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I didn't set out to make a long-term food revolution, I don't want to go to extremes. I am also not against contemporary food styles. The only exception is that the little ones, regardless of their parents' eating habits, must also eat meat to assimilate vitamin B12 found exclusively in products of animal origin and which is essential in maintaining myelin production that protects neurons and ensures their proper functioning. .
I am a convinced omnivore, but I consider that tons of sausages, melted cheese, fried, fatty or full of additives have nothing to look for on the table of a healthy man. For the same reason, I chose to prepare the classic sweets less often and to use the delicious raw vegan cakes.
They are sweet, although they are prepared without added sugar, they are filling because they contain a lot of nutrients, and they are healthy simply because they are not subject to thermal degradation that destroys or changes the properties of the ingredients. That is why they are the most suitable substitute for the classic "slimming bars" full of E's, whose main role is to replace a table. :)
- 100 g dates
- 50 g goji
- 50 g of walnut kernels
- 30 g apricot kernels
- 20 g of oatmeal
- 20 g of rye flakes
- 20 g coconut flakes
- 20 g sunflower seeds
- 20 g flax seeds
- 20 g of hemp seeds
- 10 g of locust bean powder
- two tablespoons of cold-pressed walnut oil
- two tablespoons of saffron oil
- 50 ml non-genetically modified soy milk
Preparation time: less than 15 minutes
RECIPE PREPARATION Raw vegan dessert:
The dates cleaned of pips and half of the amount of goji I hydrated for 2 hours.
Meanwhile, in the blender, I chopped the walnut and sunflower seeds. I added coconut, flax seeds and carob powder. Once hydrated, I complemented the taste with hydrated goji berries and dates, walnut and saffron oil, then added soy milk and rye and oat flakes.
With the help of a spatula I also incorporated the hemp seeds, the flax seeds and the rest of the goji.
I placed the composition obtained in a tray (20/15 cm) lined with baking paper.
The dessert should be left in the fridge for a few hours (I left it overnight). I recommend covering it with cling film to keep it better.
I recommend carob powder as an exclusive substitute for cocoa, especially in children's nutrition. Carob powder is rich in calcium, while cocoa contains theobromine which promotes its elimination. It does NOT contain gluten (the main factor that promotes the onset of celiac disease), caffeine or lactose.
The properties of saffron oil are not to be neglected either. It is high in Omega 6 and 9 essential fatty acids, vitamin E, and minerals, helping to maintain healthy cells and lower bad cholesterol (LDL). Prevents obesity by reducing the absorption of lipids in tissues and accelerating the metabolic rate, including during rest or sleep. Inhibits food appetite and promotes faster elimination of body fat, regulates blood sugar levels, etc.
You can also add grated citrus peel.
Cakes and pies don & rsquot have to be full of gluten nor do they have to be made with gluten alternative flours. When I make gluten-free cakes and pies, I prefer to rely on whole food ingredients for their delicious tastes and textures. For a traditional tasting cake, make sure to take a look at my Flourless Chocolate Cake recipe.
- Flourless Chocolate Cake
- Chocolate Cream Pie
- Gluten-Free Carrot Cake
- Chocolate Coconut Cream Pie
Cookies & Bars
Many of my gluten-free cookies and bars also happen to be raw. By creating dessert recipes made from a base of nuts, seeds, and coconut, there are endless options for vegan and gluten-free cookies. If you love raw desserts, make sure to check out my raw desserts ebook, In The Raw.
In addition to being incredibly tasty, raw (no-bake) desserts can also be some of the healthiest and most planet-friendly options. Here are some reasons why we love raw desserts:
Raw desserts often feature a short list of whole, unprocessed ingredients like nuts, seeds, and dried fruit. They get their sweetness from dried fruit, raw agave nectar, and other natural sweeteners. No refined or artificial sweeteners here! They are no-bake! Great for the warmth of spring or summer, and also for energy conservation, you can avoid cranking up the oven to 350 when making a raw dessert. Most raw desserts are gluten-free and vegan!
Are you ready to try a raw dessert yet? Here & # 8217s a collection of our favorite recipes from our Food Monster App.
17 Unbelievably Good Raw Desserts
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Do you follow a raw, Paleo diet, or are you just trying to cut out more processed goods in favor of natural, whole foods? Maybe you just really don & rsquot want to turn your oven on.
Whatever your reasons for eating more raw foods, you know desserts can be tricky. After all, many of them are some form of baked good.
Fret no longer, because we & rsquove compiled delectable raw, no-bake desserts that feature wholesome, Paleo-friendly ingredients you can feel good about eating.
