Here’s a sweet and simple lemonade recipe, sweetened with maple or agave ― pick your favorite!
These rich double dark chocolate cookies pack a decent dose of berries to boot! Sometimes life calls for double chocolate. When that happens, you might as well have the most nutrient-dense chocolate cookies in town.
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These delicious chocolate almond cookies are a great treat that won’t throw your blood sugar all out of whack. Full of nutritious and wholesome ingredients like coconut and flax, these are cookies you can feel good about indulging in!
These are sort of the ‘kitchen sink’ version of brownies, which is to say that there’s a lot of stuff thrown in them! But what might seem at first to be haphazard is, in fact, the most delectable raw brownie recipe this side of the Mississippi.
Coconut and lemon are a winning combination. Sweet, tart, creamy, and a bit sour. Gooey lemon bars are always a special treat. Coconut cream lemon bars are a refreshig, zesty dessert!
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.
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!
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.
This cheeseless cheesecake is just about the prettiest cheesecake you’ve ever seen, even if it isn’t really a cheesecake. And with berry season upon us, there’s hardly a better time to whip up this delicious piece of edible art.
The raspberries and the blueberries mingle into the most wonderfully pink hue. Somehow, this cake tastes how it looks, too. The flavors blend perfectly into a smooth, rich sweetness with just a little bit of tang. You’re going to have to let the cheesecake sit for a while before adding the sauce, so be patient! It’s the hardest part.
If you were setting out to make a raw vegan meal of some sort, chorizo tacos might seem to be just about the least likely candidate you could find, aside maybe from haggis. But these tacos go beyond any mere imitation of meat! These yummy nummies are overflowing with rich, spicy flavor which stands on its own feet. It’s not your grandmother’s chorizo!
Lettuce makes for a surprisingly awesome shell for tacos. Often used in South Asian cuisine for wraps, it’s an interesting sort of fusion to see them here in chorizo tacos. And speaking of that chorizo, it’s amazing what you can do with nuts and some spices!
Tiramisu is a classic Italian coffee-flavored dessert. The name means “pick-me-up”, which I suppose is an acknowledgment of the coffee content. Or maybe it’s a reference to the inevitable improvement in mood that will accompany eating such a lovely treat. Why they call the cake ladyfingers is a whole other question…
Whatever the origin of the name, this is no light energy snack! This is some serious dessert. This coconut tiramisu is just further proof that anything worth doing, is worth doing raw and vegan. The best part is the feeling when you take a bite of the delicious coconut cream squishing out between the ladyfinger layers. Mm.
This recipe boldly makes use of a fresh young coconut, so make sure you watch some videos on how to safely crack these magnificent nuts. As a reward for your efforts, you’ll get some coconut water to enjoy later, too.
A great treat to make for date-night or other occasions when you’re really looking to impress. And of course, you don’t have to be a coffee drinker to love this decadent dessert!
This raw zucchini pasta with pesto is an amazing replacement for your traditional wheat spaghetti. Aside from pizza and ice cream, pasta has got to be one of the most popular favorite foods. Especially for kids. And for good reason. Pasta is a delicious, nostalgic comfort food that most of us grow up with in one way or another. But that stuff isn’t exactly nutrient rich, and we aren’t always looking to carbo-load.
Zucchini pasta solves all of that. It looks and feels almost exactly like old-fashioned noodles, but with all the nutritional benefits of a raw food. Looking at the pictures, you’d have a hard time picking raw zucchini pasta out from traditional noodles. The texture is so close, it’s also used to make lasagna.
The raw garlic provides much of the classic spaghetti flavour, and the pesto adds a zestful creaminess. Pasta is often a family tradition, and with this great dish you can keep it going while maintaining a healthy raw diet. This raw vegan zucchini pasta proves that comfort food can be healthful food.