Browse through many of our favorite organic apple recipes. From homemade apple pie to apple slaw.
This green juice nourishes and cleanses through a bounty of natural (albeit leftover) goodness from dear mamma Earth; green apples, lemon, ginger, cucumber, with an abundance of extra broccoli and kale stems I saved from other culinary efforts. Reduce, reuse, recycle.
Glowing complexions, shiny hair and flat bellies....things many of us aspire to achieve (and CAN!!). This juice blend by Kristina Carrillo-Bucaram was developed with those goals in mind. Full of alkaline minerals and juicy sweet goodness.
Watch her recipe demo video here on youtube!
The ultimate in refreshing nourishment! This is a green drink featuring all star ingredients such as fresh coconut water and the juices of apple, romaine, celery, cucumber, ginger and fennel. This green juice elixir becomes the base of a smoothie with the addition of brown rice protein, Vitamineral green, and white chia seeds. Light and perfectly sweetened by apple and coconut water and packed to the max with minerals and nutrition!
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
The Wild Empress Salad, an updated raw vegan version of the classic Waldorf Salad. The salad makes a perfect appetizer, light meal, or main meal.
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.
Easy, simple, and delish! We love the crunchy, juicy texture of this salad and the fact that it has a nice dose of protein in it from hemp seeds. And of course you can never go wrong with a tahini dressing, at least in our book!
I've been wanting to try kohlrabi for a while now, aware of its pretty presence in the produce isle. I finally got around to it this week. No searching required, it was right there in front of me at the store, waiting.
For those who have never tried it, kohlrabi is a mild tasting crunchy vegetable, a sort of cross between a cabbage and turnip in taste. I've also been on the lookout for purple kohlrabi, which is amazing in its colour, but no luck so far. It works well raw in salads or roasted/steamed for a side dish. Very low in calories and rich in nutrients, a perfect gift of nature.
Look for smaller kohlrabi, about apple sized - they tend to be the juiciest. Don't throw away the leaves, utilize them - chopped and quickly roasted with garlic, sauteed, or added raw to your salad, morning juice or green smoothie.
In this salad, the crunch of kohlrabi, apple, and summer root veggies combines nicely with the creaminess of avocado and the sunny taste of citrus dressing. It would work well both as a side dish or a light meal, if adjusted to a bigger portion.
With fennel, rocket (arugula) and these on the vine tomatoes in season now, what better way to celebrate this bounty than with a beautiful fresh pesto, and crispy chia crackers.
This is actually a really simple little recipe; the vine tomatoes that I’ve plated these with just have a small amount of salt sprinkled over them with a drizzle of avocado oil. I’m still enjoying the leftovers as I write this now.
Chia crackers are much lighter and can more easily be made thinner than flax crackers, which is why a lot of people prefer them.
Once dehydrated kale takes on a surprisingly neutral flavor making it perfect for both sweet and savory sauces. This recipe is inspired by the sweet spicy flavor of autumn, and makes for a fun variation on the traditionally cheesy flavored kale chip!
As a raw foodie it can get a little annoying when the question of adequate protein constantly comes up. There is a lot of misinformation out there, but one this is certain, as humans it is definitely possible to get enough protein from a plant based diet!! By munching on enough green vegetables every day we get a plethora of amino acids, and if you have a hard time eating enough of them try juicing instead! This is a beautiful and simple green juice that will nourish the blood and give you loads of nutrients to a live a life of abundant health!
More fall flavors to share today! Who doesn't love the caramel apple combo?! It's a classic and even more perfect for this time of year. For literally years I've wanted to create this recipe. I'm so glad I finally did because it's a keeper. I'm going to make it again for Christmas.
This raw dessert is packed with apples all the way around. Dried apples in the crust, fresh apples in the filling, and both fresh and dried apples in the topping. Hey, I'm just trying to take advantage of Autumn's freshness! Mmmm....
The perfect fall treat that will bring you back to childhood. Crisp apples coated in raw maple caramel with cacao nibs and cashew bits.
A powerhouse of anti-inflammatories delivered in a sweet, fruity and almost medicinal tasting elixir with the juice of loquats, apples, carrots, fresh ginger, turmeric, paprika and a sprinkle of bee pollen!
Start your day off on the right track with a nourishing and cleansing green juice full of flavor! Brimming with life force, nutrients, enzymes, chlorophyll, and a spicy kick, this juice brings with it pure joy! Christina recommends serving it over ice.
3 bliss-full juice recipes to hydrate, nourish and energize every cell of your body. Enjoy a new juice every day of the week, starting with the Green Monster, Pink Beauty and Snow White.
These chickpea salad wraps are healthy and light and taste way better than tuna salad! They can be made either raw with sprouted chickpeas or you may choose to steam them for a brief moment for digestibility. For a raw wrap use a big, fresh leaf of collard greens or chard, or you can easily use a sprouted whole grain tortilla or sandwich bread. This recipe combines an array of great flavors with ingredients such as dijon mustard, parsley, tahini, red wine vinegar and capers, and also has great texture variation through soft chickpeas and crunchy diced celery, apple, and bell pepper. A dash of kelp powder is added to give it that "of the sea" flavor similar to a tuna salad without the fish!