Enjoy some of the best lemon recipes on the internet. From lemonade to key lime pie. Enjoy!
Raw foodist Gena Hemshaw says "I love cashew cheese as a sandwich spread, a pasta topper, or in wraps. But I especially love it in a nice big scoop above a big green salad."
Reminiscent of the classic Bloody Mary this is a wonderful cleansing treat on your palate and for your body.
Blackberry and Lemon Macaroons is a hands down crowd pleaser. The sweetness with the hint of sour on coconut will make your taste buds scream for more!
Another one of Russel James' masterpiece desserts. Extremely delicious and a must make beautiful cheesecake.
Wishing you were somewhere warm in this dreaded weather? This lemonade with a tumeric kick will put you right in Bali this winter.
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.
Raw stuffed mushrooms are awesome for entertaining. They are best served right away.for a neat, chewy zingy exciting tiny morsel try dehydrating until they are very small and shrunken.
Serve it with Spiced Agave on the side and drizzle right before you eat. Enjoy these for breakfast, dessert or make the cream and agave in advance and take it to work for the afternoon sweet tooth cravings!
This classic fruit dessert pastry features light and nice walnut crust filled with a sweet-tart apple mixture of cashews, cinnamon, lemon zest, coconut oil, and agave nectar.
Adding more raw food into your diet is an excellent way to keep your kitchen and your body cool as the weather heats up. Cucumbers and mint are exceptionally cooling to the body and tossed up with lemon and dill, they’re very tasty, too. Enjoy this quick and easy recipe as a light lunch or first course.
What do you do when you're blessed with an abundance of fresh herbs and you're looking to get creative? You make raw ice cream!
This tastes better than the ginger dressing served at most Asian restaurants where the base is usually mayo, soy sauce and chili. Enjoy this raw vegan version on all your favorite salads.
This is a very quick and tasty raw dip. Serve with crisp carrots, cucumbers, peppers and sugar snap peas. Also delicious on raw crackers. Enjoy!
A a fresh and vibrant melon based salad with a unique blackberry herb dressing to add liveliness and flavor. You don’t need a vita-mix, a dehydrator or any other special equipment. In fact, you don’t even need a blender, as you can easily mash up the berries with a fork and whisk in the remaining ingredients… It really is that easy!
Talk about fresh taste—it just doesn’t get greener than this! With raw food, you can get creative with wrapping and rolling using big green collard leaves and your filling of choice. This wrap is full of flavor with a fresh herb and pumpkin seed pâté and marinated veggies. Ditch the tortillas, grab some collards, and have some raw food fun in the kitchen!
"Double Trouble" not because it's extra work to make than other pies, but because you'll have "trouble" stopping yourself from eating the whole pie in one sitting! The combination of the savory "pumpkin" with sweet "chocolate" is definitely, double trouble!
This savory tart is wonderfully creamy, with a subtly spiced crust, and bits of basil, sun-dried tomatoes and black Cerignola olives spread all throughout.
This is a really quick and tasty dip! It takes inspiration from tahini dip and steps it up a notch. Miso and lemon combine to give it a nice tangy kick. It can be eaten as a dip, or diluted a bit for a very yummy salad dressing.
On a morning when you're craving something less sweet and perhaps a little salty, it's time to try a savory green smoothie. This blends non-sweet fruit with green veggies and a bit of salt. The avocado here is quite filling, so this is a great recipe for those who need a bit of healthy fat to feel satisfied. Blend this up and replace your coffee with a mug full of green smoothie for morning energy you can count on. This also makes a nice, cool summer soup.
This recipe is a very special home brunch treat that speaks of warmth and sunshine and, hopefully, makes the cold winter seem very distant. Orange-cinnamon crepes, accompanied by a colourful citrus salad with an Earl Grey-orange creme.