Raw Mirepoix Soup with Shoestring Carrot Crisps

Raw Mirepoix Soup with Shoestring Carrot Crisps

The French named Mirepoix is a mixture of three diced vegetables: carrots, celery, and onion. It is traditionally used as a flavor base for soups, sauces, stews, and a wide variety of recipes. For this recipe the soup base is the soup.

Spiced Chocolate Mousse with Pear Puree

Spiced Chocolate Mousse with Pear Puree

This chocolate mousse is spiced with allspice and cinnamon and paired with sweet fruity pear puree. The pear chip tops adds a bit of crunch which is a nice contrast to the smooth and silky mousse and puree.

Autumn Sunrise Smoothie

Autumn Sunrise Smoothie

Everything about this smoothie represents this time of year. In season vitamin C rich apple, pear, and orange get spiced up with stimulating cinnamon and nutmeg. Yummy!

Pumpkin Pie Filling

Pumpkin Pie Filling

A great alternative to traditional pumpkin pie filling, no pumpkin necessary. While carrot juice lends vibrant orange color and an earthy sweetness, young coconut meat, coconut butter, brazil nut milk, and irish moss give this filling a very creamy texture. This recipe uses all the traditional pumpkin pie spices to flavor. Eat alone or in […]

Turkey Tarts

Turkey Tarts

Holiday inspired tarts filled with caramelized onions, mushrooms, fava beans and pomegranate sauce. A great combination of hearty flavours. Tart shells can be shaped into turkeys for a more festive feel.

Veggie Kebabs

Veggie Kebabs

For this recipe you can use any vegetables of your choice marinated in an aromatic mixture of oils, herbs, and spices.

Clementine Tarts

Clementine Tarts

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.

Cashew Cheese Au Poivre

Cashew Cheese Au Poivre

An authentic take on a French inspired recipe for soft, spreadable cheese. Made with cashews, perfectly seasoned, and crusted with coarse salt and peppercorns. Delicious with dehydrated breads, crackers and crisps (Crisp Lavash recipe also included).

Raw Green Tea Ice Cream

Raw Green Tea Ice Cream

Hands down better than the real thing! It is actually easier than you might think to make an authentic tasting raw, dairy and soy free ice cream. For all of those people out there who miss their ice cream…