This recipe is a very special home brunch treat that speaks of warmth and sunshine and, hopefully, makes the cold winter seem very distant. Orange-cinnamon crepes, accompanied by a colourful citrus salad with an Earl Grey-orange creme.
A creamy maca'nilla (maca and vanilla), date sweetened peachy concoction. A perfect breakfast smoothie when you're craving something a bit sweeter and more decadent.
A chocolate mint milkshake that is actually healthy for you! Tastes amazing with the added help of a little Luna and Larry's Coconut Bliss ice cream.
Sweet crunchy nuts come to mind when I think about holiday snacks. Besides serving them as part of snacky platters for guests, they're excellent as ice cream and pudding toppings.
This is a super thick, luscious shake made with pure, raw ingredients. It's so super yummy, words can hardly do it justice. Blend it up and taste for yourself!
Everyone loves a good milkshake, right? You can make any nut mylk (using hemp seeds, almonds, Brazil nuts, pumpkin seeds – individually or some combination of them) and use it as the base for an entirely guilt-free, yet totally indulgent mylkshake.
Chocolate and maca, creamy almond milk, and sweet dates, this combination is heaven sent
I've gone really light on the nuts here, and kept it high in coconut. A few drops of stevia allow for less sweetener. Add a few pinches of ground ginger or fresh ginger juice, and cinnamon for a nice kick!
These healthy chocolate avocado truffles a great a dessert recipe anytime of the year. Vegetarians and vegans will rejoice at such a rich dessert with nothing but raw ingredients.
Raw donuts!? Really? Yes, and you can add your touch by changing the topping.
A tangy, refreshing, and exotic fruit salad using tropical fruits.