Raw, vegan diets have become more popular recently. To some, going raw may seem extreme, but we should all try to eat more raw foods as part of a healthy lifestyle. Raw food can be surprisingly delicious. Here are 10 raw dishes everyone needs to try, whether you’re raw or not. Round up some of these recipes, and you’ll be loving the raw lifestyle in no time at all!
Made with cashews, almond pulp, coconut oil, cacao butter, and fruit, this decadent treat is healthy enough for breakfast. It’s sweet and low in calories and carbohydrates.
This decadent dessert includes a dark chocolate pecan cake base topped with a creamy, spiced caramel sauce and pecans.
You wont believe this is raw and vegan. A salsa and walnut taco meat, spiced with cumin and coriander, is wrapped up in tomato-corn tortillas and covered in a creamy cashew cheese sauce.
Pasta lovers will be impressed with this refreshing dish. Prepare noodles by cutting zucchini julienne style or spiralized. Then, make a creamy, non-dairy sauce using avocado and cucumber.
This fudge takes only five minutes to prepare and calls for only five ingredients: coconut oil, unsalted crunchy peanut butter, raw cacao, dates and unrefined sea salt.
Impress your date with this pizza recipe for two (or really impress yourself and eat a whole lotta pizza!). There’s a lot of flavor happening in this pizza, with the red pepper flax seed crust topped with fresh tomato sauce, veggies and a delicious non-dairy cheese made with pine nuts, nutritional yeast and garlic.
This dessert tastes like a lighter version of a key lime pie with lavender added. Its creamy filling and crunchy crust plus the whipped cream will make you forget its a raw, vegan dessert.
Prepare this spiced Moroccan stew on a day when you have time to spare. Flavors of cumin, turmeric, cinnamon and lemon are paired with spicy cauliflower couscous with oranges, cranberries and walnuts and a side of kale. It’s a perfect dinner for a warm winter night.
The beautiful presentation of this cake makes it a fantastic show-off dessert for a party. The crust is made from walnuts, oats, dates, cacao powder. The raw, vegan ice cream gets its creamy texture from banana and coconut milk.
This recipe calls only for fruit, nuts and coconut oil. Its simple, sweet filling makes it a great dessert choice for a spring party.
As you can see from this array of fabulous dishes, eating raw doesn’t mean sacrificing flavor. From tasty breakfasts and quick lunches to impressive dinners and beautiful desserts, you can make a raw version of most dishes, whether savory or sweet.