If you love raw coconut desserts but don’t want to bother trying to crack open a green coconut (step away from the machete…) then this recipe is definitely for you! The perfect creamy and coconutty sweet treat for two, and it’s entirely nut free as well!
Enjoy some of the best flax seed recipes online. Make your own flax crackers to healthy pizza doughs.
Making a decent quiche without the use of flour, eggs, cheese and butter is a challenge enough; throw into the mix an all-raw ingredient list and you may be wondering if it’s even possible. The answer is YES! Instead of wheat-based flour and butter, this recipe calls for macadamia nuts, flax, buckwheat and olive oil to make […]
Classic Ayurvedic herbs of ashwagandha, ginger, turmeric, and black pepper give this healing, fiber and chlorophyll-rich smoothie a medicinal twist, delivery to the body potent adaptogens, antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds. This recipe is very low glycemic, making it safe for even those with sensitive blood sugars. Enjoy!
These superfood maca mocha love brownies would make the ideal treat for Valentines day ahead, that is, if you happen to resist eating the entire batch yourself. Pop them in the dehydrator for a few hours and enjoy a more “cooked” flavor and texture, or simply let them set in the fridge and enjoy as […]
Let the aroma of sweet orange, vanilla and almond waft through the air as your raw mini Christmas stollen “bakes” to perfection in the dehydrator. If you’re not familiar with a stollen, it is a buttery, dense, sugary and goodie-filled bread traditionally made in Germany during the holiday season. This version leaves the refined sugars […]
If decorating cookies is a special Holiday tradition in your family you’ll be happy to know you can enjoy the entire experience in a completely healthy way. Every member of your family, including those with the biggest sweet tooth, will love this recipe for raw and gluten-free glazed sugar cookies decorated with organic citrus zest, […]
If you like to play in the kitchen odds are you have some random veggie bits, pieces, odds and ends stashed in your fridge.The ends of zucchini after running them through the spiralizer, the random carrot or celery stick, a handful or two of leftover herbs, that chunk of onion you didn’t end up using […]