Browse through some of the best vegan lunch recipes online!
What a creative way to prepare raw veggies! A tasty sesame vegetable "stir fry" made with celeriac rice, fresh celery, bell pepper, carrots, onion and mushrooms all dressed up with a delicious Asian-inspired tahini shoyu garlic sauce. Planning a stir fry night? Keep your veggies in their most vibrantly fresh state by enjoying this raw version by Amy Lyons of Fragrant Vanilla Cake.
Looking for a quick, easy, and ultra fresh idea for dinner tonight? Try this gorgeous zucchini pasta by Stefania D'Alessandro of La Tortoise. A mouthwatering pesto made with wild garlic leaves, fresh lemon, cashew nuts, pine nuts and ripe avocado combines with freshly spiroolied zucchini to create a heathy dinner you can prepare in a few minutes time. Enjoy!
If you miss being able to add croutons to a salad then you'll be pleased to know there is an entire world of crunchy, salty, perfectly seasoned goodness to be had even on a raw foods diet! Spice up your next salad with this mouthwatering blend of seasoned and dehydrated nuts, seeds, and brussels sprouts by Gena Hemshaw of Choosing Raw.
If you love sweet and spicy flavor combinations, and love all things fresh, juicy and full of life you will LOVE this salad by Lisa Viger of Raw on $10 a Day or Less. After mixing your ingredients let it marinate for a minute, scoop it onto a bed of fresh lettuce or your favorite greens, and enjoy each bite of deliciousness to the max.
Fill your hungry belly with a delicious raw nori wrap by Eva Hajkova of Raw Eva.com. Instead of relying on rice she uses a creamy cashew spread to help bind the ingredients together. Fill up your nori rolls with the fresh, seasonal vegetables of your choice such as cucumber, red bell pepper, micro greens and sunflower sprouts. Enjoy!
Everyone needs a good creamy salad dressing in their back pocket! A salad is just so much more satisfying when it’s loaded with healthy fats that protect your brain, give you glowing skin and balance your hormones.
Looking for something simple with just a few key ingredients? Voila, may I present to you the Avocado and Cilantro Lime Detox Dressing.
Recipe from our friends at Young and Raw. Enjoy!
An inkling for pizza can be a hard craving to beat. Why not make a healthy, raw version! This recipe by Iselin Stoylen of Vegetarian Taste starts with an herbed pumpkin, sunflower and walnut-based crust topped with a tasty spinach and basil pesto. Top your pizza with fresh arugula, red bell peppers, and dehydrated mushrooms, serve with a salad, and enjoy a delicious and hearty raw meal free of all dairy and gluten. Enjoy!
Craving a fresh salad with plenty of delicious flavor? Give this one a try by Emma Potts of Coconut and Berries! Mixed salad greens combine with sliced avocado, segmented oranges, red onion and an absolutely delicious black olive vinaigrette you will turn to time and time again. Enjoy!
A delicious take on a traditional Japanese nori roll by Joelle Amiot of jarOhoney. These tasty bites are packed full of fresh and vibrant ingredients including cucumber, purslane, red bell pepper, pink oyster mushrooms, green onion, ginger and even a touch of jalapeño for a nice kick of spice. Serve these at your next tapas/cocktail party for a completely healthy appetizer. Enjoy!
Quick and beyond easy, you'll be able to throw this dish together in about 5 minutes tops. Spiralized zucchini noodles combine with a creamy, smokey and tangy chipotle lime avocado sauce with only 5 simple ingredients (excluding water and salt). Serve it with a big leafy green salad tonight and eat FRESH!
A simple and elegant mushroom medley scape soup by Joelle Amiot of jarOhoney. The minimal ingredients allow for the robust flavors of fresh varietal mushrooms to shine through. If you've just recently returned from the Farmers Market with a bundle of mushrooms this is the perfect recipe to try. Enjoy!
Add a pop of freshness to your life with this crisp and vibrant salad by Kerry Ogden featuring cauliflower and pine nut rice, a bed of fresh arugula, shelled sugar snap peas, diced avocado, and a bright pop of invigorating citrus with hints of earthy cumin and spicy ginger. Bon appetit!
By marinating and then dehydrating your veggies for a bit at low temperatures you can achieve a RAW stir fry that really holds its own texture and flavor wise. The best part? No oxidized oils from high temperature cooking and your vegetables will be left full of water, nutrients and life force! A delicious and easy way to get a variety of veggies into your body, especially on those days that call for something other than the usual salad. Enjoy this tasty recipe by Lisa Viger of Raw on $10 a Day or Less!
Need a creative idea for utilizing fresh veggie pulp leftover from making juice? Try making raw veggie burgers! If you don't know where to begin, start here with this tasty recipe by Amy Lyons of Fragrant Vanilla Cake. Spring Veggie Burgers made with hemp, sunflower and flax seeds, savory herbs, and a touch of miso and nutritional yeast to flavor. Serve with her spicy chipotle strawberry ketchup and plenty of fresh sprouts!
Stone fruit is in season and bursting with deliciousness right now! This simple and elegant recipe by Joelle Amiot of jarOhoney combines a summertime favorite (fresh apricots) with raw cashew chevre, and hints of edible lavender. A unique recipe perfect for a late Spring/early Summer picnic appetizer or savory dessert. Enjoy!