Use any nuts, seeds and dry fruits you have on hand to make this holiday dish to share with friends and family. Your kids might give you a hand with decorating the edible Christmas tree.
Raw food recipes with raw honey
Originally used as a begging bowl by Buddhist monks, the “Buddha Bowl,” in your hands, will become a meal your friends and family will be begging for!
Inspired by the Russian raw food chef Anastasia, who figured out that sprouted buckwheat works great in raw vegan cakes, this recipe takes some pre-planning, but every step can still be taken with love, resulting in a delicious taste and a delightful presentation.
These treats are not only high in bioavailable calcium, but they taste delightful, so definitely make extras if you have kids or are planning to bring them to a potluck: they will go quickly!
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.
Remember eating those "fruit on the bottom" yogurts as a kid? Well now you can make one from scratch and without any preservatives. Enjoy this thick and smooth- textured yogurt made from a young Thai coconut.
Make sure you consume cranberries often while they are in season, by juicing, in smoothies, or by incorporating in desserts such as this one.
It’s hard to get kids (or adults!) to avoid refined sugar on Halloween, but sometimes when familiar food is presented in a new way, even picky eaters will take to healthy snacks.
Pumpkins are everywhere this time of the year. Start including this nutrient dense “fruit” in your recipes: one pumpkin can go a long way in raw cuisine. Ever miss the “Ramen Noodles” from your dorm-room days? Give these raw and infinitely-more-good for you Pumpkin Ramen Noodles a shot!
A hearty chili may be prepared without beans or meat. Just because you eat raw doesn’t mean that you will never eat this American classic dish again… even though it may not be in its traditional form, but it’s packed with living nutritious ingredients.