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!
This is an easy raw appetizer that is delightfully creamy and delicious. It reminds of you of the the comforting flavors you know & love!
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.
Between the chia seeds and the cacao powder, you are getting a lot of antioxidants. Also a lot of protein and fiber! This will keep you full until lunchtime.
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.
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!
While this is not a true porridge, as it contains no grains, this little bowl is as satisfying as oatmeal and it keeps you feeling full.
This recipe is out of control delicious and it is one of the best desserts to treat yourself to while cleansing.
Loaded with protein-packed superfood quinoa, crisp cucumbers, and cherry tomatoes, and crumbled vegan feta, all soaked up in lemony, tangy goodness.
Sweet and spicy like the Thanksgiving classic, but so much lighter and healthier. Try this healthy, raw rendition and see how you like it.