Creamy banana ice cream pairs perfectly with chocolate rawnola in this easy, delicious breakfast bowl!
Create amazing banana recipes from banana cream pie to banana shakes to help and sustain you on your raw journey!
This easy 3 ingredient recipe is creamy, dreamy strawberry perfection. That is the beauty of using fresh, in-season ingredients – the flavors that you can achieve with such few ingredients are unparalleled. Have a child who doesn’t care for he taste of plain nut milk? This recipe is great for them too. Naturally sweet and […]
This smoothie bowl was inspired by the robust flavors of fresh chocolate mint. Peppermint is wonderful for digestion and any conditions related to stomach health. It’s also great for good breath. Peppermint is very calming and stress-relieving, and helps relieve headaches, and alleviates muscle pain. This smoothie bowl is packed with nutrient-rich goodness to help inspire […]
A combination of flavors that will make your taste buds dance. Instead of either having banana ice cream or chia pudding, why not add the two for a decadent yet healthy breakfast feast. The addition of berries adds some extra fruitiness you wouldn’t wanna miss out on. The nut butter is optional but highly recommended. […]
Attention ladies: this smoothie has a bunch of ingredients like ginger and fennel that will help to alleviate discomforts associated with menstruation. It also has some great superfoods that will benefit you the most if you eat often: cinnamon and turmeric. Great for balancing the blood sugar and keeping inflammation in check. Adding black pepper […]
Pros of this recipe: *Ice cream cake that you could have for breakfast. *Its raw vegan *Its takes only 15 minutes to make. Minimal effort, maximum reward. *A perfect dish for a warm summer day (or winter, who cares) *You can customize it to your own liking. Cons of this recipe: … … …. Seriously, […]
While strawberries, raspberries and blueberries are go-to ingredients for smoothies, they’re not the only berries with benefits! Cranberries, despite being a fruit, are very low in sugar (hence their tartness!), and therefore don’t cause a spike in blood sugar and release steady, slow carbohydrate energy to the body. They’re also packed with phytophenols – the […]