In West Africa this sauce is a staple in every kitchen. Add some spice to your life and start putting this fiery sauce on your food.
Dips & Spreads
Want to make a creamy and delicious dip in under 15 minutes? This spinach and avocado dip is easy to make and nutritionally dense too!
This sun-dried tomato dip is very quick and easy to make. You can dip fresh veggies in it or spread it on a leaf of lettuce for a raw wrap.
Almond butter has been taken to a whole new level with this homemade recipe. Once you make this you will want to have it all the time.
Are you looking for a raw dip besides guacamole? Look no further because this raw broccoli hummus is super addictive in the best way.
Instead of tricks and treats, how about a little chips and good eats? This healthy, witchy dip will be a thrill at your Halloween party.
Have you been searching for a nutritious dip that isn’t salsa or guacamole? Look no further because you’ll crave this pate every night.
Whether you want a creamy salad dressing or a dip for your carrot and celery sticks, this recipe is what you’re looking for.
Guacamole is one of the easiest dips to make, and it contains a bunch of essential nutrients that you need in your body. Try this recipe!
Attention cleansers: this is the recipe you’ve been waiting for. Bust out the dehydrator and get ready to snack on some raw fries & ketchup.
This homemade vegan tomato sauce is perfect for meal prep or making a lot of pasta for a get together. You can’t even taste the veggies!
These burritos have a little kick, but the spice is balanced by the sweetness of the butternut squash. The filling is so good on its own that you don’t even need the tortillas!
This recipe shows you how easy it is to make healthy ingredients taste like delicious nacho cheese. It’s so incredibly cheesy!
Don’t feel guilty about eating cookie dough when you enjoy this gluten-free vegan recipe! Maybe don’t enjoy it all by yourself in one sitting, though.
Great raw food recipe that will convert into a couple of different meals. A simple spread for veggies or flat bread and also a wonderful sauce for a raw “pasta” primaevra. Yum!
You are going to fall in love with these wraps. They make a great protein-packed lunch, or you can eat them as a healthy snack.
Simple cashew cream frosting made with cashews, maple syrup, pumpkin pie spice and almond milk. Super rich yet healthy!
Yes, it is possible to make a caramel dip on a raw foods diet. It’s so good! You won’t believe that it doesn’t have sugar!
This southwestern take on a traditional hummus recipe uses black beans instead of chickpeas. Get ready for the spice when eating this dip!
A great dip to spice up veggie sticks or baked zucchini sticks. Easy to make and so yummy!