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!
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.
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!
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.
This soup might be raw, but that doesn’t mean it can’t also be hot! There’s nothing like the flavor combinations in That food, combining the sweet with the sour, with a healthy dose of spice thrown in for good measure. Mm mm. Ginger, cilantro, garlic, coconut… This curry coconut soup is not lacking in the flavor department.
This raw vegan soup can be enjoyed warm. Raw doesn’t have to mean cold! If you’re trying to warm your bones on a cool day, consider warming your veggies up a bit in warm water before you set to chopping them up. And of course, make sure you vary your level of chili peppers in accordance with your heat tolerance!
Raw food is delicious, flavorful, and healthy. Even when it’s pie! It’s almost unfair.
You’ve probably had apple pies, and you’ve probably had pecan pies, but you may never have had an apple pecan pie like this before. The pecans actually serve as a basis for the crust in this tasty, simple to make apple pie. This recipe is great for when you don’t have a fully-stocked kitchen to work with: all you need is a food processor or a blender, and a pie pan or casserole dish. Even you college students out there can make this one!
The mixture of green and red apples is an interesting touch that provides for a subtle mixing of slightly different flavors in the pie filling. Dates and figs, of course, make up a good portion of the ooey-gooeyness of this delicious raw dessert.
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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!
What’s the difference between a fruit and a vegetable? Some say that a fruit contains seeds. But then peppers, cucumbers and squash are fruit… Does that mean they aren’t vegetables? What is a vegetable, anyways? Are fruits just a type of vegetable?
Whatever the answers to those questions, you can be sure that these tacos are full of fruits and vegetables. And a whole lot more than just kale and pineapple! The taco shells are jicamas! And inside the tacos you’ll find zucchini, tomatoes onion and strawberries. These definitely aren’t your average tacos. They are, in fact, much much better.
But no tacos would be complete without a zesty sauce! These ones come with their own special lime and cilantro dressing. A super fun recipe, and a way to enjoy raw vegan tacos that are gluten free!
For dessert… more tacos?
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Lots of people think that sushi is all about fish. I wonder sometimes if those people have ever actually been to a sushi restaurant: there’s all kinds of rolls and lots of them are meat-free. But while many of the ingredients in your typical sushi are raw, it’s always got rice in it. And that’s a bit of a bummer.
But sushi is really fun to make, too! And thanks again to the magic shape-shifting powers of zucchini, you can make your own tasty yummy sushi rolls with all the stuff you love and none of it that you don’t.
Instead of soy sauce, this recipe goes with a tasty ginger mango sauce. Mango and ginger! Yum.
It takes a bit of practice to get the rolling action down, but the learning experience itself is fun! Sushi is a great meal to make with friends.
That peanut butter and chocolate are a winning combination is no mystery. Of course, the other stuff you tend to find in peanut butter cups out there in the world is a total mystery.
That’s why these are so great! The awesomeness of peanut butter and chocolate, without any other weirdness to throw you off! Six simple healthful ingredients that you can throw together in just 20 minutes. Kids love ’em, and adults will too! There’s nothing like peanut butter cups!
Corn chowder, with a kick! Corn gets a bit of a bad reputation these days what with all the weird stuff we do with it now. But there’s all kinds of wonderful, wholesome healthy stuff we can do with it, too! Here’s one of them.
Spicy and sweet is one of life’s most pleasant and complex combinations. With some creamy almond milk bringing in the texture, this raw take on corn chowder will have you channeling your inner East Coaster.
To properly enjoy this delectable meal, be sure to loudly exclaim the words “corn chowder”, but make sure you pronounce it chow-dah!
SUSHI, I believe that sushi can be an opportunity for everyone to get creative. Yes- most people believe that sushi consists of raw fish and rice…nope- I beg to differ! Sushi should be looked at as “cut up ingredients all wrapped up in nori (seaweed sheets)”! I also think that is an opportunity to get your veggies in. Today I went to the farmers market and was faced with the sea of organic fruits and veggies. The one thing that stood out, besides the tip-of-my-thumb sized organic blueberries that I bought, was a vendor that had pink organic oyster mushrooms.
AMAZING–I have never seen PINK oyster mushrooms! Apparently they taste the same as white oyster mushrooms but are a vibrant pink hue… very curious and beautiful! Instead of searing them or marinating them like most do, I decided to make a raw dish– hence the PINK OYSTER MUSHROOM ROLL was born.
Chia can be a wonderful addition to your diet just for fiber content alone and chia pudding is a great way to eat this wonderful and healthy seed.
Chia is high in fiber… The dietary fiber content is approximately 56.5 g per 100 g of seeds — 14.1 g being soluble. Unlike dietary fiber from cereal grains, the soluble fiber content of chia seeds takes more time to travel through the intestinal tract, which helps add bulk to the stool and provides a slower rate of glucose absorption. MayoClinic.com recommends men 50 and younger to consume 38 g of fiber a day; women, 25 g. So, as you can see, chia can be a wonderful addition to your diet just for fiber content alone.
The sweetness of the strawberries in this chia pudding balances the tartness of the rhubarb. The healthy fats found in the coconut cream helps to mellow out the tartness just a tad as well as giving it a wonderful smooth and creamy mouth-feel.
This chia pudding is cooling, refreshing and filling, Enjoy!