Berry Cobbler Overnight Oats are a healthy, easy, make-ahead recipe that’s full of nutrition to help keep you satisfied and energized all day long. They’re a great source of plant-based protein, omega-3 fatty acids, iron, magnesium, calcium, B vitamins, and Vitamin C. Plus, there’s no cooking involved whatsoever!
Vegan Main Course Recipes
Find quick and easy healthy main course recipes to sustain your raw food journey.
Sunflower Seeds are a great alternative to nuts since they tend to be a slightly better source of vitamin E, zinc, iron and magnesium than almonds. They are also higher than any other nut or seed products in the antioxidant phytochemical tocopherol, which helps protect against cardiovascular disease. Plus, they taste amazing and produce a […]
This Gluten Free Chia Bircher Muesli is will make an amazing addition to your breakfast menu. It is packed full of healthy ingredients, is really easy to make, and tastes delicious. If you’re looking to add more plant based protein or fiber to your mornings, this recipes gives you a delicious option – chia is […]
Dessert for breakfast might seem like a naughty way to start your day, but not when you’re talking about this Carrot Cake Overnight Oatmeal – it’s full of nutritional goodness! A satisfying breakfast packed full of chia seeds for protein & omega 3 fats, oats for fiber and slow-release carbs (hello flat belly!), apple and […]
Nutritious and delicious. This raw vegan pesto is full of amazing good fats, healthy hemp seed oil and omega rich walnuts. Hemp seed oil is known for its skin healing properties. It also has a nutty, delicious, creamy flavour which works incredibly well as a replacement for traditional olive oil. Try it with your next […]
This Zuchinni Pesto Pasta With Kelp Noodles Recipe is a true crowd pleasure – filling, flavorful, and great for both lunch or dinner. It’s also a quick meal to prepare, making it a great option when you’re short on time (or patience). Kelp noodles are carbohydrate free (great for those on the KetoOS or Ketagenic […]
Chickpeas are very nutritious – high in protein, folate, and minerals such as copper, iron, and zinc. However, they are also rich in phytic acid unless you cook or sprout them! This recipe focuses on the later technique of food prep, creating an authentic falafel experience with sprouted chickpeas instead of cooked, sesame seeds, flax, […]
This dish is so easy and quick to make! What an excellent alternative to rice, especially for those following the Paleo diet, this is perfect! The rice is made with cauliflower pulsed only a few times in the food processor until you get rice consistency. Add the spices with the cauliflower to the food processor […]