Enjoy some of the best vegan raw chocolate recipes on the internet. Raw Chocolate is high in antioxidants and magnesium.
If your trying to decide on the perfect raw treat for a special celebration look no further than this recipe by Heather Pace. A dense chocolate almond cake surrounds a light cashew cream filling flavored with real mint essence and maple syrup. Finish your recipe by pouring over the cake a rich, warm chocolate ganache. Serve it up at the next birthday party and watch the smiles cascade around you!
Get happy today with a delicious, so dark and rich it's nearly sinful, raw vegan ganache tart by Sayward Rebhal. If you're a fan of chocolate you'll be delighted by the rich flavor of truly raw cocoa powder in the the silky filling, as well as cacao nibs throughout the chocolate crust adding an unexpected crunch. Keep it cold in the freezer and enjoy as a cold treat after a healthy raw meal.
Dreena Burton says, "Let them eat brownies! You can feel good about munching on these raw brownies, made with nuts and dates… and don’t pass on making the frosting, it’s what makes these brownies especially delicious."
It's the weekend so why not go all out with this epic breakfast banana split recipe by none other than Lisa Pitman! This recipe was made for a birthday celebration, but since every day should be a celebration of life it is perfect for anytime of the year. Frozen banana soft serve combines with almond butter gingersnap cookies and a chocolate cashew sauce, topped with fresh banana slices and berries. Lisa says, "This incredible birthday breakfast will provide you with plenty of energy for a day of dance parties and enthusiastic entertaining while nourishing your body with nutrient-dense deliciousness."
A buttery crust of soaked, peeled almonds, fragrant cold pressed coconut, and raw organic honey creates the base of this delicious raw tart complete with a rich caramel chocolate sauce and plenty of fresh figs on top. By first soaking the almonds we deactivate the enzyme inhibitors and increase their nutrient absorption. Peeling them will enable you to achieve a beautiful white hue with the crust, mimicking the look of pastry dough.
Want to achieve the silkiest, smoothest, richest mousse pudding consistency without using eggs, butter, or cream? Than turn to none other than the noble avocado, which will not only create that texture you desire but also infuse your recipe with loads of heart healthy mono-unsaturated fats, vitamin E, Vitamin K, and folate! Within this recipe you will also find tips from Jennifer Cornbleet on how to turn your mousse into an ice cream, a chocolate sauce, and a buttercream frosting. For the parfait, layer with a blended coconut cream. Dip in and enjoy!
Ladies and gentlemen, get those strawberries washed and ready for dipping! This recipe by Gena Hemshaw makes a great dip for berries but can also be eaten with a spoon for a truly decadent experience. Irish moss gel is used to whip this pudding up into a lightweight delight, while truly raw cacao powder combines with cashews, almond milk and dates to create rich creamy depth and sweetness.
A walnut and fig crust combines with a silky, ultra creamy chocolate filling to create a dessert that is nearly impossible to resist! While gourmet in appearance, this chocolate cake is actually very easy to make and only requires 3 ingredients for the crust and 4 ingredients for the filling. This recipe calls for a melted raw chocolate bar. Use whichever variety is your favorite! Might we recommend Lulu's Chocolate, Righteously Raw, or Fortina. You could also use gently melted Rawmio Chocolate Almond Butter!
Summer is all about life's simple pleasures. Enjoying the beautiful wonders of nature, eating lots of fresh fruits and veggies, stripping away all worries and fears (along with any cumbersome, heat inflicting clothing) and making the easiest most refreshing and cooling raw food recipes imaginable to beat the heat while keeping your body nourished. Try out this summertime sundae recipe by Lisa Pitman! It combines 3 ingredients that no one would turn down this time of year: frozen bananas, fresh cherries, and CHOCOLATE. Easy as 1, 2, 3!
In this amazing creation Nicole Axworthy combines her "Raw Cookie Dough Blizzard" and "Raw Oreo Cookie Blizzard" recipes to create raw vegan ice cream sandwich cookies that will knock your socks off! To recreate this recipe perfectly you will need an ice cream sandwich mold which is an awesome tool to have during the summer. Get your cookies going overnight in the dehydrator and the next day simple make up a batch of the chocolate chip ice cream filling and be on your way to creamy, icy, melty sweet heaven in no time at all!
