During October, we will be showing you how to make raw vegan Halloween treats! This raw, healthy, organic, stuffed pepper recipe is not a trick, but definitely a treat for some spooky October fun with the family! This plant based recipe is a delicious mixture of peppers stuffed with zucchini noodles and marinara sauce.
During October, we will be showing you how to make raw vegan Halloween treats! This week, this raw, healthy, organic, Halloween pumpkin fudge is not a trick, but definitely a treat for some spooky fun with the family! This plant based recipe is a delicious mixture of dates, pumpkin, pumpkin spice, and nut butter.
These raw vegan donut holes taste so much like the real doughy thing that Kenny jokingly asked me if they came from Dunkin or Krispy Kreme. They are very delicious and are perfect snacks for kids of any age, including 57! They are a great, on-the-go snack for a busy schedule. They are quick and easy to make and even quicker to eat!
How much protein do you really need? It’s probably not as much as you think. In this blog, I’m going to break through the confusion and use some common sense to settle this debate once and for all.
This white chocolate cherry cheesecake is completely raw and vegan. This is Kenny’s all-time favorite raw dessert, so I made it for his birthday this year. It is simple to make and absolutely delicious! The filling is very creamy, while the crust is slightly salty and crunchy. The tartness of the cherries send this treat over the top!
Raw banana crepes with macadamia cream and fruit filling have become a family favorite in our home. Besides the dehydration time, these delicious treats are quick and easy to make. They are raw, vegan, and paleo friendly, containing lots of vitamin C, potassium, and healthy fiber. Prepare your taste buds for the ride of a lifetime!
I lost over forty pounds on a vegan diet … twice! Both times were very different. The first time, I did not count calories. The second time was very deliberate and precise, where I counted calories from food intake and subtracted calories from exercise. Both methods worked, but which way is best?
Do we need to take supplements? Whether you are a meat eater, a vegetarian, or a vegan, you need to take nutritional supplements. I will discuss the reasons why, which ones are most needed, how to choose the best brands, and tips for buying them on a budget.
Raw vegan Samoa cookies are such an excellent substitute for this Girl-Scout favorite. Now, you can eat several of these and not feel guilty, because they are insanely healthy!