If you have a craving for Asian flavors during your cleanse, make these lettuce cups and dip them in a zesty almond butter dipping sauce.
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Don’t you hate waking up with that groggy feeling? Jump start your day with this vegan breakfast that is loaded with energizing nutrients.
Add some greens to your breakfast by making this nutritious and filling green smoothie. It goes down smooth-ie! ;)
Have a little fun with your breakfast by making this open-faced banana sushi style creation! It’s filling and incredibly tasty.
Make life easier for yourself in the morning by making these vegan overnight oats. It’s the perfect energy-boosting meal to start your day.
Made with a mixture of zucchini, carrot, & cucumber noodles, this pad Thai salad bursts with flavor in every bite. The dressing is like wow!
This chocolate smoothie is creamy and rich like a milkshake, but better and more satiating. It’s packed with the best plant-based protein.
Surprisingly quick and easy to prepare, this banana sushi is the perfect breakfast to fill you up and keep you energized.
Let’s get nutty for National Almond Day! To celebrate this super nutritious nut, we are giving you 5 of our favorite almond recipes.
If you want to make a quick snack that is tasty and will provide you with energy & protein, you need these almond butter energy bites.
Power your day when you start snacking on these protein-filled lemon ginger bites. They only take 10 minutes to make!
Rather than reaching for a sugary bar that claims to give you energy, fuel your day with these healthy, nutrient rich energy bites.
Sometimes you just need a little sweetness in your life. You don’t need processed ice creams when you can make tasty desserts like this!
This is not your grandma’s fudge, but you might start using this recipe once you taste it! Add it to your holiday cookie platter!
This healthy, hearty protein-packed smoothie is the perfect breakfast. It contains plenty of omega-3s, which will keep you full until lunch.
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.
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.
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!