There & rsquos no cooking required for any of these recipes, though there may be the occasional gentle warming of ingredients, to melt chocolate or emulsify ingredients, for example. This is typically allowed on a raw diet, so long as the food is not heated past 118 & degF.
Below you & rsquoll find treats like brownies, candies, fudge squares, cakes, and more. You won't need an oven, but you may need a blender or food processor for best results. Your fridge and freezer will also prove essential to setting treats like tasty lemon cheesecake bites or chocolate hazelnut tarts.
Turn your oven off, and dig in!
Raw Chocolate Cashew Tart
As long as you have a handy blender, this raw chocolate cashew tart comes together quickly and easily. Plus, you only need seven ingredients total!
Raw, No-Bake Brownies
Chewy, fudgy, and rich in chocolate-y flavor, these no-bake brownies will be a hit with kids and adults alike.
Recipe: Living Healthy with Chocolate | Raw, No-Bake Brownies
If the name didn & rsquot clue you in, chocomole is a creamy chocolate avocado spread, perfect for slathering on fresh fruit or other Paleo snacks.
5-Minute Raw Paleo Fudge Balls
If you & rsquove got a sweet craving right now, these 5-minute raw Paleo fudge balls can help.
Copycat Almond Joy Recipe
Do you love those coconut, almond, and chocolate bars on the candy aisle? These healthier versions use wholesome ingredients like dark chocolate, coconut flakes, coconut oil, raw honey, and raw almonds to achieve the same great flavors.
No-Bake Paleo Vegan Snickers Bars
Loaded with nuts, homemade caramel, and chocolate, these bars are ultra-rich, but require zero baking.
Raw Dark Chocolate Almond Cups
These chilled, no-bake dark chocolate almond cups are chewy, nutty, and just sweet enough.
Easy Raw Fudge
This raw dessert couldn & rsquot be simpler to throw together all you need is nut butter, coconut oil, cocoa powder, maple syrup, salt, and vanilla extract.
Raw Gingerbread Cookie Bites
Like gingerbread cookies, but raw, these cookie bites are a well-spiced, no-bake treat.
Mini Chocolate Hazelnut Tart
Rich, dense, and oh-so-chocolatey, it & rsquos a good thing these tarts are small. Bonus: You don't even need a tart pan!
Raw Paleo Brownie Bars
With just five ingredients, these raw Paleo brownie bars come together quick. You & rsquoll love the wholesome ingredients, like cocoa powder, macadamia nuts, and dates.
Paleo Raw Carrot Cake
Pack some veggies into your raw treats! You & rsquoll love each carrot-studded bite of this raw carrot cake.
Recipe: Skinny Fitalicious | Paleo Raw Carrot Cake
No-Bake Lemon Cheesecake Bites
A thick, creamy, lemon-flavored cheesecake layer rests atop a date and nut-based crust. These delectable bites are completely no-bake, too.
Easy Raw Flourless Chocolate Cake
This no-bake flourless chocolate cake is coated with a salted chocolate shell. It & rsquos heavenly.
Raw Brownie Bites
Sink your teeth into these fudgy raw brownie bites, loaded with healthy fats from walnuts.
Raw Pumpkin Spice Fudge
Channel autumn any time of the year with these pumpkin-rich fudge squares, which require no oven time and a handful of ingredients.
Paleo Chocolate Pie with Raw Graham Cracker Crust
This decadent, no-bake chocolate pie has the most delicious & ldquograham cracker & rdquo crust made with walnuts, dates, cinnamon, and salt.
Courtney Hamilton is a writer with multifaceted interests in food and women’s health. When she’s not dreaming up Paleo-friendly eats and conversations, you can find her trying to get her two-year-old to eat his vegetables.
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14 Top-Notch Vegan Desserts
Yes, you can have a fantastic dessert that is completely plant-based. These recipes, which include everything from ice cream to pie, will satisfy any sweet tooth - vegan or not!
Photo By: Stephen Johnson & copy2014, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved
Photo By: Stephen Johnson & copy2014, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved.
Photo By: Stephen Johnson & copy2014, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved.
Photo By: Stephen Johnson & copy2014, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved.
Vegan Sugar Cookies
These vegan sugar cookies have the familiar flavor and texture of other classic sugar cookies & mdash crisp edges, a soft center and slight chew & mdash but contain no animal products. A touch of baking powder ensures the cookies puff slightly without spreading too much. Top them with a simple confectioners ’sugar glaze and decorate with sprinkles for any holiday or festive occasion throughout the year.
