Oh, ice cream. There are some of us (like me) who loves to enjoy it on both the hottest summer and the coldest winter days. And I can’t tell you enough how nothing can beat a homemade vegan ice cream. If you’ve been looking for a quick and easy way how to make your own vegan ice cream, then I have the perfect recipe just for you.
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.
Bananas, nuts, and chocolate are the perfect snacking combination. Chocolate banana nut bites have all the sweet, chocolately goodness that for those times when you need it, but in a healthful, completely natural package that you don’t need to worry too much about! A simple but elegant snack that is great for sharing or for enjoying on your own on a nice relaxing day like today!
Never let a banana go to waste! Add this recipe to the list of amazing chocolate banana snacks!
Sometimes you need a snack that you can take with you and go. Nothing suits that purpose better than some tasty granola bars. An awesome energy and nutrient-rich snack that you can take with you to work or on the trail. With all manner of nuts and seeds, plus a good helping of chocolate to keep things interesting.
This is a deceptively simple and impressive recipe that is an absolute must-try for anyone with a dehydrator. If making banana fruit leather weren’t exciting enough in itself, a chocolate ganache filled cone of banana leather pretty much justifies the purchase of a dehydrator right there. The chocolate ganache can also be used for all kinds of other amazingly delicious things, like cakes or for dipping fruit into. I’m sure you’ll have no problem thinking of things you could do with this creamy chocolate goodness! Just look at 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.
Berries! They aren’t just for smoothies. These delicious chocolate mousse berry tarts are a lovely way to take advantage of frozen berries — especially in the winter months when it can be harder to come across fresh ones! That chocolate mousse filling is made with avocado, and the crust is walnuts. It’s always amazing to see the rich, flavorful creations that can be made with wholesome raw foods!
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 chocolate pudding green smoothie is a great alternative to hot chocolate on a cozy winter afternoon! Now obviously we’re using the term ‘green’ a bit loosely here: this smoothie looks about as green as any chocolate pudding. But with a handful of swiss chard and a helping of avocado, it’s got plenty of green goodness in it, too.
This isn’t the first time we’ve shared with you a recipe which is a the smoothie version of something else. And it probably won’t be the last. Because smoothie versions of other things are so darn fun, easy, tasty, and even healthful! So enjoy a gulp today.
These cookies are a combination of so many wonderful things! Banana bread, coconut cream, and cookies! You’d be hard pressed to find anyone who doesn’t love any of those things, and these things are all of those things! Raw, vegan, gluten free banana bread coconut cream cookies, and all the ingredients are fruits, seeds, and nuts! Who needs corn syrup??
Cherries are a truly marvelous tree! Not only do they produce such delicious, gorgeous fruit, but they also create some of the showiest, prettiest puffy flower displays of all the plant kingdom. In cities around the world, spring begins with the unfurling of thousands of these ephemeral pink flowers, which are gone in just a matter of weeks.
Now, the cherries that produce the beautiful flowers are actually different cultivars than the ones which make the yummy fruit. But just look what happens when you combine the sweet, tart flavor of the fruit, with the serene beauty of the flowers! it makes for quite a picture.
Even if you don’t have some gorgeous cherry blossoms on hand, you can still make these delicious cherry and berries coconut cups! They will still be absolutely stunning, both on the plate and in your mouth.
The recipe does call for heating up the cherry juice in order to condense it. If you want to stick to purely raw, you can probably get away with just using 2 tablespoons of uncondensed cherry juice, but the cherry flavor won’t be as intense.
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!
Chocolate orange is one of history’s great combinations. Like oil and vinegar, salt and pepper, Brad and Angelina, or Batman and Robin. Sure you can have them separately and they’re perfectly good. But when you put them together, oh boy, you really bump it up a notch.
Kicking the flavor combination up yet another notch is a healthy dose of ginger. Ginger is one of the few flavors that rivals chocolate orange, so any recipe that manages to balance all three of these ambrosial flavors is a guaranteed winner.
They’re truffles, but on a stick! After all, sometimes you want to eat some delicious chocolate truffles, but don’t want to get your fingers sticky. Solution: truffle pops!
This recipe is easy to make up, and makes more than enough for sharing. Great for parties, where it please both young and old!
Chocolate pudding! When was the last time you had chocolate pudding? As a kid, there was nothing like it. A little bit of chocolate pudding in the lunch box was always such a superlative delight.
Sadly, pudding gets a bit of a bad rap. Too often we think of the variety that comes in packs of plastic cups. Sure they might be tasty, but so much garbage — inside and out!
Not the case with this Avocado Chocolate Pudding! Your inner child will love the chocolaty sweetness, and your mature self will feel great about the health benefits of chocolate and avocado!