Browse through easy vegan recipes. If you are just getting started on the vegetarian lifestyle these will be a breeze to learn and help you stay on your journey!
If you're enjoying the raw vegan life you've probably experienced some profound health benefits, many of which can be attributed to the elimination of dairy. That being said, cheese can be a hard food to kick for many! Don't despair, you can actually make healthy, dairy-free cheese that tastes incredible right in your own kitchen simply with a blender. Learn how to make a tasty sun dried tomato and basil infused nut cheese with this easy recipe by Joelle Amiot of jarOhoney. Enjoy!
Raw chocolate coconut yogurt with all the fixings. This recipe makes for an incredibly tasty breakfast OR you could even freeze it, then blend again for a delicious and healthy chocolate frozen yogurt dessert. Yum!
A simple and refreshing kiwi smoothie recipe by Golubka, absolutely packed with vitamin C, enzymes, healthy fats and proteins. If you're allergic to bananas and have to avoid many smoothie recipes because of this you'll love this recipe! She utilizes avocado for a creamy and thick texture. This recipe also happens to be very low-glycemic. Enjoy!
Raw soups are such a joy to create because they involve such little prep, are so healthy, are easy on digestion and can taste absolutely amazing! This recipe by Emily Von Euw of This Rawsome Vegan Life will invigorate those taste buds with fresh tomatoes, red bell pepper, clove, onion, cumin and coriander and has a deliciously creamy texture from fresh avocado. Enjoy!
Who doesn't love a deliciously chocolatey raw truffle? This recipe by Lisa Viger of Raw on $10 a Day or Less also happens to be completely healthy for you! Made with whole almonds and raw cocoa, and sweetened with only dates, this is a little chocolate somethin-somethin you can feel 100% guilt-free about sinking your teeth into. If you love that alluring combo of chocolate and orange you will love these. Enjoy!
Craving a little curry tonight? Try this scrumptious recipe by raw master chef Emily Von Euw of This Rawsome Vegan Life. The curry is a simple blend of raw cashews (or zucchini for a lot fat option), curry powder, diced onion, salt and pepper. The marinated mushrooms add a wonderful pop of savory flavor and a hearty, chewy texture. If you're a curry fan you'll love this meal!
A delectably chewy black caraway bread made raw, vegan, and gluten free by Ann Oliverio of An Unrefined Vegan. You'll find that this hearty bread pairs perfectly with her Cashew Coconut Cream Cheese spread. If you desire something a little denser and more filling with your meals on a raw vegan diet than this makes a perfect option. You can have your bread and eat it to! Store in an airtight container for use throughout the week.
Both ginger and turmeric are rhizomes and have been lauded for thousands of years in Ayurveda for their medicinal and culinary properties. Turmeric and ginger, both highly rich in antioxidants work synergistically to strengthen the digestive agni and increase the metabolism. This is a strong and potent spring time tonic!
Pepita seeds, also known as pumpkin seeds, provide a rich source of fiber and boast nearly 9 grams of protein per ounce! This superseed is loaded with minerals, heart healthy magnesium, immune-loving zinc as well as phosphorus, manganese, copper, and iron. But the real beauty of this dressing is its versatility. Use it as a dip for a veggie snack. Toss it with spiralized zucchini and chopped sun-dried tomatoes for dinner. Any way you choose to enjoy it will be absolutely delicious!
Can’t go wrong with strawberries and cream! This recipe is a RawFoodRecipes.com exclusive straight from the pages of Emily Von Euw's brand new uncook book Rawsome Vegan Baking. A classic raw strawberry tart perfect for all of your Spring celebrations ahead. Decadent, fresh, succulent and totally easy to make! Enjoy!
With a simple veggie peeler in tow you can create so many fabulous noodle-like dishes that are free of wheat and gluten and are instead full of nutrition and water! This tasty recipe by Christina Ross of Love-Fed.com utilizes daikon radish instead of the usual zucchini squash for the noodles, and comes complete with a fantastic ginger lime dressing and plenty of fresh veggies. Our personal favorite aspect? The sprinkling of dried mulberries - they add a delicious and unexpected pop of sweetness and chewiness that taste so amazing paired with the other ingredients. Enjoy!
A delightfully healthy treat that will satisfy a chocolate craving without giving you the cacao jitters. Marlie Centawer of Barefoot and Frolicking utilizes carob powder for the majority of that chocolate flavor, along with a sprinkling of cacao nibs to garnish in this delectably chewy and gooey carob and cacao square recipe. In the mood for a brownie of the less healthy persuasion? Reach for one of these gluten and refined sugar-free beauties instead and enjoy without a trace of guilt!
This may be one of the simplest and tastiest recipes ever! If you haven't tried your hand at making your very own sorbet now is your chance - it couldn't be simpler! Use frozen mango as your base and combine with your choice of frozen fruit: berries, pineapple, banana, etc and a splash of coconut water to get the blades going. Sugar free, dairy free and full of natural vitamins and antioxidants. Leave the processed sugar by the wayside and craft your very own sorbet in 5 minutes or less. Enjoy!
Carrot cake and cupcake lovers rejoice! Marlie Centawer of Barefoot and Frolicking has ingeniously created a truly healthy recipe that will satisfy both parties equally. A raw carrot cake cupcake made from fresh carrots, buckwheat flour, shredded coconut flakes, dates, and cinnamon frosted with a creamy vanilla cashew icing. Who wouldn't want to sink their teeth into that? Enjoy!
Best served immediately with a cup of tea, or keep them in the fridge for a few days or freezer for a few weeks.
This recipe was lightly inspired by the work of This Rawsome Vegan Life.
This simple and highly nutritious recipe by Erin Bosdet of Simply Dish is the perfect meal for a quick lunch on the fly or snack when you need something savory. If you have chard (or collard greens!), kelp noodles, avo, carrot, cucumber and raw tahini (a definite raw pantry staple!) on hand than you have all that is necessary to make this mineral rich super snack. Enjoy!