Enjoy some of the best date recipes on the internet. From simple stuffed dates to date and nut balls. Enjoy!
Nourish your relationships and the people you care for by feeding them something fantastic you’ve made by hand. Perhaps…a parfait?
Breakfast, snack, dessert, treat. Whatever or whenever you feel like a healthy and sweet flavor explosion - this is the perfect choice. Ridiculously easy to prepare, filling and so boosting it's nutty to even think of it all.
There are so many ways to enjoy this gorgeously sweet and simple raw vegan caramel sauce by Sarah McMinn of The Sweet Life!
*Top your raw cakes and pies with a dollop or drizzle
*Use as a dip with slices of fresh fruit
*Top raw ice cream
*Drizzle it over hot chocolate
*Add a spoonful to nut milk or a smoothie to sweeten it up a bit
*Straight up with a spoon
Delicious and highly elegant lemon poppyseed cakelettes by Amy Lyons of Fragrant Vanilla Cake made from a base of unsweetened coconut and raw, gluten free almond and buckwheat flour. A gooey lemon caramel sauce and coconut streusel crumble tops each lemon cake with style.
The rich and intricate flavor of intense dark chocolate merges with the delicate flavor and aroma of blood orange as well as a surprising kick of habanero chili pepper. This raw brownie by Amy Lyons is beyond delicious and knocks the socks off of any cooked brownie recipe! Sink your teeth in and experience the bliss-inducing effects of truly raw cacao and the tummy warming effects of habanero!
How could we not want to share this incredible recipe from Heather Pace of Sweetly Raw?! A dense chocolate walnut cake made with almond pulp, walnuts, date paste, raw cacao and vanilla formed into cupcake sized delights, topped with a creamy raspberry cashew frosting. You can devour one of these sweet treats completely guilt free. Perfect for Valentines day or any special event.
Sarahfaé of Addicted to Veggies shows us how she made a simple yet delicious meal on whim using very few kitchen tools. The carrot ribbons are actually made with your common vegetable peeler, and the scrumptious coconut almond satay sauce can be whisked together by hand! Let your veggies marinate in the sauce for a tender consistency similar to a stir fry. Enjoy!
These delightfully chocolatey dolce tartlets are such a hit in our house! They are made with carob, instead of cacao, and you can use raw or lightly toasted carob for this recipe.
These little morsels of goodness are nut free, dairy free, gluten free, wheat free, soy free, GMO free, highly processed and refined sugar free, junk free and guilt free while being kind on our bodies and the environment. Enjoy them!
Sweeten up your day with a recipe for raw, vegan banana tiramisu by Amy Lyons of Fragrant Vanilla Cake! Layers of fresh banana combine with fluffy vanilla, chocolate, and organic coffee laced whipped coconut cream in a beautiful stacked assembly. No gluten, no sugar, no dairy. Yes, your prayers HAVE just been answered!
Give your body a dose of heavy metal cleansing cilantro all the while enjoying a sweet, creamy smoothie made from a base of fresh pear, banana, and dates. You'll be pleasantly surprised how the zesty herbal flavor of cilantro fuses with the taste of fruits in this smoothie. Low in fat and high in fiber, this is a great light, cleansing breakfast or snack.
Are you or someone you know still under the impression that an epic cheesecake requires firing up that old oven? This recipe proves that nothing could be farther from the truth! A luscious and silky smooth lemony vanilla cashew cheesecake filling infused with a touch of lavender flower, marbled with swirls of sweet blackberry puree, atop a sweet, crumbly hazelnut and date crust. A raw vegan masterpiece!
Oh my, banana cream pie! This has to be the best raw, vegan banana cream pie we've come across. A decadent culinary experience complete with a rich, buttery crust with hints of salt, creamy coconut banana filling, a layer of dense chocolate, vanilla frosting, and crunchy macadamia coconut streusel. Sink your teeth into a little piece of heaven!
It's always nice to take a break from heavier dishes and enjoy a low fat raw vegan meal. This zucchini pasta dish is light, fresh, and hydrating but definitely doesn't lack in flavor! The sauce is a sweet mix of fresh mango, kiwis, dates, figs, and an optional dash of dried herbs. For a tangier version you may choose to include a spritz of lime or lemon juice. Enjoy!
Gluten free, sugar-free, dairy free and soy-free, this recipe for warm cacao milk is inspired by raw chocolate truffles! Curl up with your favorite book, a mug of cacao milk, and enjoy some peaceful solo time! Warming it up gently on the stove top or in the dehydrator is optional but we highly recommend it.
So you want to know what’s inside these gooey, sweet and delicious bars? You will only need 4 ingredients, it is extremely easy to do and you can make it either low fat or completely “fat free” if you don’t use the almonds for topping.
Are you a pecan pie lover like us!? This traditional American dessert is synonymous with the Holidays. And now thanks to Christina Ross we have a much healthier option to the butter and sugar laden recipe typically used. Gooey dates, lucuma, vanilla, coconut crystals, cinnamon and rich crunchy pecans make up a few of the ingredients included in this all raw recipe.
Creamy avocado blended with young Thai coconut makes the simple base for what turns into layers of either chilled pudding or ice cream depending on the direction you choose to take this recipe! Real vanilla bean, dates and agave are used for flavor and sweetness while purple berries and bright green spinach are used for a fun pop of color! This recipe by Golubka makes an inspired breakfast, dessert, or fun healthy snack.
Just because you eat a healthy diet does not mean you have to miss out on old traditions like creating fabulous Holiday inspired desserts. This recipe by Jenné Claiborne of Sweet Potato Soul will surely ignite the spirit of the season within you! Fun, highly nutritious, and way more nice than naughty, serve these cookies with hot tea while sitting around the fireplace, or put out a plate for Santa (we've heard he's gone raw!)
A simple base (almonds and buckwheat), sweets (dates, goji berries), spices (vanilla and lavender flowers), superfoods (bee pollen) and seeds (sesame) make their way into this recipe, but feel free to modify depending on the depths of ingredients in your own panty.
Keep "stylishly sinful" with Karolina Eleonora's decadent recipe for a chocolate mousse containing both coffee AND chlorella. After-all, to be a true raw foodie you must get a little crazy in the kitchen at least once in a while! If you don't do coffee use maca instead for a malty flavor and nice mellow energy boost.