This raw vegan strawberry cheesecake is light, fruity, and its not too sweet. You can pair it with strawberry sauce, chocolate, coconut, or pretty much any other fruit. Make it with fresh strawberries in the summer when they’re in season, and use frozen strawberries in the winter!
Proper, quality chocolate is made from cacao, which is ground up cacao beans from the cacao tree. The trees, found in Central and South America produce large cacao pods as the fruiting body of the tree, which are then harvested, fermented and dried before being ground into a fine powder, or being used to extract […]
Creamy Raw Cashew Aioli – a vegan alternative to the classic and a great staple recipe to keep on hand for everything from raw tacos and homemade burgers to creamy salad dressings. Cashews are naturally creamy when blended so make a fabulous base for the aioli, though macadamia nuts are also divine (particularly as a […]
Both blueberries and lavender offer such gentle yet fragrant flavors. Combined in raw form means that they maintain all of the freshness and nutritional benefits also. The crust for this cake also uses activated buckwheat which gives a real crunch to the cake. And of course- they are so pretty. A perfect cake to make […]
There’s nothing like a fresh, hot cinnamon bun straight out of the oven – and this smoothie has all of that delicious flavor but none of the fat or white sugar. Bananas provide a naturally sweet base, as well as potassium, magnesium and fiber. Oats and cashew butter (more fiber, manganese, healthy fats and protein) […]
Craving something refreshing and fruity? This Raspberry Hibiscus Chia Pudding is delightfully light and packed with flavor. Its made with hibiscus tea, a brightly pigmented tropical flower that has many benefits including: lowers high blood pressure, decreases inflammation, acts as a natural diuretic, aids in digestion, relieves menstrual pain, boosts metabolism and help with weight loss. […]
Virtuous bites of raw cashew, naturally sweetening medjool date, and gluten-free tigernut flour, with an heir of indulgence. Almost sugar cookie dough-like in taste, this late night snack recipe is perfect on its own or rolled in maca powder, cacao, or bee pollen. Enjoy along or serve with a piping hot mug of tea.