For all you key lime pie lovers, get ready to dig in! Our raw take on traditional key lime pie, made with real key limes, which are available at stores this time of the year. No key limes near you? No problem: use regular limes instead.
Vegan & Raw Food Recipes with Dates
Cranberries are an integral part of the Thanksgiving or Christmas meal, but there is no reason not to include them in your casual food preparation. In fact, the only reason you would not use cranberries is if they aren’t in season and you can’t find them fresh.
You don’t need any special skills to make simple containers for a special holiday breakfast or Halloween party treat – pumpkin pie smoothie. It will taste good in any vessel you choose to serve it in. You might find your family enjoys “liquid” pumpkin pie so much, that it will become your daily fare when you can get a hold of pumpkins this season.
A perfect no-guilt treat just in time for Halloween, these caramel apples will appeal to both children and adults. You can never have too many caramel apples around, so be ready to make more. This tasty snack is easy to make and enjoy, even for those who are just starting out with raw foods.
The sweetness of the squash and fruits and the hint of warming spices make for a comforting creamy soup. Instead of Kabocha, you can use any hard squash you have on hand.
And you were wondering how you were going to live without hot chocolate when you go raw! With this special treat, hot chocolate will soon become a distant memory. You won’t even miss it. Guaranteed.
Take advantage of the prime fig season to make a delicious banana fig tart, which tastes even better when shared with family and friends.
The refreshing taste of berries and the texture of crumbs and cream go well together in this summer layered dessert. Works great as a special occasion treat.
Summer berries are here, and so is Independence Day! You won’t feel guilty bringing this type of cake to the 4th of July potluck: it’s raw, sugar-free and abundant in berries.
These petite stuffed mushrooms can be served as an appetizer, or become part of the main course when accompanied by a salad. Either way, they are filling and delicious.