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.
It’s cherry season! There’s nothing like fresh, delicious cherries. Vans, lapins, rainiers… what’s your favorite?
Whatever cherries you prefer, they’d do well in this delicious Mango Cherry Pudding Parfait! Figs, dates, cherries, mango, and of course some lovely chocolate!
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!
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.
Alright, so this cake is raw, vegan, and double chocolate. But what if I told you it was also low in fat?
This isn’t some marketing gimmick and there’s no hydrogenated weirdness. This double chocolate layer cake is actually just made from oats, fruit and cacao. Can you believe it? This is definitely not the cake I would imagine if someone had told me to envision a layer cake made of oats and fruit. Not before now, anyways.
Lots of really amazing raw vegan cakes and confections rely on the magical creaminess of cashews, and that’s totally awesome. But those nuts are pretty fatty, which is great if you’re looking for a source of essential fatty acids. But sometimes you wanna have a big piece of double chocolate layer cake without feeling all heavy and lethargic (talk about having your cake and eating it!).
That’s where this comes in! All the richness and creaminess you need provided by figs, raisins and oats. Who knew that such a thing was possible?