Creating a Smoothie Bowl is easy and fun! Blend your favorite fruits and veggies, add some liquid (depending on texture), and top with preferred ingredients. Are you a smoothie bowl lover? Why not try beets in your next creation! Red beets are beautiful in color, filled with antioxidants and nutrients, and sweet in taste.
Donut cravings are real. But you don’t have to succumb to the temptation of the sugary, processed, pre-baked monstrosities! There is a solution, and all it takes is dehydrator and a bit of time! These Chocolate Almond Coconut Donuts are raw, vegan, and made from natural raw ingredients. There is an answer out there!
Recipes don’t come any simpler than this, unless you count unpeeling a banana a recipe! For those of us who aren’t morning people, simplicity can sometimes be the best thing about a breakfast recipe. Of course, being delicious and nutritious doesn’t hurt, either!
This traditional English dessert is a classic favorite amongst children! If your kids (or yourself) are into young wizards, you may recognize it from Harry Potter. This raw vegan version of treacle tarts is a bit healthier than the conventional recipe!
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!
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.
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!
This sweet potato salad is something of a cross between a salad and a main course. Crunchy raw sweet potato noodles with delicious currants and a hint of cinnamon — it almost sounds like it could be a dessert, too!
This dish employs such a delightful combination of flavors, it really is completely unique. The curry sauce has a touch of apple cider vinegar for some tasty probiotic zip, as well as the salty rich flavor of tamari (which is, by the way, an awesome way to enjoy the taste of soy sauce without the gluten).
The spiralizer might be one of the most amazing and under-appreciated kitchen tools there is. Being able to turn fresh raw veggies into noodles is almost miraculous, and yet it’s kind of a rare tool. If you don’t have one, you can make this recipe using a cheese grater. If you can find one, a spiralizer is a great tool for all sorts of raw noodle dishes.