So many people discard pumpkins without thinking twice. Learn how to cook and eat every part of the pumpkin to create tasty fall recipes.
Enjoy this creamy, tasty, warming raw vegan pumpkin turmeric soup that will entice your taste buds, spoonful after spoonful.
Everyone knows the importance of eating the rainbow. With fall approaching, focus on these seasonal, orange foods that fight inflammation.
Fall is almost here and the pumpkin craze has only just begun. These healthy recipes feature one of fall’s most popular produce items.
Prepare these honey roasted carrots and beets for an easy, healthy side dish. This recipe highlights the flavors of the root vegetables.
Get back to basics with the perfectly balanced flavors of this simple grated carrot salad recipe. It’s wonderfully aromatic and tasty.
Give your body and soul a comforting hug with every spoonful of this roasted carrot soup, which has incredible depth of flavor.
Embrace some of the best fall flavors by sipping on this persimmon smoothie. It’s full of immune-boosting vitamins and minerals.
Enjoy pumpkin pie for breakfast without eating all the sugar and calories. This raw vegan pumpkin pie smoothie tastes like dessert!
Step aside, apple butter, there’s a new fall spread to enjoy. This homemade pumpkin butter is filled with fragrant fall flavors you’ll love.
This shredded beet and carrot salad is filled with crunchy textures and dressed in a bright apple cider dressing.
We’ve harnessed the heavenly flavor of papaya in this simple smoothie recipe. Taste the tropics, kick back, and put your feet up as you sip to your health!
This may be one of the most unique salads that you’ll ever eat. Rich in lemony, crisp, light, and refreshing flavors, it is the perfect dish for warm weather.
Get ready for a smoothie that bursts with zesty flavors. This citrusy smoothie is rich in vitamins A & C, two antioxidants that combat oxidative stress.
If you love sweet potato fries, you need to stop what you’re doing and make this recipe right now. This will be your new favorite summer side!
These chips are just as crunchy and addictive as pre-packaged chips, but they are free of all the unhealthy processed ingredients!
This zesty kabocha squash soup is velvety smooth and perfectly balanced. Enjoy it as a filling main course, appetizer, or side dish.
Get down to earth by roasting some beets, sweet potatoes, and carrots, which are smothered in a delightfully sweet balsamic maple dressing.
Don’t revert to old snacking habits once you finish cleansing. Bake these carrot chips so you can snack deliciously and guilt-free!
You can’t cook sweet potatoes while cleansing, but you can juice them to absorb their amazing health benefits. Sip to your health!