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!
Dips & Spreads
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!
You’re coming home for dinner. What are you going to eat?? Have a batch of this raw vegetable cream cheese recipe on hand and your tastebuds will thank you. Smooth and salty, it tastes divine paired with cucumber rounds.
This is a healthy, nutrient-packed sauce that looks and tastes a lot like a creamy, cheesy sauce. It’s got a few secret spices for flavor!
A healthier take on the store bought nutella that is able to be eaten by Raw food enthusiasts as well as chocolate lovers.
If you don’t want to eat vegetable sticks by themselves, use this dip to entice your taste buds while you are on a raw foods diet.
This dip has endless combinations,try this with – veggies, raw crackers, raw breads.Or use it as a dip for raw chips, in a stuffed pepper, in a nori sushi roll with veg or simply as a side to a salad.
Serve this yummy, zingy dip with crackers or bread at your next party. An exciting basil, Parmesan cheese and sun-dried tomato paste mixture is spread inside creamy cheese layers. It’s best when chilled overnight before serving.
This is a great guacamole recipe. It is so simple to make and helps to fill you up. Avocados also contain beneficial heart healthy fats!