Cookbook update!!

VeganCrush | June 11, 2021 | By

All is going perfectly over here, and I have completed over 60 unique, lip-smacking meal prep recipes. Now it is in the final editing phase. If I may say so, this meal prep cookbook is my heart and soul, and the fruit of Vegan Crush Food Delivery that is now almost six years old!! 

This journey has taught me a lot, and growing from personal cheffing to a complete delivery service has been an amazing experience. I must confess that I am not a huge fan of writing recipes down. I believe that the most delectable and soul-satisfying foods are created when you cook with your heart and intuition. You are just in a completely different mind space when you cook this way. So, it is extra wild for me to write down recipes in general, but I have grown to love it.

Cooking plant-based comes with endless possibilities, and it inspires you to be creative once you tap into it. Some of the standouts in this cookbook include hearty homestyle pulled shrooms, deep savory tomato protein clusters, a chunky broccoli stew, juicy cauliflower cake over zesty quinoa aahhh, and so much more.

May this book serve as a catalyst for your creativity as well as a source of motivation and perseverance as you pursue your goals


Sending love, as always. xx

Carrot Cake Raw Vegan

This raw carrot cake is amazingly similar in taste and texture to the baked … However, unlike the real deal, this one is still alive and full of living enzymes and vitamins. Raw cakes are one of my favorite things to make. They come together easily, taste, and look incredible, and the possibilities in terms of flavors, colors, and textures are endless. It just never gets boring. I love a good carrot cake.

Did you know you can have a raw vegan donut too? Yes, that is right this donut recipe only requires a blender and tastes delicious. It is a must-try!

So, I have created this raw vegan carrot cake which turned out absolutely beautiful. I totally nailed this one. It is moist, with a soft, creamy icing, flavorful and satisfying. All you need is a food processor and a baking pan for this one.

I have been working as a vegan chef for over ten years and personally strive to be on a fully raw vegan diet. This journey has just begun, and I hope to inspire and help you with my recipes along your health journey because you can still have all the delicious desserts, even on a raw vegan diet. And in my opinion, it tastes even better, especially if you know that it nourishes your body. Can’t wait for your to try this carrot cake. 

And don’t forget, the taste and quality of your food are influenced by your energy too. That means if you have loving thoughts and joy while creating, it will be more beneficial for you and your family. It is called food vibration. We cant see it but, we can certainly feel and taste it. 


Chocolate Donut Raw Vegan

For everyone looking for a no-bake raw vegan Chocolate Donut alternative, you are on the right page! This recipe will provide you with a satisfyingchewy, and real chocolate divine experience without feeling guilty. The glaze is sexy; the donuts are moist and flavourful, the whole package is a winner!

With this recipe, you only need a food processor, no molds or dehydrator necessary. Pretty straightforward as I like to keep it.

For more chocolate madness, check out my quick Chocolate Pudding recipe. 

I am using coconut syrup for this Chocolate Donut recipe as it is easily available here in Thailand. It might not be easy to find where you are. Use what you have. Instead, you can use maple syrup, agave, or another sweetener. 

This Chocolate Donut recipe calls for apples. I have found some beautiful fuji apples, but you can swap them with similar sweet, crunchy apples instead. 

And don’t forget, the taste and quality of your food are influenced by your energy too. That means if you have loving thoughts and joy while creating, it will be more beneficial for you and your family. It is called food vibration. We cant see it but, we can certainly feel and taste it. 


Cheesy Zucchini Noodle Recipe

Zucchini noodles are mixed with a quick and easy, cheesy tomato sauce that is delicious! Perfect for a healthy meal!

If you haven’t made zucchini noodles you are missing out. They are full of flavor, tender, and not to mention are gluten-free and vegan!

Instead of regular pasta zucchini is cut into the shape of noodles with the help of a spiralizer or julienne peelerThey are a great way to sneak some extra vegetables into your diet. The noodles are then tossed in a scrumptious easy homemade cheesy tomato sauce.

The great thing about raw vegan cuisine is, that you are fueling your body with vibrant ingredients and high water content. It is much easier this way to keep your body hydrated without feeling a bit deprived.

The simpler the meal, the better you feel. 


I’m excited to welcome you to my new online business, where I’ll be sharing my recipes in exchange for a small contribution to acknowledge my efforts. It’s only a tiny sum, and it’ll go a long way toward allowing me to continue developing delicious meals.

I am grateful for your support and faith.

Stracciatella Smoothie Bowl

Smoothie Bowls are one of the absolute best ways to enjoy an ice-cold bowl of ice cream the healthy way! This delicious and healthy Stracciatella Smoothie Bowl is as close as you can get to a delicious bowl of chocolate chip ice cream without feeling a bit deprived. 

This smoothie bowl is a healthier version of Stracciatella ice cream as it is not really ice cream. Smoothie bowls, also known as “nice cream“, have the same creamy consistency as ice cream but are made of frozen fruit instead of heavy cream and heavily processed sugar. This version is raw vegan meaning it is only made with pure natural ingredients. I had some beautiful edible flowers. Flowers make everything look so pretty, and it tastes delicious too! 

This stracciatella smoothie bowl is made with ripe frozen bananas. It is already naturally sweet from the bananas, so we don’t need to add any additional sweetener. In this recipe, I am using actual cacao, which is the pure form of chocolate. Do you know the difference between cacao and cocoa? It’s huge! Check out my cacao article and see how a real cacao bean looks like. 

Can’t wait for you to try. xx

The simpler the meal, the better you feel. 

Prep Time 5 mins
Course Breakfast, Dessert
Servings 2 serving


  • Blender


  • 4 cups ripe bananas frozen
  • 1/2 cup coconut milk
  • 1/2 cup filtered water
  • 1/3 cup raw cacao nibs
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract or 1 vanilla pod


  • Add the frozen bananas, coconut milk, water, and vanilla extract to a blender. Blend until smooth. Adjust the water consistency if need be to get the texture nice and creamy. 
  • Now add the cacao nibs and blend to corporate.
  • Decorate with extra cacao nibs and enjoy right away.
Keyword raw vegan, gluten-free, vegetarian



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