Raw Carrot Recipes

Minnie Cucumber Sushi

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These fuss-free sushi rolls are perfect to make with your toddler! Indulge in your creative side for a fun cooking session.

Mushroom “Bul Go Gi”

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This raw vegan spin on a traditional Korean classic barbecue dish will make you want to get up and dance! You can learn more about bul go gi here.

Raw Vegan Coconut Curry

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Serve it warm. Serve it chilled. Add more coconut. Add more spice. The world is yours for the taking!

Turmeric, Carrot, and Ginger Remedy

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Not a fan of straight carrot juice? Try doctoring it up with ginger, turmeric, lemon and honey, which has an enormous side benefit of giving the immune system an even more powerful boost. It’s delicious – potent, refreshing, spicy and sinus-clearing, and a little goes a long way.

Raw Vegan Carrot Salad Recipe

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Imagine yourself eating a bunch of carrots on their own – maybe a bit boring for most folks. We guarantee this salad – complete with a deliciously creamy oil-free dressing – is much more exciting. In raw food prep it’s all about having a delicious sauce to spice things up.    

Rainbow Noodle Salad with Pesto

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This recipe is proof of the amazingness that can be created with just a spiralizer and some colorful vegetables. Use a mixture of zucchini, carrots and beetroot for the rainbow noodles. Add optional rice pasta if you’re not 100% raw, and/or you’d like a heartier dish. Topped with pumpkin seed pea pesto, this noodle salad makes a […]

Carrot Cake Minis

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Are you a carrot cake lover? These little morsels of greatness are destined to be made on repeat. Made with fresh, organic, raw ingredients (sourced locally if you can!) and topped with the most divine, creamy cashew lemon frosting. The perfect guilt-free treat!

Superfood Kale Garden Salad

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This salad has a little bit of everything, all the colors, flavors, textures and goodness. It’s great on it’s own as a light lunch (the nuts and seeds are so filling) and also beautiful as a side salad.  Count colors, not calories!