Enjoy some of the best chia seed recipes online. Create your own chia seed pudding and other chia creations!
Sometimes a snack attack can come out of nowhere. Don't be left unprepared without anything healthy to munch on! These munchy bars will satisfy a desire for crunchy, gooey, and sweet and are abundantly full of nourishing efa's from pumpkin seed, coconut and chia, as well as energizing carbohydrates from dates, banana and cranberry. Yumyum!
Serve these scrumptiously filling raw vegan vitality burgers between two crisp romaine leafs with avocado slices and fresh red onion. Complete the presentation with a dolup of raw mustard and ranch sauce for a special treat that will impress anyone lucky enough to take a bite. Recipe adapted from Rene Oswald's book ''Transitioning to Living Cuisine''.
Gena tells us that "Today, I have three more ideas for you. These are simple, easy, and fast. They may not be the most gourmet recipes I’ll ever post, but they’re useful, and you may find that they help motivate you to try making almond milk, among other things!"
To refill your energy levels, nutrition is key. This smoothie contains Maca, Cacao, Chia and Purple corn, which is an upgraded version of the "Chicha Morada", the refreshing drink the Andean people used to drink. It promotes healthy blood sugar levels, blood flow, boost cardiac health, increases hormonal balance, stamina, is a sexual booster and an antioxidant powerhouse!
In this recipe post I wanted to show you simple and yummy chia recipe, and yes nut free. You can eat this for breakfast or as an evening meal, either way, it is quite filling and hearty, says Karolina Eleonora.
The Pure2Raw twiins say that this breakfast pudding recipe is full of fiber, healthy fats, omega’s and calcium! They insist for you to go make yourself this chia seed tahini pudding & we promise you will enjoy it as much as we did. (and it is good for you too!)
Karolina claims she "Must have her Granola" on her blog http://loveraw.blogspot.com, she goes and and states that Granola is great, because you can throw together pretty much what you have in the kitchen and use the granola to snack on, form them into bars, eat them with almond milk or as a topping on a cake. You can keep some in your purse for those moments when you need to fuel yourself when you're out. Look in your cupboards, jars and drawers. And bring your biggest bowl and start to create your own mix!!
Delicious, simple and easy. It's great for whenever you're in a rush and you're just not in the mood to choking down your first meal of the day.
These are full of marine phytoplankton to give you the genius of a whale. I top them off with more of the stuff, too. I just can’t get enough. Makes lots. Keeps for months in a sealed container, but I’d eat them within four weeks.
A tasty raw vegan version of tortilla chips and sour cream. Great for when those Mexican food cravings hit! The chips utilize radishes, a veggie often by-passed in the produce sections but full of health benefits. The sour cream has been cultured with probiotics!
A scrumptious recipe for a raw vegan bagel using plenty of a powerhouse superfood -brazil nuts! Brazil nuts are a wild harvested food and are therefore richer in key nutrients and minerals such as selenium.
I love the flavor and texture combination of this cheesecake. A creamy smooth citrus cheesecake on a dense gingery crust, paired with tart cranberry and sweet pomegranate, and rounded out with the crunchy pecans. It's really light and refreshing
A delicious and satisfying raw vegan version of tapioca pudding full of omega 3 fatty acids
Learn how to make the most aromatic, delicious crusty-outside-moist-inside warm raw bread rolls (gluten-free, grain-free) that you can serve as one of your keynote items on your holiday table! The Raw Thyme Bread Rolls pictured are topped with avocado, a nutty stuffing, sprouts and generous globs of miso-mushrooms gravy!
This recipe is so easy, and is FULL of calcium from kelp noodles, broccoli sprouts and tahini. Spirulina adds a very interesting but delicious cheesey flavor when combined with a little oil and apple cider vinegar or lemon juice. You've also got your omega 3's covered here with Udos oil, chia, and hemp seeds.
This is a completely sugar-free pie using only liquid stevia and all natural sugar alcohols lakanto, erythritol or xylitol. While the names sound a bit scary, these sugar alcohols are not to be confused with artificial sweeteners. They are actually made through a fermentation process of natural sugars such as those found in birch tree. This is a great dessert option for those looking to keep it low glycemic this Holiday season!
Autumn is the perfect season to get grounded. The easiest way to do this is by eating sacred healing foods, including roots, barks, and herbs that grow straight from the Earth – leaving you feeling grounded, centered, and balanced. This soup is all raw, vegan, organic, and wildcrafted.
Perfectly sweet, warm, and filling. The perfect start to a chilly fall or winter morning.
Chia seeds are filling, packed with energy, and act as a natural thickener. Start your day with a bowl of this tapioca-like pudding and some fresh or dried fruit stirred in.
A delightful chia pudding that's filled with protein and a great chocolate taste!