Enjoy some of the best grape recipes online. Grapes with seeds are generally higher in nutrition than seedless. They are also very high in antioxidants.
This gorgeous antioxidant-rich drink by Shernell Cooke of The Raw Food Beginner Chef was inspired by what she calls the most delicious Caribbean soft drink you will ever taste! Her version just so happens to be completely healthy for you as well, and incorporates two of Fall's most celebrated fruits: fresh grapes and pomegranates. Try it for yourself and have a sweet day!
There are few things in this world more divine than fresh concorde grape juice. An absolute elixir of antioxidants to shield all of your cells from inflammation and damage. We recommend making some extra juice and drinking a glass (maybe with a little lime and sparkling water) while making this cheesecake by Heather Pace!
Sarah Britton says, "What better way to celebrate summer than with a refreshing bowl of raw rainbow sweetness to share with precious friends and beloved family? No matter how you slice it, nirvana is often found in the place you least expect, and sometimes even on the plate right in front of you." The basis for this recipe is combining fruits with the vibrant colors of each chakra together, so if you don't have access to some of these fruits no worries, just choose whats available to you! Create your very own rainbow chakra bliss salad and enjoy it with love and gratitude in your heart. Your entire vibration will become elevated!
Crispy, succulent greens of romaine, watercress, celery and parsley combine eloquently with the sweet crunch of fresh apples and grapes and a healthy dose of omega 3 rich walnuts. This salad is then lightly dressed with a creamy cold pressed olive oil, cashew, and mustard vinaigrette. Vastly nutritious and an incredible marriage of flavors and textures this salad will definitely WOW you (as any recipe from Chef Russel James will!)!
There is nothing quite like a batch of freshly baked muffins on a Saturday or Sunday morning. And so the time came to try out an unbaked version. The muffins are lovely - the dough turned out soft, which is always a challenge when working with this type of flour. The magical ingredient here is my favourite Irish moss, which makes for crumbly, soft dough.
A yummy fruit parfait using Gala apples, red and black grapes and a very flavorful orange juice.
Fresh and sweet! Use any combination of fruits that suit your fancy for these healthy raw kebabs. The creamy cashew sauce is easy to whip together and pairs really well with fruits like pineapple, banana, berries, grapes, peaches and plums. You can also make parfaits very easily by layering the fruit with the cream in parfait glasses.