Enjoy some of the best cranberry recipes online. From cranberry relish to cranberry cocktails!
Feeling a tell-tale tickle in your throat? If so do not waste another moment! Bust out this amazing Cold Bustin Smoothie by Erin Bosdet of Simply Dish and drastically decrease your chances of falling ill. This is a completely tasty smoothie with a potent dose of the following medicinal plant foods: fresh (or powdered) turmeric root, ginger, lemon, pomegranate, and cranberries. Banana and apple or pear add body, additional vitamins, energizing carbohydrates and yummy flavor. Use frozen banana for an icier effect. Keep this recipe handy in your virtual wellness cabinet whenever your body feels like it could benefit from a little immune system boost.
We would like to share with you a delicious homemade chia crackers by Deborah Marsh. It contains Pili Nut that is similar to a pine nut, but larger like a peanut. Pili nuts are high in potassium, phosphorus, calcium, and rich in protein. Everyone who likes to try something unique and healthy will absolutely love this snack.
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.
An energy bar made of dates, walnuts, cranberries, flax, and hemp seed.
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!
These little bite sized butternut squash cakes have just the perfect amount of sweetness and turn out soft, buttery and moist. Nutmeg, clove, cinnamon and vanilla come together to give these cookies an almost pumpkin pie like flavor. Top with a spoonful of sweet cranberry jam!
A nutrient rich display of fresh kale, fennel, grated carrot, julienned apple, cranberries, and raisins dressed with a tangy/sweet creamy curry salad dressing complete with apple cider vinegar, a touch of maple syrup, garlic, ginger, dijon mustard and authentic curry powder. You wont want to skimp on this dressing, it is so delicious!
Sometimes all it takes to let all those worries slip away is a delicious, freshly made, soft, chewy oatmeal cookie made with a handful of wholesome (yet totally yummy) ingredients, served with a tall glass of almond milk. In this recipe Tess Masters uses organic raw oat groats instead of processed and steamed rolled oats, and combines them with raw pecans, fresh apple, cranberries, raisins, dates, coconut oil, cinnamon, ginger, vanilla and the zest of fresh lemon. Dehydrate for 12 hours for a chewy, soft cookie, or leave in for 15+ hours if you'd like sometime a bit crunchier that will keep longer without spoiling in your pantry.
Don't you just love recipes that utilize your left over almond pulp from making almond milk? There is no need to let that stuff go to waste because it makes a wonderful base for raw breads, both sweet and savory. In this recipe by Deborah Marsh you will find ingredients like coconut flour, flax and psyllium, chewy dried cranberries, ripe mashed banana, freshly squeezed orange juice, chopped walnuts, lucuma, coconut palm sugar and lovely spices of cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg and vanilla. The bread can be eaten warm right out of the dehydrator smothered in vanilla cashew lucuma icing!
Adorable little cranberry coconut tartlets by Lisa Pitman sweetened only with fruit juices and dates. The crust is a delectable and simple combination of pecans, medjool dates, and shredded coconut and the filling is a creamy and sweet fusion of tart cranberries, coconut milk, orange juice and cinnamon. Make sure you find cranberries that are dried without added oils and sugar, and soften them by soaking in freshly squeezed organic OJ. Rich in healthy fats, vitamin c and phytonutrients, this tart is full of nutrition, flavor, and pizazz!
Pumpkin, coconut, lucuma and agave blended into a rich, creamy cheesecake filling surrounded by an almond and date orange toffee crust. This smooth and decadent pumpkin cheesecake isn't overly sweet, and Mandi Gould recommends that if you want a truly sweet dessert experience to end your meal you may want to double the amount of agave nectar.
The sweet taste of granola and cranberries, with a hint of vanilla and a smile of happiness...isn't that what we live for? A little bit of sweet happiness.
This is one of the most perfect breakfast salad that have been made recently and Gena has done it again with a beautiful toss of colors.
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!!
Though I’m normally a rich, creamy, chocolaty dessert lover, this cranberry apple pie blew me away. Tart cranberries and my favorite McIntosh apples are spiced and sweetened, sitting atop a ginger cookie crust. Top it off with a sweet and spicy cinnamon swirl ice cream and you have entered autumn dessert heaven.
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
By popular demand, here is a raw chocolate cake recipe for you, so you can see what all the fuss is about. These cakes are so nutrient-dense, one slice is a meal in itself, packed with vitamins, minerals, proteins and healthy fats. Easy to make, and even easier to eat!
This salad combines delicious tender arugula with berries both fresh and dried, herbs, onions and a flavor rich orange dressing. The sweet and tangy dressing is also great over other varieties of greens, grilled vegetables or a grain-based salad.
Festive and delicious, this salad can be eaten alone or as a side dish. Kale is a great source of calcium, excellent for keeping the skin supple.
This recipe reminded me of two things: 1) how awesome food savers are! 2) how awesome it is to have a mom who juices expensive things such as cherries :) (and then foodsaves/freezes the juice for you). This didn’t end up as thick as my cranapple plum dressing, but it tasted out of this world! Then again, I just love cherries!