These sweet desserts are a perfect treat for you and friends and family, whether you're vegan or not. The pavlovas themselves are made with aquafaba & mdash the liquid from a can of chickpeas (instead of the usual egg whites). They bake up wonderfully crisp on the outside and with a fluffy marshmallow-like interior. We added a touch of unsweetened cocoa to the base and topped it with a whipped coconut cream and lightly sweetened strawberries.
Chocolate, Coconut and Almond Chickpea Ice Cream
This vegan alternative to ice cream is rich and creamy, thanks to velvety coconut milk, smooth almond butter and the secret ingredient. chickpeas! We promise you won't taste the chickpeas one bit they're simply included for texture and body. There's even three layers of chocolate for some welcomed sweetness. Serve with an extra sprinkle of toasted coconut chips for a delicious, plant-based treat.
Vegan Vanilla Cupcakes
There are no tricks to these satisfying dairy- and egg-free cupcakes. Be sure to use refrigerated soy or almond milk instead of the shelf-stable kind — there are fewer additives, which can greatly affect the final texture and taste of a recipe.
Deep-Dish Vegan Apple Pie
Extra-virgin coconut oil is a great substitute for butter in both the pie dough and the apple filling to make this all-American fruit pie vegan-friendly. We use a mix of apples for the filling: The Golden Delicious keep their shape and are a nice contrast to the soft McIntoshes, and the Granny Smiths give a nice tartness.
Vegan Chocolate Lava Cakes
These decadent chocolate cakes are full of surprises & mdash from the creamy tahini centers, to the fact that they're vegan!
Vegan Peach Cobbler
Amy says, "When using ripe, succulent fruits, this cobbler bakes for just 20 to 25 minutes. If your fruit is not perfectly ripe, I suggest covering the cobbler and baking it until the fruit is easily pierced with a knife, 10 to 15 minutes, then uncover and bake until the topping is beginning to brown around the edges. "
Vegan Classic Cheesecake
This dairy- and egg-free classic is creamy and satisfying, thanks to the combo of silken tofu and vegan cream cheese. Silken tofu is softer and more fragile than regular tofu-perfect for desserts like this.
Vegan Pumpkin Pie
We use a few vegan-friendly stand-ins for this can’t-believe-it’s-vegan pie. Unrefined coconut oil provides a flaky, buttery texture for the crust, and silken tofu lends creaminess to the filling.
Vegan Vanilla Ice Cream
This vegan ice cream is actually easier and faster to make than the cream-and-egg version: There's no extended time spent over the stove awaiting the moment the custard thickens and no reason to worry that you'll scramble the eggs. Infusing the milk with vanilla bean adds great flavor but can be skipped into a pinch. Try it with your favorite mix-ins.
This popular seasonal North Indian dessert is made with carrots because they & rsquore abundantly available during the wintertime. The dessert itself has a delicate flavor and isn't too sweet. It & rsquos traditionally made with milk and ghee but turns out just as lovely with coconut oil and almond milk instead.
Gluten-Free, Vegan Cranberry-Almond Tartlets
These tartlets are the perfect way to please everyone at the table. As with most vegan and gluten-free tarts, they’re best served the day they’re made, but you can press the crusts and freeze them ahead of time to give yourself a head start. The toasted-almond milk for the filling and the cranberry topping can be made up to 3 days in advance. Just bake the crusts and cook the filling the day you’re serving the tartlets.
Vegan Banana Bread
This banana bread is eggless and dairy-free, but you'll hardly notice the difference. The crumb is moist and tender, and the flavor gets better each day (if it lasts!).
Vegan Lemon Bars
Like our favorite traditional lemon bars, these vegan ones are tangy, not too sweet and super lemony. But as the topping & mdasha combination of vegan sugar, flour, cornstarch and cashew milk & mdashis egg-free, it & rsquos boiled rather than baked on the shortbread base. The sunny color comes from a pinch of turmeric in lieu of egg yolks (don & rsquot worry, you won & rsquot taste it). Using a virgin coconut oil in the base lends a lovely coconut note.
Vegan Chocolate Cups with Almond Butter
You & rsquore are going to love these vegan chocolate cups. This sweet and salty dessert is made with raw ingredients making it vegan, gluten-free, soy-free, and refined sugar-free. It & rsquos the perfect sweet treat for your 30-day cleanse.
Today we are going back to the world of RAW desserts.
Why? Because when we are cleansing, raw desserts are an awesome way to get nutrient-packed treats that are not only delicious but good for you.
