Raw food recipes with almonds

There’s been lots of buzz lately about matcha tea. If you want to wean yourself off coffee, matcha makes a great alternative.

It has one fifth the caffeine of your cappuccino. It provides sustainable energy, without the spike and later crash that coffee brings, with three times the antioxidants of regular green tea. It contains high levels of chlorophyll. And its polyphenols, called catechins, have possible cancer-preventive properties.

Talk up these details of matcha tea to your guests as you serve them this delicious raw cake at a holiday gathering—say, Mother’s Day. They’ll feel great after a piece of this cake and next time will ask for more!

Just check out this blueberry beauty—so fresh, flavorful, and fabulously delicious!

You won’t believe how smooth and creamy this dessert is. The perfect size for sharing, too.

Summer is here and so is travelling. Here’s an economical and easy way to make raw energy bars for a road trip.

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!

A raw dessert that packs the power of anti-aging Goji berries and nutrient-dense nuts and seeds – for those days when we feel we need something more substantial to ground us.

Thanks goes out to Julia Kaplan for submitting the recipe for her favorite salad!

A raw twist on this Russian sweet treat for kids and adults.

That pulp you saved from making the Holiday Nog will become part of this Sweet Carrot Loaf. If you don’t have the pulp, then just use any ground nuts or seeds that you like.

If you have veggie juice and almond milk prepared in advance, it won’t take long to prepare this popular drink for the holiday celebration. Surprisingly light, refreshing, and tasting much like the traditional eggnog, this beverage is sure to have your guests asking for a refill.

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