Traditionally Nanaimo bars are an unapologetically sweet and decadent treat hailing from Canada. If you make the original version you would use a layer of graham cracker crumbs, a layer of light custard buttercream, and a smooth glossy layer of chocolate to tie everything together. Well, thanks to Nicole Axworthy we can leave those processed and less than ideal ingredients on the store shelves and instead pick up some raw cacao powder, cacao and coconut butter, dates, raw nuts, fresh mint leaf and extract, avocado, and raw agave nectar to make a version that will rival traditional Nanaimo bars in both decadent deliciousness and charming visual presentation!
Chocolate covered pecan turtles have been around since the 30's when a major candy company trademarked them and started producing them en masse. In this recipe the only sweeteners you'll find are naturally sweet dates and clear, raw unprocessed agave. A layer of fresh date and lucuma caramel and crunchy raw pecans are coated thinly in a rich dark cacao dipping chocolate. You can either completely submerge your turtles in the chocolate dipping sauce or just add a dolup to the top for a stacked effect. These raw chocolate pecan turtles are sure to impress!
We all have those memories of eating cookie batter straight out of the bowl before Mom could even get it in the oven. It may have been from this universal experience that the concept for the no bake cookie was born! This is a healthy raw version made by the talented hands of Decadently Raw's Megan McMurray. Melted coconut butter and raw chocolate combine with raw oats, smooth jungle peanut butter, and ribbons of maple or agave in this recipe that will surely satisfy any desire for sweet cookie dough.
Don't feel like you have to wait for the Holidays to make these decadently rich chocolate orange truffles by Lisa Pitman. This recipe utilizes a base of raw cashew butter, and both cocoa butter and powder which makes these truffles richly dense and creamy. Maple syrup is used to sweeten and real orange extract added to bring a bright burst of citrus flavor that pairs perfectly with the richness of cacao. Don't forget to finish these off by rolling in goji berries and shredded coconut for a lovely garnished effect!
Have you dreamt about making raw vegan ice cream lately but don't own an ice cream maker? Don't despair for we have the recipe for you! When Sarahfae first created this recipe and shared it with her husband he was taken aback by it's rich, creamy, fudge like flavor and consistency. While some raw ice cream recipes call for an ice cream maker, this one does not! All you need is a blender, a mixing bowl, a glass or metal dish and your freezer. Enjoy it for a weekend treat!
What do you get when you combine pecans, loads of raw cacao, dates and a plethora of different superfoods? Well, you get this amazing superfood brownie recipe from Jason Wrobel! Whip these up and nourish those organs and glands with a host of different potent superfoods like goji berries, golden berries, mulberries, cherries, shilajit, maca, and a touch of your favorite superfood green powder. The King amongst brownies!
A simply classic chia seed porridge recipe created at the hands of the uber talented Jason Wrobel. Once your fresh hemp milk is made all that's left to do is pour milk over the chia seeds, add the other ingredients and let soak until the chia seeds swell and the recipe forms that perfect porridge consistency. If you're looking for breakfast ideas that really pack a nutritional punch this chia porridge is an excellent idea. The omega 3 fatty acid content and complete amino acid profile of chia, as well as their high fiber content, makes them incredibly nourishing and satisfying. This recipe also contains a generous serving of antioxidants with a handful each of goji berries, blueberries, and cacao nibs as well as superfood maca for hormone regulation. Breakfast doesn't get much better than this!
Be like Sarah Britton of My New Roots and use this recipe to turn breakfast time into, as she puts it, "a ridiculous kitchen dance party delight!" This recipe really does taste brownie-tastic, yet contains no unhealthy or processed ingredients, just pure plant goodness and raw cacao. Loaded with antioxidants and healthy essential omega and polyunsaturated fatty acids, this smoothie will have you singing and dancing and ready to take on your day!
Can't decide between chocolate and vanilla? You don't even have to make that tuff decision, simply make this recipe that fuses those two worlds together quite decadently! Coconut milk and ice blends with real tahitian vanilla bean, omega 3 rich chia seeds, a few drops of liquid stevia, and a generous drizzle of raw chocolate syrup. Try also adding a little mint leaf or organic mint extract to the blender for a cooling mint flavor explosion!
Chef Sarrah Britton describes her amazing recipe! "If being delicious were a crime, this dessert would certainly be put in the big house. So incredibly creamy, rich, and satisfying, it tastes like decadent chocolate mousse, but you’d never guess that it’s healthier than a salad!" This dessert is rich in healthy raw fats from avocado, which is the main ingredient believe it or not. Avocado adds an incredibly dense, silky, rich mousse-like consistency and when combined with cacao, leaves no trace of an avocado flavor. In fact, we bet that unless told, no one will be able to guess what's in this recipe! A heart healthy dessert that is equally healthy for your smile!