The red currents in this recipe can be replaced with any sour-tasting berries you have on hand. If using sweeter berries, skip the honey.
Raw food recipes with walnut
Sink your teeth into these guilt-free, fun Halloween snacks sure to please kids and adults alike.
No dough in these pockets—Crunchy jicama takes on that role. Here’s a great main dish, giving you lots of variation for both filling and sauce. Use your favorite recipes to substitute for one or both.
Refreshing summer salad combining sweetness of watermelon and berries with the zing of ginger and lime.
This traditional Russian celebration dish has been adapted for raw foods. If you didn't like canned beets as a kid, please give the raw beet root a try: you might fall in love with this powerful healing food.
Enjoy a Thanksgiving gathering without guilt with this superb pumpkin pie. An added bonus: It won’t put you to sleep after a meal, but only if you share it with those you love!
Simple, yet festive enough for potlucks and parties, these rosettes use ingredients available year-round. I hope you have plenty of sun-dried tomatoes lovingly preserved just waiting for this yummy recipe.
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.
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.