A very simple raw cheesecake recipe with lovely blueberry lemon flavour combination, visually really beautiful with the different layers.
As if raw vegan pizza wasn’t cool enough, raw food wizard Amie Sue now brings you pizza pockets! This genius recipe reclaims pizza pockets for the healthful! Liberate pizza pockets from the cardboard boxes and the microwaves, and let them be free to be as nutritious as they are delicious!
And hey, why not have pizza for dessert, while you’re at it?
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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!
If raw vegan nori rolls with sunflower mayonnaise and tamari salsa excites you, then we’ve got two pieces of good news for you! This is the first awesome recipe from raw vegan chef Jay Halford.
t may not be blueberry season, but there’s all kinds of great things you can do with frozen blueberries! And what could be better than a guilt-free lemon blueberry parfait? The tangy lemon is a nice foil for the sweetness of the berries, and dates and agave round out the sweetness. All you need is a few minutes and a food processor to make this delicious, relatively healthful blueberry parfait.
‘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.
Mmm, corn chowder! Creamy, hearty, comforting. Making soup in a blender is super easy, and preserves all those delicious nutrients and phytochemicals. This vegan corn chowder is made creamy by avocado and unsweetened almond milk (you can substitute for other non-dairy milk if you have almond allergies). The rich flavors are rounded out with paprika, garlic, lemon and — believe it or not! — vanilla. Great as a side or as a main dish.
These lovely mini strawberry cheesecake bites are great for snacking on and for sharing. With just a handful of ingredients, you can whip ’em together pretty quick, but they look so fancy they’re bound to impress! And with all the magic sweetness of dates, you won’t need to add any sugar to these delicious non-cheese cakes!
Here’s an elegant dish that is bound to be a crowd-pleaser. Creamy, rich marinara sauce, plump zesty cannelloni, and even a touch of vegan “cheese”, this raw masterpiece has got it all! Zucchini yet again show’s its incredible versatility and makes for a great cannelloni when stuffed with cashews and nutritional yeast.
With sun-dried tomatoes and black olives, the marinara sauce has a deliciously Meditteranean flavor to it. A great comforting food on a cool fall day, you can enjoy it as a main dish, an appetizer, or as a side! Make sure to give yourself enough time to soak the cashews and dehydrate the brazil nut parmesan.
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!
Do you ever find yourself missing chipotle mayo? Well no more! It turns out that cashews make a great base for raw chipotle mayo, and avocado is the perfect vessel with which to transport said “mayo” to your fortunate mouth!
This recipe looks awesome, tastes awesome, and is super easy to make. You’ve got at least 8 vegetables in this one tight package, and that means a variety of nutrients to keep your engines running clean. And of course, you’ve got all the flavor your taste buds can handle. One couldn’t wish for more.
Sometimes you just feel like something crispy and savory. These zucchini chips will satisfy your need for a crunchy snack, but without any of the fats and super-saltiness of your regular potato chips. It only takes a few minutes to whip these chips up, so they make for easy as well as great snacking. There’s no reason why munchies can’t be healthy!
Here’s something special: a wicked juice cocktail from the head chef of Southern Pressed Juicery. They’ve just opened up a new location in South Carolina. Check it out if you’re in the neighborhood and love organic, raw juices!
Southern Pressed Juicery in Greenville, South Carolina is promoting a new type of Southern comfort food – one that inspires and enables a healthy lifestyle in a fresh and easy way. Southern Pressed Juicery opened in May as Greenville’s first organic, plant-based cold-pressed juicery and restaurant.
Southern Pressed Juicery features organic cold pressed juices, superfood smoothies, and a menu of plant based foods as well as a children’s menu. They also offer 3-5 day cleanse options for beginners, intermediates and more advanced juicers. Southern Pressed Juicery uses sophisticated ingredients such as turmeric, e3 live, spirulina, alkaline water, coconut meat, chia seeds and chlorophyll to create everyday juices and medicinal-like tonics. Each 16 ounce bottle contains 5 pounds of organic fruits and vegetables.
Customers are encouraged to interact with the restaurant’s “Juiceologists,” knowledgeable store advisors who provide a welcoming experience with nutritional information about all products and ingredients as well as the health benefits of menu items.
Chef Xavier Bonnafous, an international plant based raw food chef, leads the culinary division of Southern Pressed Juicery, coming from Miami where he specialized in raw and vegan cuisine. All menu items are 100% organic and feature local products whenever possible. More information is available at www.southernpressedjuicery.com
Southern Pressed Juicery opened a satellite location in August at Furman University in the Trone Student Center.
Southern Pressed Juicery is part of the Table 301 restaurant group which also includes Soby’s New South Cuisine, The Lazy Goat, Nose Dive, Passerelle Bistro, Papi’s Tacos and Soby’s on the Side.