Here's an ice cream that fits the time of the season. It's the simple ingredients in recipes that give it the best of taste.
Well, with the magic of Irish Moss anything seems possible. This recipe is a carrot scuffin (scone/muffin), and the texture turns out to be amazingly soft, light and luscious.
This simple take-away truffle (or sweet raw ball - but truffle sound better so I'm sticking with it) is filled with delicious, health-promoting ingredients. Nothing says love like sharing a delicious wellness bomb, am I right?
Who doesn't love raw brownies?! It’s something about the buttery-nuttiness of the walnuts combined with the deep sweetness of the dates in the base, and something about the silkiness of the rich icing which, straight from the freezer, is never solid yet always soft and sweet… everything is perfectly balanced. And please, don’t let the avocado scare you. All it contributes is a creamy richness to the icing.
If you're always on the go and you can't seem to snack healthy, take a little time to make something that's worth it.
Looking for a low-glycemic treat to satisfy your sweet tooth? Look no further, this one's a must try! It's very reminiscent of a chocolate-peanut butter combo... yum!
This is a simple and sweet way to making your own candy treats. For variation, try mixing it up with other citrus fruits, such as lemons, grapefruits and I bet even limes would work well!
It is a superfood-rich, tonic-herb-injected, “non-glycemic” Chocolate Egg will knock your toesocks off!
It's that same time of year where you know you need to cozy up with a nice cup of tea and a blanket.
Yummy and super creamy little bites, made with a cherry chocolate cookie base and a berry banana cream. Raw honey and banana powder are the sweeteners of choice in this recipe. These will keep for weeks when frozen.
The frangipane hits your mouth with several flavors with the sweet almonds, lemon zest and vanilla bean. Topped with figs, thyme, and orange zest, this lovely dessert will impress all guests with the diverse flavors of all things that are Tuscan!
The Macadamia Truffle Ricotta was sweet, salty, with the perfect texture. This recipe is bang on, you’ve gotta try it out for yourself! You’re guests will LOVE it.
This recipe offers another great way to enjoy greens, especially if you're a chocolate lover.These chocolate coated collard leaves have an interesting texture with a smooth coated delicious drizzle.
This simple cobbler recipe is versatile, and can be used for several different dishes! Simply delicious!
Looking for a great use for your carob powder? Try this decadent raw vegan crepe recipe with creamy coconut cream.
This is a perfect and inexpensive vegan granola filled with omega 3's and crunch from buckwheat. Add to nut milk or top your raw ice cream.
You can make this recipe with jarred tahini you already have in the fridge, or take the extra step and make it from scratch. You'll be glad you did!