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!
At the moment everyone is raving about chia pudding. But it’s an overnight thing. This Raw Vegan Flax Seed Pudding recipe only requires 4 ingredients. It’s high in omega-3, high in fiber, quick and easier to make!
The perfect breakfast to keep you feeling full and satisfied all morning. And don’t count it out for dessert, either — this is sure to satisfy sweet cravings.
Do you pamper your gut? Unbalanced gut flora can impact mood, weight, immunity, energy, brain function, and skin. Yup. A healthy gut is a happy body and mind!
These “tacos” are easy to make, and they don’t take very much time to put together. They’re pretty versatile, so if you don’t have an ingredient, such as one of the spices, they’ll still be delicious. The different components can be made ahead of time and put together in the evening, so they’re a perfect meal for a busy weeknight, and since they don’t require any heat to cook. Enjoy them with tortilla chips, cut vegetables, or with a salad.
Let’s make this creamy, to-die-for whip frosting! Why not add superfood powders into your baking needs? This way you get more nutrients from your foods! Spirulina contains approximately 60-70% complete proteins which are easily absorbed by the body, and with needed vitamin Bs (B6, B12, etc) to facilitate our brain functionality. I usually take spirulina with my smoothies but today I have decided to add them into my cakes, and boy am I proud of my decision!
Fortunately, green smoothie recipes have improved by leaps and bounds since stepping into the health limelight. And while you can buy a slurp-worthy spinach smoothie, making your own is so much better (and cheaper). You can experiment with flavors, make adjustments if the taste of the greens is too potent (or not potent enough), and control the amount of sugar, protein, and anything else you’d like to monitor more closely.
An easy way to get in more greens is by adding a handful of spinach to a smoothie. I choose smoothies over juice. Juicing removes all the good stuff and you miss out on the whole food benefits. Why waste all the pulpy goodness? I like to keep my smoothies simple with just a few ingredients.
Fermented Overnight Oats will get you out of your same old-same old breakfast rut while also providing you with beneficial probiotic bacteria for your gut. In addition, there is no reason to skimp on a healthy meal if you are busy; this meal is ideal for busy mornings for they are already prepared. Just enjoy and get on with your day.
What is a Buddha bowl? There are a lot of speculations about the origin of these delightful bowls, but the term is commonly used because of the bowl’s appearance. Packed full of greens, raw or roasted veggies, grains (like brown rice or quinoa), beans/legumes, and/or tofu, Buddha bowls have a “rounded belly” appearance on the top, like the belly of Buddha (urban dictionary). These bowls are often made with simple, pure, nutrient-dense foods promoting a healthy body, mind, and spirit.
If you want to make a gorgeous yet simple lemonade then grab some lemons off of a tree (or from your local market) and get squeezing! This recipe is too quick and delish to pass up.
These popsicles are gorgeous and will make a great companion on hot summer days!
Feeling a little “beet” under the weather? Try this easy and delicious vibrant noodle salad bowl, I’m sure you will feel a whole lot better!
A soup that’s perfect for hot summer days- Raw Vegan Spanish Gazpacho. It’s just so easy to make, and tastes great!
Who doesn’t love carrot cake? There’s even more to love without the refined sugars and whatnot. There’s some genius surprises too, like a hint of dried pineapple, and a dash of maple syrup. And it’s surprisingly easy to make, too!
Here’s a sweet and simple lemonade recipe, sweetened with maple or agave ― pick your favorite!