Soft, nourishing bliss ball that is really grounding, not overly sweet and nourishing with its balance of whole foods and spices.
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!
Cheesecake is kind of weird, isn’t it? I mean, it’s cake, made from cheese. What’s up with that?
Raw cheesecake is less weird, because there’s no cheese! Super delicious, not too sweet, and totally nutritious. This raw vegan lime cheesecake is made from hemp seeds, nuts, lime and coconut. Pure and delicious!
The tropics are nice, but for many of us they are far away. This delicious mango green smoothie allows you to take a trip to the balmy tropics from the comfort of your own temperate home.
To those who do in fact live in the tropics, don’t feel left out! You can enjoy this lovely green smoothie, too. No matter where you’re from, mangoes, bananas, spinach, and coconut are a winning combination. Or perhaps you’d enjoy a beverage with some slightly more temperate flavors.
This is a deceptively simple and impressive recipe that is an absolute must-try for anyone with a dehydrator. If making banana fruit leather weren’t exciting enough in itself, a chocolate ganache filled cone of banana leather pretty much justifies the purchase of a dehydrator right there. The chocolate ganache can also be used for all kinds of other amazingly delicious things, like cakes or for dipping fruit into. I’m sure you’ll have no problem thinking of things you could do with this creamy chocolate goodness! Just look at it!
Ooey gooey cinnamon gingerbread, as a protein snack? Why not! What better way to reward yourself after a stimulating work ou than with some delicious gingerbread date balls? With real ginger, these delicious treats will also help you to digest and to reduce inflammation.
Did you ever have ice cream cake when you were growing up? If you did, well oh my gosh you’d best be excited by this recipe. If you didn’t, well, honestly that’s probably for the best. But you should be just as excited! Because here you get the glorious experience which is the frosty, chewy, brownie lovely ice cream cake experience — but without all the questionable stuff! It’s another example of how with raw food you can have your ice cream cake and eat it, too.
These great little mini-pies are awesome for entertaining. Quick to make, super-duper delicious, and not too bad to look at, either! This impressive caramel pecan pie has a high payoff for just a little bit of effort. It’s sound economics, people! Or is that taste economics? You decide! Treat yourself and your friends to a little caramel pecan pie!
What makes this smoothie so darn pretty? Those in the know, know! Can you guess? It’s pretty obvious once you’ve figured it out.
That’s right! It’s a little bit of beet. And a little beet goes a long way. Not only are they nutritious and delicious, but they make for a wonderful natural and healthy food coloring. Whip up a strawberry coconut cream smoothie right now, and feel the beet!
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.
Peanut butter cups are great, but why limit yourself? The best thing about making your own treats is all the choices you get to make! Do you prefer carob, or cacao? Cashews, or pecans? Sea salt or Himalayan salt? These delicious caramel nut butter cups are a choose-your-own-adventure story, where every ending is blissful. Have your nut butter cups and eat them, too.
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!
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.
We are primates! We sometimes forget that fact, especially those of us who spend most of our days on our butts. But it’s true! And like all monkeys, we need to stay active to stay healthy. And as a monkey, after a session of monkeying about you need to replenish! Monkeys replenish with bananas and coconuts, so should you too!
This super fun chocolate smoothie has got the benefits of potassium, magnesium, vitamins A and C, and electrolytes to help you bounce back after a workout. It’s also got electrolytes, antioxidants, and anti-inflammatories. And it’s got chocolate! Harness your inner monkey, enjoy a Monkey Power Chocolate Smoothie!
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.