Browse through some of the best French vegan recipes online!
An inspired, simple and completely luscious truffle recipe by Brandi Doming of The Vegan 8 utilizing a base of raw sesame and cacao butter for an authentic white chocolate flavor experience. If you typically make dark chocolate truffles during the Holidays try mixing it up this year with this delectable recipe perfectly spiced with cinnamon, ginger, and vanilla. You, along with your friends and family, will fall in love.
Marquis Matson took Ani Phyo's raw vegan crepes and further built on the recipe by adding a touch of cinnamon! Once the crepes are done dehydrating you can do a variety of different things with them to make a delicious breakfast or brunch. Try wrapping them around fresh seasonal fruit such as peaches, nectarines and berries combined with Marquis' amazing raw chocolate pudding (recipe also below!) Drizzle organic maple syrup or coconut nectar over the top for a divine treat perfect for a lazy Sunday morning.
Dehydrated veggie herb crackers stacked with macadamia chevre and softened, olive oil, sea salt and lemon infused asparagus. Serve with a side salad of fresh arugula, cherry tomatoes, sprouts and a drizzle of balsamic vinaigrette. Who says raw food is boring?
Sweeten up your day with a recipe for raw, vegan banana tiramisu by Amy Lyons of Fragrant Vanilla Cake! Layers of fresh banana combine with fluffy vanilla, chocolate, and organic coffee laced whipped coconut cream in a beautiful stacked assembly. No gluten, no sugar, no dairy. Yes, your prayers HAVE just been answered!
The weekend is upon us and we highly recommend whipping up something decadent yet healthy for brunch tomorrow morning - you deserve it! These are Gena Hemshaw's simple raw vegan crepes with a banana soft serve filling and fresh strawberry jam. Gooey, chewy, and totally delish!
Sink those lovely teeth into a chocolate dipped coconut lime macaroon by Amy Lyons of Fragrant Vanilla Cake. Crunchy on the outside and chewy on the inside, the PERFECT macaroon if we don't say so ourselves.
This yummy dessert recipe calls for a dense coconut cream which due to the use of cold pressed coconut oil will set to the shape of your ramekin mold. You can use either cultured almond milk yogurt from your local health food store or make you own using soaked, sprouted, and blanched almonds blended into a creamy, thick puree and cultured overnight with probiotics. You may also choose to emit the yogurt and substitute a few tsp of lemon juice for a hint of citrusy tang. Fresh clementines blend with coconut nectar and vanilla bean to create the thick, sweet fruit "coulis" or puree. A pure and simple dessert!
A quick recipe by Nicole Axworthy for Coconut Joy truffles using raw shredded coconut, agave, melted coconut butter and truly raw cacao butter and cocoa powder. A melt in your mouth chocolatey shell filled with chewy coconut. Yum!
Nothing goes better with a warm cup of tea in the Fall than a sweet coconut macaroon especially when it possesses a bright pop of orange like these! Warm them up in the dehydrator for a more authentic macaroon texture and to saturate your ingredients with rich coconut flavor.
If you or someone you know is not a fan of raw cauliflower, well this might be the perfect recipe for you. There's a secret ingredient in this wonderful mock couscous dish that takes the edge off of the sometimes potent raw cruciferous, while giving it a nutty flavor that rivals the real thing. I'm absolutely addicted to this recipe at the moment, and I honestly can't imagine I'll tire of it anytime in the near future. You can enjoy this couscous warm, or cold, and with a bevy of different veggie combinations. Best of all this is by default a nut free and oil free recipe, although you wouldn't have guessed it at first bite. But who cares about all that health mumbojumbo -- I want a tasty bowl of food, darn-nit! Did I mention the secret ingredient has something to do with pumpkin? How fitting for the Holiday season!
We aren't going to lie, if you make this recipe you WILL be dreaming about it for weeks after! These sandwich cookies are a decadent, delicate treat for a special occasion or just because. You can't go wrong with a rich cacao cream sandwiched between two chewy coconut cookies.
Looking for a fun, easy, nut free raw vegan dessert recipe? Look no further than these chocolate coated banana truffles by Karolina Eleonóra! Simply slice your fresh bananas, roll them in a light dusting of cacao, lucuma, mesquite, maca and a pinch of cardamom, dip in your melted white chocolate and let them rest to harden. You might also try popping them in the freezer for frozen banana chocolate coated "ice cream" bar bites! If you're an especially lazy lady ; ) try bypassing the slicing step altogether, and dip a while banana in chocolate and pop in the freezer as is!
If your trying to decide on the perfect raw treat for a special celebration look no further than this recipe by Heather Pace. A dense chocolate almond cake surrounds a light cashew cream filling flavored with real mint essence and maple syrup. Finish your recipe by pouring over the cake a rich, warm chocolate ganache. Serve it up at the next birthday party and watch the smiles cascade around you!
Get happy today with a delicious, so dark and rich it's nearly sinful, raw vegan ganache tart by Sayward Rebhal. If you're a fan of chocolate you'll be delighted by the rich flavor of truly raw cocoa powder in the the silky filling, as well as cacao nibs throughout the chocolate crust adding an unexpected crunch. Keep it cold in the freezer and enjoy as a cold treat after a healthy raw meal.
This is an incredibly useful recipe to have around! When the craving for cheese hits, grab some of your pre-made raw vegan cheeze from the fridge and combine with cucumber slices and sun dried tomatoes, flax crackers, fruit, crumble on a salad or in soup, or eat with dried apricots and figs. This recipe by Sarafae is 100% dairy free, made with only macadamia nuts, lemon juice, apple cider vinegar, nutritional yeast, salt and seasonings. Cheese addicts have no fear, a raw vegan alternative is here!
Chef Sarrah Britton describes her amazing recipe! "If being delicious were a crime, this dessert would certainly be put in the big house. So incredibly creamy, rich, and satisfying, it tastes like decadent chocolate mousse, but you’d never guess that it’s healthier than a salad!" This dessert is rich in healthy raw fats from avocado, which is the main ingredient believe it or not. Avocado adds an incredibly dense, silky, rich mousse-like consistency and when combined with cacao, leaves no trace of an avocado flavor. In fact, we bet that unless told, no one will be able to guess what's in this recipe! A heart healthy dessert that is equally healthy for your smile!
A creamy, refreshing, paprika laced red bell pepper bisque topped with a delicious vibrant green pistachio parsley pistou (pine-nut-less pesto) which gives the smoothness of the soup a nice amount of nutty texture. Enjoy as the centerpiece of your meal or as an appetizer for lunch or dinner
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.