Raffaello coconut candy balls won’t likely be on your menu, but Raw-ffaello mini-muffins very well may be! A raw re-make of the famous holiday treat.
Vegan & Raw Food Recipes with Ingredients Walnut
Try this delicious autumn dessert. Pumpkin and persimmons combine for a delightful sweet flavor.
Without a doubt the best way to eat mulberries is straight from the tree (or from the ground, since mulberries fall down when they are perfectly ripe). If you’d like to make this delicious berry a part of your dessert dish, here’s a simple cake you can whip up a jiffy, if you have soaked nuts and frozen bananas on hand (and a mulberry tree covered in berries somewhere in the neighborhood); ok well maybe it does take a little preparation.
Here are some ideas for any 4th of July party you may be hosting or attending. These finger foods are sure to delight any crowd.
Keep your energy up and forget about hunger with these simple burritos. This eggplant appetizer packs a load of micro-nutrients thanks to watercress, basil and cilantro to help nourish your every cell.
America’s favorite pie is climbing up a few notches on the health scale. Sugar-free, gluten-free, soy-free, corn-free, casein-free, and cooking-free! What better way to introduce your family and friends to raw foods?
Here are some sweet treats to treat your sweets! Express your love with hearts and strawberries this Valentine’s Day, and expect some heart melting, tension releasing and a lot of spoon clinking over the plates.
The recipe is easy to make, and it goes together quicker than it looks so please don’t let the list of ingredients put you off. This is a delicious dish and well worth making. For best results, plan this dish a couple days ahead so the cheese can ferment. Recipe generously submitted by Mimi Kirk of youngonrawfood.com
We will use the same crust recipe and a variety of fruits for garnishing to create the tartelletes – festive holiday finger food. Use any fruit you have access to at this time of the year. The more colors, the merrier!
Since the late 1800s, when this salad was first made at the Waldorf Hotel in New York City, it has gone through many transformations. The core ingredients, however, did manage to survive over the years. This hearty salad is easily adaptable for those living on raw foods by replacing the traditional mayonnaise-based dressing with some version of a raw nut-based mayo.