Just in time for your holiday dessert platter! These no-bake almond snowball cookies are naturally sweet and done in 10 minutes!
Raw vegan brownies, people! They come together with dates, raw cacao powder, and nuts. No sugar added and 100% gluten-free.
Cranberry chia jam is a simple, healthy spread that is free of refined sugars and additives. Delicious on toast for the holidays!
Regular canned condensed soups contain excess sodium, unhealthy fats, and preservatives, so make these vegan alternatives instead.
Did you just stuff your face on a large meal? Fill up on nutritious ingredients and jumpstart healthy eating habits with this detox soup.
This is a healthy, wholesome smoothie made with apples, bananas, and carrots, and blended with homemade almond milk and desiccated coconut.
Enjoy a savory vegan entree that takes almost no time to make. This Buffalo chickpea quesadilla is savory, smoky, and slightly spicy!
What a great side dish for the upcoming holiday season! These roasted rainbow carrots with maple tahini dressing boast big time flavors!
Spiced fall fig smoothie calls for fresh or dried figs, classic fall spices, and vanilla. It’s truly an indulgent, seasonal smoothie!
A creamy miso ginger tahini salad dressing is filled with tangy, sweet, and umami flavors. It pairs perfectly with savory, hardy salads.
Crispy on the outside and sweet and soft on the inside, baked butternut squash fries are a great low-carb, healthy side dish for your entrees.
This sweet potato kale soup is perfect for chilly fall and winter evenings! It’s filling and flavorful, so it wont’ last long at your table.
Raw vegan cashew Boursin cheese is a wonderfully spreadable garlic and herb concoction that is made with five simple ingredients.
Homemade vegan pear butter is an absolute must-have spread for anyone who loves fall flavors. Your morning toast will be forever changed!
A luxuriously spreadable pumpkin butter is 100% vegan and great for the fall season. You can put it on toast or freshly sliced apples!
A green tahini sauce is something that you just need in life! Drizzle it over tacos, dress salads with it, or use it as a raw vegan dip.
This perfectly creamy kabocha squash soup is rich, satisfying, and packs a little kick from the ginger and cayenne pepper.
Pumpkin chia pudding is a simple fall treat that is both easy to make and incredibly healthy. No cooking required! Mix it up and refrigerate!
Pumpkin spice no bake balls are softy, chewy, and will satisfy anybody’s sweet tooth. They are keto-approved and taste like pumpkin pie!
Usually in season between September and December, persimmons are incredible fall fruits! We hope you love these fall-inspired recipes!