dates can, and cinnamon and nutmeg round it all off with a subtle hint of spice.
The Omega Smoothie makes for a fine day at the beach. Or, if you don’t have a beach near you, a great way to visualize yourself on one anyways!
Sometimes, the most delicious things are the simplest. And there’s hardly anything more delicious than dates and cinnamon. Together they combine to make this super hyper-tasty raw caramel. It doesn’t get much simpler than that.
This killer recipe is ready in just 10 minutes, and is an awesome addition to any brunch or snacking situation. Kids will love the caramelly sweetness that needs no added sugar, making for a great after-school snack. And really, so will adults. You don’t need an excuse for this awesome snack! Fruit is good for you!
Now once you’ve got your caramel made up, there are at least two ways to go about eating it. One method is to take your sliced fruit, and just dunk it in there. That’s one way. Alternatively, you can spread your fruit out on a plate and drizzle the caramel over it. Also a good choice. There’s really no wrong way.
Feel free too to change up the fruit. No reason why bananas or pears can’t enjoy a nice coating of raw caramel!