[notphone][twocol_one] [/twocol_one] [twocol_one_last] After scorching temperatures of summer, many are looking forward to cozy jumper weather of autumn. Yes! Aren’t we looking forward to the cooler days and darker nights? So may upsides to Autumn’s coming besides the beautiful trees. Can’t you just smell the apples, cinnamon, cranberry and nutmeg? Welcome Autumn and beat the…
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!
This is maybe the closest thing to a seasonal sauerkraut I’ve come across. It’s also a great way to get the probiotic benefits with a bit of a spicy apple twist! If you’re looking for something a bit more exciting with which to invigorate your gut bacteria, or if you’re looking for a more flavorful kraut, then this spiced apple sauerkraut has your name on it!
‘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.
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.
Sometimes a smoothie is a little too heavy, but plain old water is just… a little too plain. Well, water doesn’t have to be plain! With a little bit of a planning ahead, you can make your very own ultra-delicious infused water. Of course, you can use pretty much whatever ingredients you like. But here’s a recipe that’s been tried and tested.
Not only is this infused water lovely to drink, but it’s full of antoxidants from the apples and lemons, it has the anti-inflammatory benefits of ginger, as well as all sorts of wonderful nutrients. And with ginger and lemon, it’s a great morning or after-dinner drink to help with digestion.
Did you know that apples are part of the rose family? It’s true! you can really see the resemblance in these beautiful caramel apple tarts!
This gorgeous and healthful dessert is a great recipe for any occasion where you want to impress some guests. Just look at stunning thing! It’s almost a shame to eat it. Almost.
The delicious crust is made from dates and figs, and the caramel is dates, apples, and some tasty spices. It may be an apple in the shape of a rose, but dates are really the star player. Not only is this delicious (and did we mention gorgeous?) caramel apple tart raw and vegan, it’s also full of nutritious ingredients. This isn’t junk food!
There’s a lot of smoothies out there. We’ve all probably got our favorites. Well this Goji Apple Smoothie is Emily von Euw’s favorite (for now), and who are we mere mortals to question her smoothie judgement? You’ve got the regular suspects: your apples and your bananas. Then you’ve got your grapes: a common fruit but one not often seen in smoothies.
Then, of course, you’ve got your goji berries. As you’re no doubt aware by now, goji berries have been taking the world by storm with their long list of health benefits. On top of that, they’re pretty delicious.
Fall is here, one of the most beautiful times of year. And with the fall come the apples. What better way to celebrate this great season than with one of the best rustic treats of all time: caramel apples!
There’s something magical about this time-honored dessert. It’s a childhood memory that really lasts. One of the great and understated aspects of this old-fashioned recipe is the use of real wooden sticks. It adds a certain element of charm, and really ties in with the season! A great way to create some warm memories with your friends and loved ones ―especially the youngsters!
I can’t think of much that looks as delicious as a plate of caramel apples!
Fall is approaching, and that means many great things. One of the greatest, of course, is the return of apple season! And what better way to enjoy this most wonderful of fruits than a nice apple pie? Well, if you’re a smoothie person, how about an apple pie smoothie!
This smoothie really is pretty much a no-bake apple pie in a cup, but with the welcome addition of banana for some creaminess and almond milk for some liquidness. It’s all the best parts of apple pie! More transportable, and with nothing not to love. Welcome the approaching autumn with open arms and a full cup. Of apple pie smoothie.
Tart, sweet, crisp. Apples and cranberry is already a killer combination. But add some celery, ginger, lemon and a bit of lettuce? Oh my. Who knew detox could be so delicious?
But as the title suggests there’s more to this ambrosial beverage than sensory delight. The apples will help regulate your blood sugar. Celery is anti-inflammatory and contains lovely vitamin K. In addition to vitamin K, romaine lettuce also brings K while lemon brings the C. And of course our good friend ginger aids in the digestion, as well as being a powerful anti-inflammatory.
Juicing pulls the fiber from your fruit and veggies, leaving you with plenty of nutrients to give your digestive system a bit of a vacation. That’s why they call it a detox!
You know what they say about apples! This gluten free no bake apple pie isn’t just excellent in the taste department, it offers all kinds of wonderful health benefits!
According to Ayurvedic expert Laura Plumb, lovely apples are good for your blood, skin and eyes. An they’re anti-inflammatory. They’re also great for helping control blood sugar, and appreciably full of fiber. This apple pie may be a dessert, but that doesn’t mean it can’t also be super healthful!
Yes, apples have a special place in our hearts. They’re symbolic of all that is good and worthy! While doctors may be repelled by them, teachers seem to find them irresistible. Just imagine how teachers might feel about this raw apple pie!
What better way to start the day than spiced carrot and apple breakfast bars! It’s like a cookie, but it’s a nutritious breakfast! With some fresh orange juice or a killer smoothie, you’ll be in real fine shape.
This is a particularly good breakfast for those of us who aren’t really morning people. Save yourself the hassle of having to engage in early morning thinking, and have these breakfast bars ready for you as soon as you wrench yourself out of bed!
Or, if you are a morning person, these breakfast bars make for an awesomely portable snack to take with you on your early morning jog! Really, there’s no way to lose!
If you’re into juicing, you can save up your carrot pulp to make these tasty breakfast bars. Otherwise, you can use shredded carrots. Either way, you’ll be on your way to a wonderful day!
There’s nothing as simple and wholesome as apple sauce. We all loved it as kids, yet we seem so rarely to take advantage of it as adults. Maybe it’s time to feed that inner child!
Lots of people think you have to cook apples to make a delicious sauce. Not so! With the magic of a food processor, you can whip of a batch of soft, creamy and delicious apple sauce in less time and with less effort than by cooking. And you get to enjoy all the nutritional benefits of raw, natural apples!
This recipe is a great way to use up bruised or aging apples. Some of the more progressively-minded grocery stores out there also sell those $1 bags of imperfect produce. This recipe is perfect for that! Who could say no to a whole pot of natural, fresh apple sauce for just $1?
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!