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.
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.
Hi! Great to have you here, thank you for stopping by. I am Maricel from Germany. I have been exploring the world for several years and decided to become vegan during my travels. After visiting over 70 countries and exploring the endless options of plant-based cuisine, I have decided to continue my work as a holistic chef to enchant you with my dishes during your unique health journey.