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.
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
If you are looking for a juicy burger pattie, you are on the right page with the right recipe! This Beetroot Burger Pattie is juicy, packed with protein, fiber, and so satisfying. Serve it as it is, as a burger or over salad for a low-carb lunch or dinner.
Burgers are probably one of the most popular foods there is. Unfortunately, it is not the best for your health. This burger pattie is a healthy alternative and provides you with beautiful nutrients and vitamins. A meat-based burger comes with cholesterol and saturated fats, which you don’t want in your body.
The color gives out the illusion that you are eating meat, but it is, of course, entirely plant-based. Did you know meat only tastes good because of three main components, smoke, fat, and spices? Without these three components, meat wouldn’t taste delicious. That means we can take these three components and make Patties, Stroganoff, Kofta, and other meat alternatives altogether plant-based.
It is all about trying out something new. Transitioning to a more conscious diet can be challenging, but I promise you all the effort and dedication will be worth it. Your body and mind will reward you in the most beautiful and surprising way.
If you are just in the beginning of your plant-based journey my video about Mindset for Conscious Eating might be helpful.
I hope this recipe serves you well.
Sending love, as always. xx
Beetroot Burger Pattie
For the pattie
- 1 big raw red beet cut in medium dice
- 1 raw carrot cut in medium dice
- 1 onion cut in 4 pieces
- 1 can red beans sieved and washed
- 1 potato cooked, cut in 4 pieces
- 2 Tbsp fresh lemon juice
- 1 Tbsp soy sauce
- 1 tsp black pepper powder
- 1 tsp thyme powder
For the sauce
- 1 Tbsp olive oil
- 2 Tbsp tahini paste
- 1 Tbsp apple cider vinegar
- 1 Tbsp agave or maple syrup
- 1 tsp roasted sesame seeds
- 1 tsp sea salt
- In a food processor combine beetroot, carrots, and onion. Process until very fine. Now add the rest of the pattie ingredients and pulse until well combined and smooth. Add 1 tablespoon of water at a time if it is too dense.
- Form 5 x 1 cm thick patties.
- Head up oil in a pan and fry the patties on both sides until browned. About 5 minutes.
- In a small bowl combine the sauce ingredients.
- Enjoy the patties with bread as a burger or over salad.
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.