Here is an extremely easy recipe for a sweet tooth. All you need is to blend cranberries, banana, raspberries until smooth and add some honey or agave if you like it sweet. You can either make it in a food processor or a hi-speed blender. Thanks to Brandi Rollins of Raw Foods on a Budget for this great recipe.
Nourish your relationships and the people you care for by feeding them something fantastic you’ve made by hand. Perhaps…a parfait?
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!
Have you had the divinely pleasing taste experience of raw cacao paired with organic blackberries? This recipe is so easy to make, but is definitely not lacking in flavor (or antioxidants for that matter!) Wild harvested blackberries are best but if you don't have them just choose the highest quality organic variety that you can. Low in fat and super high in nutrients, this ice cream will delight your palette and your eyes as you gaze upon the vibrant hues of purple and dark chocolate.
A definite treasure of a recipe that may even help you get in touch your inner pirate. A piña colada gelati made from fresh pineapple fruit, coconut, lime and of course coconut sugar. A tropical island experience is awaiting you with this recipe from Ulyana, the Kitchen Fairy!
Celebrate this abundantly fruity season with a cooler-than-a-cucumber popsicle recipe by Kristina Carrillo-Bucaram! Super sweet, refreshing, and completely fat free! The perfect seasonal treat to enjoy poolside while chilling in the warm sunshine.
A simple recipe that's also totally customizable. Take your choice of frozen fruit and blend with a small tsp of coconut oil and this becomes your base! Below you will find blueberry lemon sorbet and banana sorbet versions. You could even make several different flavors and layer them in a glass for a fun effect. Delicious, refreshing, cooling and light with simple ingredients for ease of digestion. You can use fresh fruit as well just note that this will lessen the amount of water needed. The perfect dessert to whip up on a whim!
Chef Mandi Gould describes her recipe as a fusion raw vegan cheesecake meets ice cream or sorbet. This recipe combines the amazing nutritional benefits and sweet flavors of luxurious coconut and sweet succulent pineapple. Slice in, take a bite, and fantasize about that tropical island getaway we're sure is in your immediate future! ; )
The photo included is of the 2 layer version with papaya on the top layer.
A great chili taste to the tongue with the mango mix and the hint of coconut will make your mouth water for more.
Interested in a delicious little treat? Introduce yourself to these cute little mango macaroon tartlets.
Try this unique raw sorbet made with carrot and grapefruit with crispy gingersnap cookies!
Sweet flavors of coconut, clementine and lavender syrup meld together to create this decadent treat. The texture of the frozen, creamy sorbet goes perfectly with the chewy-gooey tartlet crust made from cashews, dried coconut, and agave.