Raw food recipes with chia seeds

This recipe is my latest fave. If you like yogurt, you’ll love it! This is healthy as it gets and, yes, it does taste exactly like the real thing! It’s easy to do, too. You can make this creamy and delicious Raw Coconut Yogurt at home without any special equipment. Just 3 simple ingredients! 

Raspberries and chocolate are meant to be together!

This delightful trifle brings your favorite fall flavors together! Try to make this amazing 3-layer dessert. It's easy.

Got a craving for sweets? Here’s a great healthy way to satisfy it with apricots and dates.

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

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.

Real caviar... Some people are scared of fish eggs. Others don’t eat it for ethical reasons. Most find it expensive. Here’s a great vegan alternative—whether you regularly eat vegan or not. This one’s so nutritious you could enjoy it darn near daily! 

Prepare for a festive Independence Day party with this beautiful fruit salad with explosive taste of berries and melon.

Chia seeds—yes, you remember the “Chia Pet” commercials, don’t you? Same plant. For a while, there, chia seeds were being touted as a “miracle food.” They’re not—nothing is. But chia seeds do bring some good news. Like Omega-3 fatty acids. And this underappreciated attribute…Chia seeds let you feel full faster, thanks to the amino acid tryptophan, which regulates appetite and improves mood.

Known as Nature’s candy, persimmons work in synergy with almond milk and chia seeds in this recipe, resulting in a satisfying and nutritious breakfast or dessert.

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