Browse through some of the best vegan breakfast recipes!
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
This one is for the ladies! A dense, nourishing smoothie with frozen banana, coconut, goji berries, maca and plenty of easy to digest protein for a delicious treat perfect for breakfast or a mid-afternoon snack. Both goji berries and maca are known for their regenerative, gland nourishing, hormone balancing effects and also add a unique twist of flavor to this recipe.
A creamy bowl of nourishing raw vegan coconut yogurt topped with raw cacao nibs.
Buying these products (found in the freezer section of Whole Foods Market) makes for making easy raw vegan coconut yogurt. Just thaw and use. No need to crack open any coconuts. Plus, they’re organic.
A rich, buttery, antioxidant laden recipe with blueberries, vanilla and homemade coconut butter straight from Amber's fantastic recipe book Practically Raw. This is a sugar-free recipe that utilizes stevia's natural no-glycemic sweetness. Use a bit of honey, agave or coconut sugar along with the stevia if this suites your fancy! If you have some Dastony Coconut Butter on hand you can use this by replacing the shredded coconut with 1 cup of the butter, skipping the initial blending step.
Todays daily dose of pumpkin! This recipe is very simple and oh-so Fall! Sweet, thick and chock full of beta carotene, potassium and glucose to get your body moving.
We love taking part in Marlie Centawer's Smoothie Sundays! This particular creation can be made high raw with cooked pureed pumpkin OR do like we do and keep the pumpkin puree raw by simply blending up the flesh of sweet pie pumpkin in your blender until smooth. Hemp mylk makes a great base for this smoothie with its thick creamy texture, earthy flavor, and high nutrient content. Fresh banana and a few soaked dates help to thicken and sweeten things up and the spices add that spicy pumpkin pie flavor we all love this time of year.
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!
Little is as comforting this time of year than a warm cup of spicy hot cocoa. In this heart-warming, chocolate-tingle inducing recipe by Golubka you will find instructions for warming your creation on the stove top. If you want a truly raw hot chocolate simply take off the burner before it gets too hot. A simple finger test will allow you to gauge how hot it gets. Golubka uses fresh nut milk, melted cocoa butter and truly raw cocoa powder to create a smooth, rich, decadent hot cocoa infused with real vanilla bean and fresh spices of nutmeg and cinnamon. Soothing, nourishing bliss in a cup!
While being incredibly simple, 100% fruity, and low in fat this recipe also manages to be incredibly rich, thick and satisfying; Exactly how we like our nog! No dairy, eggs, or sugar went into the creation of this lovely persimmon nog! Enjoy a glass while snuggled up to the fireplace with family and friends. We recommend using super ripe, water-balloon soft Hachiya persimmons or a combination of Hachiya and Fuyu.
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A delectable mousse with a light fluffy texture and beautiful presentation! Heather tops hers with jungle peanuts and a few cacao nibs. She suggests that if you can't do peanuts try it with almond butter instead! Raw food recipes are so adaptable and open to artistic expression, just another reason we LOVE raw food!
To me, this Autumn Elixir Smoothie combines so many wondrous elements of fall; the warming notes of cinnamon and pumpkin pie spice, with the creamy combines of banana, freshly made almond mylk, and cooling fruits like pear.
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!
Who doesn't like making up names for raw recipes? I sure enjoy it ... almost as much as I like fruit noodles. Froodles were inevitable.
This pleasantly sweet autumn granola uses fresh pumpkin puree as a flavorful and festive binding agent to hold other wholesome ingredients such as hemp and pumpkin seeds, dried fruits, rolled oats and dried buckwheat together in crunchy bite sized pieces. Perfectly spiced with warming ginger, cinnamon, nutmeg and clove. Serve a bowl with slices of fresh fruit and homemade almond milk!
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.
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.
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.
Who says pumpkin pie can't be healthy, vegan, raw, AND low fat? This is an all-treat-no-trick recipe by Kristina Carrillo-Bucaram for one of America's most beloved traditional Holiday desserts! This recipe involves only two steps, a handful of fresh ingredients, a Vitamix, a food processor, a pie dish and plenty of love!