Enjoy these vegan dehydrated recipes from crunchy crackers to crepes. You can now feel satisfied on any healthy diet!
A "rawnola" recipe from Amber Crawley that she initially hadn't intended on blogging. She reconsidered because it ended up being a favorite! It makes a great snack by the handful or we recommend it in a bowl with fresh sliced berries of your choosing, a drizzle of maple syrup or raw agave, and a splash or two of freshly made hemp nut milk. This recipe is very uncomplicated and is great for individuals who haven't had much experience working with buckwheat groats or making raw granola. It is fool proof!
Ever bitten into a raw flax cracker only to be disenchanted by bland, listless, and uninspired flavor? If so this recipe will restore your faith that raw crackers CAN be loaded with flavor and pizazz! Spicy bold flavors of cumin, garlic, onion, black pepper and a touch of basil combine with soaked walnuts, ground flax and fresh zucchini for a versatile recipe that can be either turned into flatbread or crispy crackers. This recipe was inspired and adapted from a recipe by Chef Matthew Kenney.
Crunchy dehydrated BBQ spiced cauliflower with a sweet and tangy honey mustard dipping sauce. This delectable recipe is the perfect appetizer or snack when you just need something salty and spicy to munch on. Perfect savory treat while watching a great movie with a friend or loved one! If you love dehydrated kale chips odds are you will love this recipe too!
A rich savory tart inspired by the flavors of Italy. Made with fresh vine ripened tomatoes and thinly sliced fennel soaked in a cold pressed olive oil marinade and dehydrated to perfection giving them a nearly cooked flavor and texture. This recipe requires some extra steps but will become the centerpiece of any dinner table with it's richness of flavor and bright red juicy tomatoes. A truly inspired gourmet raw food recipe to delight the senses and nourish the body!
This savory spinach and wild mushroom quiche is an amazing creation of Chef Russel James, the master of raw gourmet. It is richly dense with flavor, and is made completely free of dairy, eggs, or anything processed for that matter and actually tastes worlds better than anything cooked. Believe us! While this recipe does take a bit of time to prepare (the base crust should be made ahead of time) it is well worth the effort as the outcome will amaze you.
Get in touch with your inner child with these raw vegan oatmeal cookies based on a recipe everyone knows all too well. The coconut oil and apple puree in this recipe will add a moist softness to the texture. Who doesn't love an oatmeal raisin cookie, i mean really! Another benefit of preparing this recipe is that your house is sure to smell of sweet apples and cinnamon while the cookies are dehydrating. Divine!
Chef Raw Loulou loves making this delectable dessert with sprouted quinoa, cashews, coconut, sweet lemon kream and fresh sweet/tart raspberry coulis. A beautiful marriage of flavors! This recipe calls for agar agar which is gelatinous substance made from red seaweed. It works very well as a chia gel substitute as it will not change the color or taste of the recipe at all. The quinoa does take a bit of planning and preparation ahead of time to sprout, but well worth the effort as you will end up with a creation equal parts vibrant nutrition and YUM factor!
These adorable little coconut cinnamon raison "quickies" take but minutes to throw together and can be either placed in the freezer to set or dehydrated if you're willing to wait for a bit. Cashews and coconut work very well as a base for a chewy style cookie. Throw in some cacao nibs if you're wanting a chocolatey crunch or dried blueberries instead of raisons to mix it up a bit. Sometimes simplicity is just divine!
Are you one of those people that loves the concept of eating sea veggies but don't care for the taste? If so then this recipe is for you! These crackers are so good they're borderline addictive, and with each crunchy savory bite you're getting loads of nourishing minerals from nori and kelp! This recipe was inspired by an Episode of Raw Food World.
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!
Dense yet pliable and soft, these pancakes are sooooo easy to create and will actually take you less time than traditional pancakes (minus the dehydration time) If you haven't yet experimented with making raw vegan pancakes then it is about time. Have fun with your raw food diet!
Sometimes flavors simply come together in a perfect harmony of delicious taste. So is the case with this easy granola recipe which encompasses the enticing flavors of cinnamon, maca, vanilla bean, almonds and blueberries! Sprouted buckwheat is often used as a base in granolas because of it's light crunchy texture and high protein content. Also, it is very affordable!
When made right, raw crackers can satisfy the need for crunch and nutrients, and leave you feeling light and happy instead of thirsty and hungry. Loaded with protein, fiber, phytonutrients, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals raw carrot crackers are where it's at. The star of these crackers is really the buckwheat. While we typically think of buckwheat as a grain, it is actually a fruit seed. It's absolutely perfect for those avoiding gluten; and it can be used in porridge, baking, pancakes and raw snacks.
Can you eat sandwiches on a raw food diet? Absolutely! Creamy cashew herb cheese pairs with crisp fresh cucumber slices on a dehydrated raw rye bread. These cool cucumber sandwich bites are both fresh and satisfying and are perfect for a Spring picnic. The bread recipe was inspired by Meredith Frantz’s rye bread in the very helpful, and free, ebook, Profoundly Raw.
Chef Hannah Mendenhall shares with us a bit of her dietary wisdom- "Raw food, in actuality, reigns, because it also makes you feel better. From cleansing, to rebuilding, to maintaining, a raw lifestyle basically…rules!"
Who doesn't crave a crunchy and delightfully sweet bowl of granola once in a while for breakfast? This is the perfect basic granola recipe, with the added unexpected flare of coriander spice. Hemp milk is a great alternative to almond or any other nut milk because the seeds don't require soaking and blend up extremely well. Straining isn't even a necessity if you are running low on time but it will ensure the smoothest milk possible.
Can a delicious meal actually aid in detox? With this recipe it can! Christian Bates shares with us, "Yes, you can detox and feast too! How do you want your burger uncooked: well done gourmet or rare nutrition? How about both! I’m talking about an organic raw plant-based burger recipe that not only satisfies the heartiest of stomachs but nourishes and detoxifies your body."
This soup will (apart from blow your mind) serve 10 peeps as an appetizer or 4 hungry ones as a dinner. You could actually eat it as a green smoothie on the go but it shows its best sides when dancing together with the heavy seasoned bread sticks. Duh ;)
Simplicity still tastes great! Shredded coconut, almond pulp and your choice of sweetener still works. Enjoy these dense and tasty macaroons with a glass of nut milk or cover them in raw chocolate.
Don't know what to do with all that veggie juice pulp? Why not make some easy veggie pulp crackers and enjoy them with stone ground nut butter.
Lisa Pitman is back in her own kitchen from her long journey through parts of Asia and whips up these super simple to make thumbprint cookies. She tips: feel free to use your favourite jam, nut butter, chocolate sauce, fruit puree for your centres. I had some strawberry jam dropped off by a friend fleeing for her own three month world odyssey - so I thought I would put it to good use to evoke some sense of spring as the winter wind gusts outside.