Homemade raw vegan nori power sticks made easy with the dehydrator. 😋
Perfect for a quick energy boost for in between or to take with you when hiking. Healthy, rich and tasty!
Raw Vegan Nori Power Sticks
- 150 g sunflower seeds
- 30 g walnuts
- 2 Tbsp flaxseeds
- 2 Tbsp sesame seeds
- 2 pieces red or yellow bell pepper roughly chopped
- 3 pieces sundried tomato
- 1 Tbsp lemon juice
- 4 pieces nori sheed
- Combine everything, except the nori sheets, in a blender and pulse until combined.
- Halve nori sheets lengthways and add about 2 tablespoons of the filling evenly and roll up.
- Dehydrate at 40° for approx. 20 hours.
A confection you will love forever. It is one of our favorite snacks to have and friends and families love it. They will ask for more and won’t believe this confection is raw vegan.
The combination of cranberry and peanut butter ugh it’s divine!
Trust me this lil cranberry and peanut confection makes life a whole lot better.. indulgent decadent and just dreaamy!
This mouth-watering raw vegan shepherd’s pie is packed with chunky vegetables, savory sauce, and fluffy mashed no-tatoes.
You won’t believe how tasty this shepherd’s pie is. This variation of shepherd’s pie is light and healthful. It’s alive and vegan which means the vitamins and enzymes are still present. It’s also low in fat and gluten-free. Comfort food at its best that won’t leave you feeling sluggish or exhausted. All you need is a food processor and you will be ready to serve this shepherd’s pie within 30 minutes. This dish contains only 170g of calories per serving. It is low in carbohydrates and fat. I love the flavor, consistency, and simple nature of this dish. It is satisfying, hearty, and loaded with healthy vitamins.
Being healthy is more vital than ever before, especially nowadays. Take care of your body and it will take care of you. The body is a self-healing system, and all we have to do is get out of the way so it can get to work on curing whatever needs healing. One method of getting out of the way without putting more strain on the body is to replace highly processed foods with whole foods as much as possible. It’s a habit that needs to be cultivated on a daily basis. After putting it into practice for a few days, you’ll notice that you’re already feeling more radiant, alive, and present.
I hope this recipe will add excitement and enthusiasm to a lunch or dinner.
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This raw vegan chocolate fudge is quick and simple to make, requiring only 8 ingredients that you may already have on hand. Although it is a healthier alternative to the classic form, it completely fulfills sweet cravings! I also like the way it melts in your mouth!
Try one of the recipes below if you’re seeking for more raw vegan dessert ideas! They are some of my favorites, and very satisfying.
This vegan fudge is naturally gluten-free and is a great dessert for those dealing with Celiac disease or food intolerance.
We are not only what we eat but also what our food is nourished by. It is more important than ever to choose food that is wholesome and still intact. So, you can feel whole and alive to live the life you desire. Invest in yourself today, to avoid expensive hospital bills and medicine later on in life. This recipe is only one example of how delicious healthy food can be. As a result, I encourage you to continue on your wonderful health path. Every step towards your goals is a step forward. Woot woot!
These Lamington Squares are easy to make and perfect for an in-between snack or to take with you on a hike for that extra energy boost. This version of Lamington Square is made with living ingredients, so all you need is a food processor to make these delicacies. No baking is required. Everyone can do this! It is also raw (meaning it is still alive and enzymes and vitamins are still intact), vegan, naturally gluten-free, and delicious. You can have them ready to enjoy in no time if you start to make them today.
Best of all because these mini Lamingtons are so nutrient-dense, they only need to be bite-sized so are perfect as a little mid-afternoon or after-dinner treat, and will last for ages in the freezer. I hope you will like them as much as I do.