This week the spotlight is shining on Amanda Froelich of Bloom For Life!

Amanda suffered from numerous health ailments, but she healed most of them using alternative healing. Her journey with holistic healing led her to follow a plant-based diet, which she now loves and enjoys. She focuses mainly on creating unprocessed and uncooked foods, and travels the world teaching others about healthy living and making conscious food choices.

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1. Peanut Butter Granola

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This Peanut Butter Granola  is very, very simple. And because it’s so simple, you can easily substitute ingredients that you or your loved ones may not consume. For instance, some people’s digestive systems are sensitive to peanut butter. If this is the case, substitute almond butter!

2. Raw Brownies With Avocado Frosting

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Incredibly delicious and nutritious raw, vegan brownies! This Raw Brownies With Avocado Frosting  are just a dream!

3. Tomato And Parsley Quiche

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Wow – vegan and ketogenic? Yeah, totally doable. Start your day with this delectable Tomato And Parsley Quiche which is completely plant-based, bursting full of nutrition and is easy to digest (because the nuts and seeds have been soaked and sprouted beforehand!).

4. Raw and Crispy Jicama Fries

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These crunchy Raw and Crispy Jicama Fries and savory  are not fried at all! In fact, these raw fries are so crisp and seasonal. Try these out with a raw burger patty.

5. Easy Mint Fudge

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This simple Easy Mint Fudge is easy to make and delicious to eat! The combination of chocolate and mint is always a hit, and this recipe is no exception.

6. Fajita Quesadilla with Chipotle Cream

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This vegan and vegetarian Fajita Quesadilla with Chipotle Cream is perfect for eating at home with friends or family, for lunch or dinner. Additionally, if you have kids and they bring friends to your house, this recipe can turn into a delicious and nutritive vegan snack! It is so yummy and can be switched up to match your tastes!

7. Matcha Cheesecake With Chocolate Ganache

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Before we begin, you may want to wipe away the bit of drool spilling out from the corner of your mouth. Don’t worry — if you follow the directions below, you’ll be able to create this decadent Matcha Cheesecake With Chocolate Ganache and drool over it in real life.

8. Chana Masala

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Quick and easy chickpea Chana Masala served over basmati rice. This spicy, hearty Indian recipe is vegan and gluten free. It makes great leftovers, too! Be sure to prep the ingredients in advance, as the recipe moves quickly.

9. Tomato And Parsley Quiche

Source: Tomato And Parsley Quiche

Wow – vegan and ketogenic? Yeah, totally doable. Start your day with this delectable Tomato And Parsley Quiche which is completely plant-based, bursting full of nutrition and is easy to digest (because the nuts and seeds have been soaked and sprouted beforehand!).

10. Upcycled Dehydrated Almond Bread

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This Upcycled Dehydrated Almond Bread is made using the leftover almond pulp from homemade almond milk! It is perfect for people looking to get healthier because it is full of nutritious ingredients, is easy to make, and is the best bread substitute (that’s paleo, vegan, low-glycemic, gluten-free, dairy-free) there is.

Be sure to check out Amanda’s recipe page on our site, as well as her website! You can also find her recipes on our Food Monster App, which is available for iPhone, and can also be found on Instagram and Facebook. The app has more than 15,000 plant-based, allergy-friendly recipes, and subscribers gain access to new recipes every day. Check it out!

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