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!
Minty fresh and frosty! Packed with vitamins and minerals from the spinach and avocado.
Enjoy this gourmet rhubarb strawberry sauce in your raw cakes, pies, pancakes and parfaits!
This version of halvah uses sesame seeds and is raw and beegan - feel free to substitute the raw honey with your favourite sweetener (coconut palm nectar would be nice here). The addition of chocolate on top makes this dessert all the more decadent.
Super easy treat to keep on hand for those afternoon sweet cravings! Made with healthy fats and lucuma fruit for a caramel like flavor.
If you want to take veggie noodles to the next level, you may come into contact with kelp noodles. This recipe for Creamy Kelp Noodles is a variation on my all-time favourite recipe for raw vegan pad thai. Instead of using an assortment of veggies, I opted for some sliced chard and cucumber.
To celebrate this amazing beautiful awesome wonderful day, I made a sweet and refreshingly light drink that offers a healthy version of OJ.
Amy from Fragrant Vanilla Cake says "It turned out delicious, and to make it even more so, I topped it off with a bit of pistachio crumble for crunch. It was lots of green, but that is what I need right now as I dream about spring!"
This raw pasta is perfect for lunch, a light dinner, or anytime you crave a fresh, satisfying meal without having to spend a lot of time in the kitchen. Enjoy!
This refreshing pineapple gazpacho is perfect for a spring awakening, full of bold sweet and spicy flavours.The most important thing here is to have a very sweet and ripe pineapple and your gazpacho will be delicious. Take care not to overdo on jalapeno.
A salad like this with a ton of really gutsy flavors is perfect to pair with something more mellow like whole grains or some sprouted bread and a bean dip. Go find some fresh cilantro and make yourself a beyond exciting raw winter salad.
This oil and nut/seed free dressing is so delicious and versatile you can put it to pretty much anything and use it for so many things! You'll only need a few ingredients for a colorful and super tasty dressing that can be also served as a dipping sauce for snacks or to have whenever you have guests! Just serve it with your favorite veggies or crackers! Thanks to Priscilla Soler of Gastrawnomica for this great dressing!
Here is an extremely easy recipe for a sweet tooth. All you need is to blend cranberries, banana, raspberries until smooth and add some honey or agave if you like it sweet. You can either make it in a food processor or a hi-speed blender. Thanks to Brandi Rollins of Raw Foods on a Budget for this great recipe.
There are many ways you can use leftover pulp and this pizza recipe is just one fabulous example to get you inspired and started with getting the most from your produce and your daily juice!
This green juice nourishes and cleanses through a bounty of natural (albeit leftover) goodness from dear mamma Earth; green apples, lemon, ginger, cucumber, with an abundance of extra broccoli and kale stems I saved from other culinary efforts. Reduce, reuse, recycle.
Creamy, chocolaty, luscious. Yet no sugar, no flour, no oil. Yes, chocolate dreams do come true. This mousse is adaptable and can be accented with other flavors, such as orange zest (or orange oil), almond extract, or mint (leaves or extract).
Psst, these are really health. No need to tell the kids, or anyone else, for that matter; just eat them up knowing they are filled with almonds (nut-free option included) and oats, and sweetened only with dates and raisins!