Create amazing banana recipes from banana cream pie to banana shakes to help and sustain you on your raw journey!
This doesn't contain any actual cereal grains, but does give that same feeling of nice big bowl of cereal and milk. The milk is even sweet and drinkable when finished. Enjoy!
You may be thinking, "broccoli and banana?!" Yes we know its an unlikely pair, however, this smoothie works out very nicely. The sweet creaminess of frozen bananas helps to smooth over any overly green flavor of broccoli. The spinach and spirulina are hardly even detectable, however they do contribute to the creaminess of texture. Maca and lucuma add a subtle maltiness that is quite delicious. The result is a thick, creamy smoothie packed to the brim with green nutrition! Top with bee pollen for an immune system boost as well as extra protein and B vitamins.
A 3 piece layered ice cream cake made with nothing but raw unprocessed ingredients! Chocolatey and rich with a beautiful variation of taste and texture. A nut raisin nut crust is topped with layers frozen banana ice cream, both pure chocolate and a coconut banana flavor with chocolate chunks. Top your cake with raw cacao and chopped pecans to complete the presentation.
Chef Raw Loulou says - "One thing I used to love about Holloween as a child were the 'Toffee apples' (aka Pomme d'amour as the French call them.... such a great name!!) my Mom used to make for us. I felt like making a healthier version of these today, but not using apples, but bananas instead......"
When it comes to using food for artistic spiritual expression, nothing beats raw dessert creation. Marlie Centawer says, "to me, this raw creation is a living mandala, an Organic Blueberry Soul Mandala Pie to be shared with those you love most." Don't forget to put some soul into your recipes, it's the most important ingredient.
Enjoy this smoothie as a delicious and super healthy alternative to chocolate which contains caffeine and can be over stimulating for the adrenals. If you’re allergic to peanuts – just leave the butter out for a carob-banana smoothie.
Marlie Centawer declares this recipe "simply and sinfully sumptuous" and we agree! The rich and deep flavors of cacao and coconut blend with creamy frozen bananas for an especially indulgent treat perfect for a filling and sustaining breakfast or for a post yoga class energizer. The flavors of this recipe mimic the rich robustness of espresso, and the topping of cacao nibs will remind you of crushed coffee beans. Delish!
The maca helps to temper and balance out your adrenals, the bananas are an excellent source of quickly digestible carbohydrates (40-60 minutes), the lucuma powder gives the shake a nice caramel flavor, and the almond milk makes it super creamy and smooth. Plus, the cinnamon aids in digestion and gives it a nice little send off. What could be better?
I kept this recipe extremely basic for it to be as easy as possible on my stomach. If you want to go all green wild vixen and add all kinds of veggies, other fruits, superfoods and fun stuff, go ahead and do it! I´ll give it a few more days then add some raw cacao!
Dessert doesn't get much easier than a parfait! The great thing about these cute stacked desserts is that they can be equally enjoyable as a breakfast or a snack. Within this recipe you will learn how to make an ultra creamy banana almond parfait cream as well as a quick chocolate mousse. Use the juiciest, ripest figs available to you! Fresh figs, raw honey and cacao together....the result is Euphoria!
The taste of tropical paradise! A delicious, thick smoothie full of fiber, vitamin C, Vitamin A, minerals, enzymes, and the anti-inflammatory power of ginger root. While a Hawaiian vacation may not be possible in this exact moment, this smoothie may very well become the next best thing. Feel free to add a little coconut water for a thinner consistency.
This a truly gourmet recipe by Laura Dawn that incorporates the vibrant flavors and textures of Mexican themed food, all without dairy, rice, corn, or anything cooked for that matter! Once your tortillas, sour cream, and vegan taco meat are prepared simply whip up a quick salsa or guacamole, pull together a few fresh toppings like cilantro leaves or sprouts, and you'll have a delicious, healthy meal that the whole family will enjoy!
Laura Dawn says, "Boost your energy levels, help clear up your skin and alkalize your body…these are just some of the health benefits of eating mangoes!" This recipe also includes plenty of hemp seeds for their creamy texture and wonderful abundance of complete protein and omega 3 fatty acids. Let your tastes be the judge of the exact amounts of ingredients to add to this recipe. If your mangos are especially ripe and juicy you may need less liquid or vise versa. The addition of chai spice gives this recipe an authentic Indian flare!
The soft, delicate flavor of summer peaches swirls together with sweet vanilla and the subtle spicy warmth of cardamon, all combined in a base cold, creamy dairy-free ice cream! What's not to absolutely adore about this recipe!
Pineapple, banana, raspberries, mache and vanilla combine together to form a magnificent display of colorful nutrition bursting with life force. If you're not familiar with mache it is a green leafy veggie very similar in taste to spinach. Feel free to substitute any mild flavored green of your choosing. Even the kids will enjoy this recipe!
If you've got 5 minutes to spare you have more than enough time to make this refreshingly easy cinnamon nut ice cream by Brandi Rollins. All you need are some pre-frozen bananas, dates, some sweet spices of cinnamon, nutmeg and vanilla, and your choice of raw nuts on hand. Combine these ingredients into a sweet frozen flurry of goodness! Choose chopped brazil nuts, pecans, or even pistachios for a delightful chunky crunch consistency
Brandi Rollins describes her recipe by saying, "This is a fabulous ice cream! I love mixing chocolate and orange together! If you have never used sweet orange essential oil, this recipe is a great introduction." This recipe couldn't get any simpler! And if you're already a fan of the classic combination of chocolate and orange you will surely enjoy this healthy raw treat that takes but seconds to make.
Looking for a fun, easy, nut free raw vegan dessert recipe? Look no further than these chocolate coated banana truffles by Karolina Eleonóra! Simply slice your fresh bananas, roll them in a light dusting of cacao, lucuma, mesquite, maca and a pinch of cardamom, dip in your melted white chocolate and let them rest to harden. You might also try popping them in the freezer for frozen banana chocolate coated "ice cream" bar bites! If you're an especially lazy lady ; ) try bypassing the slicing step altogether, and dip a while banana in chocolate and pop in the freezer as is!