Browse through some of the best vegan snacks online!
It's chocolate with benefits! Enjoy an added crispy crunch as well as additional nutrients like powerful bioflavonoid rutin to strengthen capillary walls, B vitamins for stress management, and minerals magnesium, calcium, and boron for bone health by adding sprouted buckwheat groats. Sprouted quinoa contains all essential amino acids giving this chocolate a great protein boost as well. Recipe by Golubka.
Sugar free Radiant Almond-Coconut Orbs by Marlie Centawer of Barefoot and Frolicking sweetened with only natural stevia. Let yourself experience an active meditation while you create this healthy and delicious recipe, shaping each bite sized morsel into a perfect orb. Embrace the cyclic, circular nature of life and make art out of your food with Marlie's fantastic recipe!
Breakfast, snack, dessert, treat. Whatever or whenever you feel like a healthy and sweet flavor explosion - this is the perfect choice. Ridiculously easy to prepare, filling and so boosting it's nutty to even think of it all.
Include kale in your diet and you'll get a great source of fiber, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. It will help to strengthen your immune system - your hair, skin, and nails will look much better. One cup of kale has only 36 calories and zero fat, which helps weight loss.
Amy Lyons by Fragrant Vanilla Cake offered a great recipe of Thai Chili Coconut Kale Chips. It is very tasty, easy to make and it makes a great healthy option for a snack.
We would like to share with you a delicious homemade chia crackers by Deborah Marsh. It contains Pili Nut that is similar to a pine nut, but larger like a peanut. Pili nuts are high in potassium, phosphorus, calcium, and rich in protein. Everyone who likes to try something unique and healthy will absolutely love this snack.
There are so many ways to enjoy this gorgeously sweet and simple raw vegan caramel sauce by Sarah McMinn of The Sweet Life!
*Top your raw cakes and pies with a dollop or drizzle
*Use as a dip with slices of fresh fruit
*Top raw ice cream
*Drizzle it over hot chocolate
*Add a spoonful to nut milk or a smoothie to sweeten it up a bit
*Straight up with a spoon
What do you get when you combine the juices of fresh pineapple, beet, carrot, and strawberry? You get an ultra delicious and body-adoring love potion of course! Your ingredients can be run through a juicer, or you can use a blender with water as needed, straining everything through a nut milk bag at the end to remove the fiber. Cheers!
The rich and intricate flavor of intense dark chocolate merges with the delicate flavor and aroma of blood orange as well as a surprising kick of habanero chili pepper. This raw brownie by Amy Lyons is beyond delicious and knocks the socks off of any cooked brownie recipe! Sink your teeth in and experience the bliss-inducing effects of truly raw cacao and the tummy warming effects of habanero!
Kiwis are in season and in abundance! This bright green juicy fruits are ultra high in vitamin C with 1 fruit packing 120% of the recommended daily allowance. However since this natural form of vitamin C is completely water soluble there is no need to worry about overdosing. Dig into a delicious bowl of creamy kiwi-cashew sorbet by Brandi Rollins of Raw Foods on a Budget!
How could we not want to share this incredible recipe from Heather Pace of Sweetly Raw?! A dense chocolate walnut cake made with almond pulp, walnuts, date paste, raw cacao and vanilla formed into cupcake sized delights, topped with a creamy raspberry cashew frosting. You can devour one of these sweet treats completely guilt free. Perfect for Valentines day or any special event.
A tasty salad containing cut up tomato, sweet pepper, avocado, cilantro, and wild cucumbers covered with mandarin lime juice.
These delightfully chocolatey dolce tartlets are such a hit in our house! They are made with carob, instead of cacao, and you can use raw or lightly toasted carob for this recipe.
These little morsels of goodness are nut free, dairy free, gluten free, wheat free, soy free, GMO free, highly processed and refined sugar free, junk free and guilt free while being kind on our bodies and the environment. Enjoy them!
While we love our precious salads and smoothies, there is definitely more to the raw food diet than simple fruits and veggies! When the craving for something familiar and decadent hits (like an ice cream sandwich, perhaps?) then this is the recipe to turn to! It's Karolina's epic nut free hemp sandwich cookies with chocolate chip mint ice cream! All raw, all vegan.
We love cultured veggies for a variety of reasons. One: they are a great way to consume more nutrient rich vegetables, especially the tougher cruciferous ones, during the winter months when the availability of fresh produce might be lacking. Two: the process of fermentation softens the texture for easier chewing, no cooking required! Three: probiotic bacteria is so important for our overall immune system and digestive health, and cultured veggies prove to be a delicious way of consuming them! Three: you can make a huge batch of kimchi for just a few dollars! Learn how to make the perfect batch of delicious kimchi with Sarah Britton of My New Roots - and check out her site for trouble shooting tips in case something goes a bit array the first time you try it out.
Who says you have to ditch the sushi rolls to be healthy? Crowd pleasing, mouth watering and super fun to make sushi rolls sans rice, sans fish and full of living nutrients.
If you have access to yellow or purple passion fruit (also known as lilikoi here in Hawaii) then you should definitely try this yummy raw Sunrise Sorbet Smoothie. Most asian markets in any major city sell these wonderful fruit that are incredibly high in vitamin C, A, as well as B2, B3, B6, folate and fiber . It’s also a great way to get turmeric into your daily diet.