The maple roasted squash it’s sweet but not overly and has a little pop of spice from the cayenne pepper. May seem like a lot of sweetness, but there’s a good balance of sweet + savory here.
Looking for an easy one pot dinner? Try this slow cooker vegetarian coconut curry! It’s super easy and filled with incredible flavors and spices!
This yummy surprisingly simple dish is packed full of healthy goodness. Make it gluten free with gluten free flour and you have a great entree, side or appetizer.
A cheesy zucchini and quinoa side dish that is super easy to make and it is a great way to use some of the overflowing zucchini in your garden.
We bet you didn’t think that chili was possible to eat on a raw foods diet. Well, eat it to believe it. It has robust flavors spice!
Kelp noodles also happen to be very low carb. Better than that, I think you’ll find these noodles to be a delicious gluten free side dish on a hot summer’s night.
This cucumber salad has a little kick that makes it perfect any time of year. The spice actually helps you stay warm on a raw foods diet.
The truth about this lasagna is that even with the carbs and cheese in there, it’s completely jam packed with fresh vegetables (like, more than 5 cups worth of fresh tomatoes, carrots, and spinach) and it’s only around 240 calories per slice.
This is a really easy and delicious recipe. This should definitely be made very soon. We hope you enjoy the incredible flavors.
The sweet and the savory, the warm and the cool, all combined with fluffy cakes that possess a tiny bit of quinoa chew might just be your new favorite side dish.