Soft, nourishing bliss ball that is really grounding, not overly sweet and nourishing with its balance of whole foods and spices.
You can have these bars with a cup of tea, on a smoothie bowl like I did or just eat them as they are.
You could also try adding toppings before they are solid like fresh fruits, such as berries, figs or mango, or maybe you want some hemp seeds on top!? They are your bars so make them however you like.
What is a Buddha bowl? There are a lot of speculations about the origin of these delightful bowls, but the term is commonly used because of the bowl’s appearance. Packed full of greens, raw or roasted veggies, grains (like brown rice or quinoa), beans/legumes, and/or tofu, Buddha bowls have a “rounded belly” appearance on the top, like the belly of Buddha (urban dictionary). These bowls are often made with simple, pure, nutrient-dense foods promoting a healthy body, mind, and spirit.
Raw Pizza is very versatile and if you make up a big batch of bases you can always top them anytime with what you have on hand.
If you want to make a gorgeous yet simple lemonade then grab some lemons off of a tree (or from your local market) and get squeezing! This recipe is too quick and delish to pass up.
Feeling a little “beet” under the weather? Try this easy and delicious vibrant noodle salad bowl, I’m sure you will feel a whole lot better!
Who doesn’t love carrot cake? There’s even more to love without the refined sugars and whatnot. There’s some genius surprises too, like a hint of dried pineapple, and a dash of maple syrup. And it’s surprisingly easy to make, too!
Sour cream is a bit of a divisive sauce. You either love it or…you don’t. Well, if you do, then this recipe is for you! It’s raw, it’s vegan, it’s sour cream! A little apple cider vinegar, a little lemon, and a healthy dose of spices, it’s a flavorful dip!
Here’s a sweet and simple lemonade recipe, sweetened with maple or agave ― pick your favorite!
Kale chips are awesome with just a bit of salt and oil. These Marinated Miso Kale Chips really crank it up to 11, though! Zesty, zippy, and oh so very flavorful. These kale chips pack a punch!
Carob is like chocolate, but with it has its own unique lovely taste which pairs exceptionally well with lemon and vanilla. It’s cheesecake without the cheesecake! It’s more of a coconut cake, really. And it looks as good as it tastes.
This cake is deceptively easy to make. To get it looking as good as this image, might take some experience!
A delicious, refreshing salad, tied together with some yummy raw vegan feta! The squishy tanginess of feta is a nice addition to a light lunch salad, and with almond feta you don’t have to worry about taking some poor goat’s milk!
NOTE: the almond feta should be prepared one day in advance to give it time to set.
Here’s a super simple recipe that makes for a great snack, dessert, or side dish. Quicker and easier to make than conventional applesauce, and you get to preserve the integrity of all those lovely nutrients!
Just ’cause it’s winter time, don’t mean you can’t enjoy blueberries! Take advantage of some frozen blueberries and whip up a delicious set of these mini lemon and blueberry cheesecakes! Rich, creamy, super duper yummy, and made from wholesome natural ingredients.
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