This raw vegan almond milk is so simple and fast to make, and turns out rich and creamy. And it’s so delicious with everything – on homemade raw muesli, with raw chocolate fudge brownies, or just in a glass on its own.
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This raw almond pulp hummus is an awesome way to use up leftover almond pulp. Rich, creamy and bursting with the flavours of garlic, lemon and sesame. Most definitely a very handy thing to have in the fridge for any time you have the urge to snack.
I love it when I discover things by accident, especially when they're as delicious as this raw hot chocolate. It's so creamy and warm and tasty and sweet and chocolatey and everything that's wonderful about hot chocolate.
You're either going to curse me or bless me for sharing this recipe for raw caramel fudge with you. But how could I deny you the magic of this raw caramel fudge with just two ingredients? Dates. Macadamias. That's it. Nothing more. Too easy.
This raw carob banana smoothie is dangerously delicious. But, hey, if you’re eating such amazing food, does it really matter? My 4yo also loves to drink it, so it must be awesome, and being so fast to whip up too, it makes a great dinner or afternoon snack.
There's nothing quite like starting a cold winter's day with a warm, hearty breakfast, and this raw banana oatmeal porridge fits the bill nicely. It's fast, it's easy and it's oh so satisfying.
I never thought I'd enjoy drinking parsley in a green smoothie. But this parsley pear green smoothie has a sweet, gentle, amazing taste that reminds me of cinnamon. Amazingly delicious!
There's nothing quite like a good tomato sauce. This simple and delicious raw tomato sauce (or ketchup), is a tangy, sweet, super tomato-y experience. And there are so many different ways to enjoy it.
If you're looking for a dairy free, nut-free yoghurt alternative, give my avocado banana yoghurt recipe a try. And although it does look a bit like avocado snot, I promise that it tastes like a tangy, sweet banana and vanilla yoghurt.
This versatile raw chocolate sauce recipe uses a simple blend of agave, cacao and cashew butter, with a hint of vanilla, to create a rich, decadent chocolate sauce. Make it thick and use it as icing, or make it runny and drizzle it over ice cream - the possibilities are exciting.
This would have to be my favourite green smoothie of all time. Which is weird, because kale can taste pretty horrible in smoothies, especially if you have my knack for odd flavour combinations. Not only does the kale taste good in this smoothie, but it tastes so awesome that it's my favourite green smoothie ever.
This coconut vanilla ice cream tastes amazingly, shockingly, brilliantly awesome. Every time I eat this ice cream, I can't believe how good it tastes. And it's vegan, dairy-free, nut-free and kid-friendly!
Have a wonderful day!