Enjoy some of the best hemp seed recipes on the internet. Hemp seeds are high in Omega 3, 6 and 9.
Chia is a true power food and makes for an amazing base to a sweet and more than easy to prepare raw vegan pudding. Gena Hemshaw of Choosing raw shares with us her technique for making a delicious vanilla flavored chia pudding rich in all 21 known amino acid, essential omega 3 fatty acids, iron, calcium and gentle soluble fiber. This pudding has a very "hempy" flavor, so it you prefer you can replace some of the hemp seeds with truly raw cashews to create a milder flavor. This is THE recipe to prepare when you need a no fuss breakfast.
A lively broccoli hemp slaw from Gena Hemshaw with a hefty dose of omega fatty acids from hemp seeds and sasha inchi oil! The dressing is an easy and delectable sweet mustard vinaigrette containing apple cider vinegar, maple syrup, Braggs or tamari, a spoonful of stoneground mustard and dash of curry. If sasha inchi oil is unavailable to you try hemp seed, flax, avocado, olive, or a combination for a wide array of essential fatty acids. Using a food processor to break down the broccoli and cauliflower into smaller pieces is a great trick and makes eating these healthy and hearty vegetables so enjoyable!
Be like Sarah Britton of My New Roots and use this recipe to turn breakfast time into, as she puts it, "a ridiculous kitchen dance party delight!" This recipe really does taste brownie-tastic, yet contains no unhealthy or processed ingredients, just pure plant goodness and raw cacao. Loaded with antioxidants and healthy essential omega and polyunsaturated fatty acids, this smoothie will have you singing and dancing and ready to take on your day!
A note from Chef Gena Hemshaw about her bold and energizing superfood smoothie: "The following recipe is every bit as tasty as it is vibrant, and it’s packed with nutrition. It’s also not overly sweet, which makes it a good afternoon snack: I personally find that super sweet smoothies make me crash in the afternoon. This was exactly the right amount of sweetness, and it fueled me well for the long day and night of study ahead."
Now make this recipe, enjoy slowly, and proceed to go save the world!
This is one of Marlie Centawer's amazing "Smoothie Saturday" recipes. It's a gorgeous blend of fresh fruits and superfoods such as spinach, chia seeds, hemp protein, spirulina, and maca and will surely start your day, and weekend, off on the right foot with powerful nutrients, greens, essential fatty acids, and protein!
Creamy, dreamy, lemony goodness with a delectable sprinkling of sweet cinnamon and nutmeg spiced crunch. This recipe draws its inspiration from key lime pie. Chef Rawloulou shares about her decadent dessert recipe, "This is Loulou's version of Raw Model's Key Lime Pie, I had no limes, so I used Lemon and I wanted to veer away from using nuts for a pie base so I ended up using my 'sweet crunch' (see below) instead to give texture."
Who doesn't crave a crunchy and delightfully sweet bowl of granola once in a while for breakfast? This is the perfect basic granola recipe, with the added unexpected flare of coriander spice. Hemp milk is a great alternative to almond or any other nut milk because the seeds don't require soaking and blend up extremely well. Straining isn't even a necessity if you are running low on time but it will ensure the smoothest milk possible.
A true power meal recipe, this bowl combines a few nutritionally dense superstars: avocado, hemp, kale, and kelp! The two dressings included within this recipe work really well together or you can divide your bowl half and half with smoked avocado cumin on one side and balsamic tahini on the other. This recipe was inspired by a culinary creation from Blossoming Lotus Cafe in Portland, OR. You can lightly steam and blanch the cruciferous vegetables or keep them raw, it is up to you.
Crispy spiced young coconut bacon, cultured peppercorn cheese and soft caramelized onion come together on a raw buckwheat crust to create this gorgeous explosion of flavor. It's raw pizza with a gourmet twist! This recipe has quite a few steps involved with various ingredients needing dehydration or culturing, but if you're looking for raw gourmet at it's finest this recipe is for you!
This easy sauce can be easily turn into your favorite dip, sauce, salad dressing, whatever you want and you can make it! The Pure 2 Raw twins Michelle & Lori mixed it up with their greens of choice- spinach, arugula, spiralized zucchini and kelp noodles!
This bread does not need much in terms of toppings. It can easily be enjoyed on its own, eaten like an onion pie. It compliment the green olive tapenade which is incredibly quick and easy to make, and wonderful on any breads or crackers of choice. Cozy up and enjoy the season.
This simple Pesto dish uses a base of hemp seeds which are a great source of protein and healthy fats. Their strong, rich, and nutty flavor is perfect for a pesto alfredo!
A delicious, creamy blueberry maca milk made with fresh hemp seeds and maca root for hormonal balance and omega 3's. The blueberry flavor comes across subtle in this drink. It is sweet, smooth and rich and is a great breakfast to take with you in a thermos or mason jar when you're on the go.
This recipe is a beautiful toss of Italian herbs and spices with salty olives and a sprinkle of hemp seed. The artichokes can also be lightly steamed for a softer texture.
Nutrient-dense kale along side the classic parsley component of tabbouleh for a super green, super healthy & super delicious light meal.
A yummy raw vegan granola bar full of wholesome ingredients without all of the unnecessary syrups and sweeteners.
While baked breads are definitely tasty, they are unfortunately not so kind to the human body. This raw vegan bread is made with plenty of nutrient rich hemp seeds, ground flax, tomatoes, onions and spices and is absolutely delicious with a raw cheese spread or dipped in soup.
This is a fun snack for when you're on the go! It's filling, energizing and perfect for lunch boxes.
I whipped up a super easy and delicious dressing, King Garlic Hemp Dressing. I use the word "King" before "Garlic" because in my mind, garlic is indeed the king of spices (Ginger is the queen).
A scrumptious recipe for a raw vegan bagel using plenty of a powerhouse superfood -brazil nuts! Brazil nuts are a wild harvested food and are therefore richer in key nutrients and minerals such as selenium.