Enjoy some of the best almond recipes on the internet. From simple almond milk to almond pate.
Gluten free, sugar-free, dairy free and soy-free, this recipe for warm cacao milk is inspired by raw chocolate truffles! Curl up with your favorite book, a mug of cacao milk, and enjoy some peaceful solo time! Warming it up gently on the stove top or in the dehydrator is optional but we highly recommend it.
So you want to know what’s inside these gooey, sweet and delicious bars? You will only need 4 ingredients, it is extremely easy to do and you can make it either low fat or completely “fat free” if you don’t use the almonds for topping.
This yummy dessert recipe calls for a dense coconut cream which due to the use of cold pressed coconut oil will set to the shape of your ramekin mold. You can use either cultured almond milk yogurt from your local health food store or make you own using soaked, sprouted, and blanched almonds blended into a creamy, thick puree and cultured overnight with probiotics. You may also choose to emit the yogurt and substitute a few tsp of lemon juice for a hint of citrusy tang. Fresh clementines blend with coconut nectar and vanilla bean to create the thick, sweet fruit "coulis" or puree. A pure and simple dessert!
This recipe is so simple and tasty and you're likely to have all the ingredients in your kitchen already. A raw vegan apple pie warmed up with cinnamon and pumpkin pie spice, finished with a dolup of almond butter based caramel sauce.
For this delectable and perfectly Holiday appropriate dessert recipe layers of freshly sliced apple sticks or *apple cinnamon nut crust combine blissfully between layers of apple cream cheesecake filling. Top everything with a generous drizzling of raw lucuma almond butter caramel sauce
Kristina says, "This is a great recipe without any fat! A hearty 811 meal should you choose to indulge!"
Pumpkin puree and luscious, juicy persimmons blend together in your Vitamix with fresh almond milk, dates, and a pinch of vanilla or nutmeg....is it a dessert or a soup? You decide!
Just because you eat a healthy diet does not mean you have to miss out on old traditions like creating fabulous Holiday inspired desserts. This recipe by Jenné Claiborne of Sweet Potato Soul will surely ignite the spirit of the season within you! Fun, highly nutritious, and way more nice than naughty, serve these cookies with hot tea while sitting around the fireplace, or put out a plate for Santa (we've heard he's gone raw!)
A simple base (almonds and buckwheat), sweets (dates, goji berries), spices (vanilla and lavender flowers), superfoods (bee pollen) and seeds (sesame) make their way into this recipe, but feel free to modify depending on the depths of ingredients in your own panty.
The texture of this hot chocolate is a bit thick due to the cacao nibs and the dates. For that reason, it reminds me a whole lot of the super-rich, upscale hot chocolates—the kind that are practically melted chocolate in a glass—that you’ll sometimes find at fine chocolatiers. Except this one is made with only almond milk, cacao nibs and powder, dates, and spice. A healthy spin on a decadent classic.
Enjoy a gooey, doughy, sweetly spiced cinnamon roll while maintaining your raw diet! Hazelnut pulp, ground flaxseed, figs and dates form base ingredients for the rolls themselves. The almond cream is a simple and delicious blend of soaked almonds, dates, a touch of coconut oil and a dash of cardamon and nutmeg to spice it up.
The cinnamon rolls were an adaption of a recipe from Goneraw, check it out for more inspiration!: http://goneraw.com/recipe/cinnamon-rolls
Asian inspired, this recipe is a scrumptious raw vegan take on traditional pad thai with loads of fresh veggies, softened kelp noodles and a crazy delicious spicy-sweet almond sauce. Top with wild jungle peanuts!
Simple, fresh gourmet raw food at its finest! Thin strips of courgette pasta lightly marinated in olive oil and salt, mixed with tender leafy greens, and finally topped with a flavorful sun dried tomato salsa finta and almond polpetta. Raw Italian food always hits the spot!
This recipe involves some steps and preparation, but if you're craving a dense, hearty quiche and have the time to throw this recipe together we highly recommend it! You will end up with a truly rich, flavorful rendition of a quiche without having to relay on the use of eggs or dairy products. Crimini mushroom, white onion, bell pepper, and chopped kale are included in the filling along with a macadamia and zucchini "egg" salad mixture, while the buttery crust is made from a combination of almond flour and flax.
Thinly sliced spiralized butternut squash with fresh or dried cranberries and a generous drizzling of creamy almond butter sauce. Get back on a healthy track after last weeks feasting with a light yet filling, healthy and ultra fresh raw meal that will leave you beaming with energy.
We admit, sometimes it's nice this time of year to have a hearty breakfast in your belly before you head out the door into the cold weather! Enter buckwheat groat porridge with chia pudding, fresh almond milk, dried mulberries, seasonal fruit and maple to sweeten! This recipe will leave you feeling nourished for hours.
So easy and delicious! A chocolate raspberry tart that you can easily adapt by using your favorite fresh seasonal fruit in place of raspberries. Fresh juicy fruit, a simple chocolate date/nut crust, and a generous drizzling of raw chocolate sauce; who can resist!
Not only is it a relatively simple and easy dish to execute, you have options to make it as an appetizer, main course, or even finger food -- it all depends on the size of your tart crust. If you'd rather not make a tart you can simply enjoy the tender/wilted veggies alone (they're certainly tasty enough to do so) and pair them with a sauce or dressing of your choosing.
There is no flower quite like a rose. It can be said to be the queen of all the flower kingdom has been used in cosmetics for thousands of years. If roses are in bloom I’ll use their petals to make a concoction of some sort. Rose is hydrating, healing, anti-inflammatory, relaxing, reduces scarring and is perfect for sensitive skin types.
Today, in my kitchen apothecary I made a Rose Petal Polish for the face. When rose petals are blended they turn into very little substance, surprisingly! So use as many as you need to fill up a jar.
If gloomy fall weather has you feeling a little less than cheery this recipe may very well be your remedy! This cheesecake by Ulyana Michailov is like sunshine and joy in a pie pan! Enjoy the silky texture of young coconut, cashews, irish moss and fresh mango paired with an almond coconut crust.
This is definitely more of a summer favorite, but it’s a nice change of pace from pumpkin everything. This easily makes enough for two people (aww) or one person if you are selfish and very hungry.