Back when I started this blog, I was a bit of a raw dessert connoisseur. In 2012, I started experimenting with raw desserts and I was amazed at how a few simple ingredients could create endless flavor combinations with the most decadent and delicious tastes and textures. Better yet, there is quite a lot of room for trial and error since you can test and taste as you go. Within several months of experiencing, I was so hooked that I decided to write a whole cookbook of raw desserts.
Throughout the years, my raw desserts have been some of my most popular recipes. Among them are:
12 Raw Vegan Apple Dessert Recipes
Today I have a roundup of 12 vegan apple recipes to share with you. Most of them are raw too, and they're all gluten free. I’ve already shared them on my blog here in previous years but its always nice to bring back around each season, adding the new ones along the way. Do you have any apple dessert ideas that you want me to make a healthy version of? Let me know!
It's hard to believe that we're already into the second half of September. You wouldn't know it here as we've continued to have summer weather - pure sun and hot temperatures. I'm actually looking forward to some cool, rainy weather. I must officially be a West Coast girl.
Also, a reminder that there’s one day left to register for my 7 Day Group Sugar Cleanse. I have a group of lovely women all ready to start tomorrow! We’ll be supporting each other and sharing the experience along the way in our private facebook group. You can read more and register HERE.
#1. Raw Apple Cinnamon Crepes
Raw Vegan Apple Cinnamon Crepes
See the recipe and all of the photos in the full post HERE.
It's almost hard to believe that they're fully raw!
#2. Raw Vegan Caramel Apple Tarts
This recipe was featured in the 2017 Fall issue of Flourish Magazine. If you live in Canada, you can pick up a FREE copy at health food stores across the country.
2/3 cup dried mulberries OR raisins
2 tablespoons ground golden flax seed
Grind the almonds to flour in a food processor. Add the mulberries and ground flax and continue grinding. Add the water and pulse to incorporate. The dough should hold together when pressed. If not, add another 1/2 teaspoon water. Press into the bottom of 12 mini silicone muffin cups OR into several mini tart pans. Place into the freezer while making the cream.
1 cup diced, peeled apples
3 tablespoons melted coconut butter
3 tablespoons melted coconut oil
1/4 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
Blend all ingredients until smooth in a high speed blender (make sure the apple is at room temperature). Spoon some of the cream into the bottom of the tart shells and chill in the freezer while making the caramel.
2 tablespoons maple syrup
1 tablespoon lucuma powder
1 1/2 tablespoons raw almond butter
1/4 teaspoons pure vanilla extract
1 large apple, peeled and diced small
Whisk together all ingredients except the apples to make the caramel sauce. Fold in the apples. Spoon the mixture over the tarts and serve.
#3. Raw Vegan Apple Crumble Cheesecake
This cake was particularly incredible !! I could eat this day after day.
Click over to this POST for the RECIPE.
#4. Raw Vegan Apple Cinnamon Bars with Coconut Vanilla Frosting
If you love chewy bars with creamy frosting, then these are for you!
#5. Raw Vegan Caramel Apple Trifle (RECIPE HERE)
I like to make this one for Thanksgiving or Christmas. It's sure to please guests (or yourself).
#6. Deep Dish Apple Pear Tart (RECIPE HERE)
For the pear lover! This one is really yummy too. I'll never forget this post. It's the one where I announced that I'd just landed my cookbook deal !!
# 7. Raw Vegan Caramel Apple Swirl Cheesecake
This is one of my all time fall favorites! I've made it at least 20 times and I also filmed a recipe video for it with Priscilla. After that, tones of people have made it and tagged us in their photos which is always great to see. You can find my recipe HERE (there are 2 versions).
I took this pic 4 years ago when I first made it.
# 8. Vegan Baked Apple Crumble
# 9. Raw Vegan Apple Crumble
When you want a raw version of a good old fashioned apple crumble, try this one RECIPE HERE. It's good any time of year in my opinion.
# 10. Vegan Candy Apples
# 11. Caramel Apple Cinnamon Dip
This is such a light and tasty Fall snack. It pairs well with apple or pear slices, or even with crackers. Find the RECIPE HERE.
#12. Apple Cinnamon Protein Shake
This RECIPE is a tasty way to get a protein kick!
Do you have any apple dessert ideas that you want me to make a healthy version of? Let me know!
More Easy Raw Food Recipes to Try
Loving the energy and vitality of eating a raw foods diet? Here's dozens of more easy raw food recipes to try to keep you energized and full on the natural goodness of raw foods! Browse this recipe collection for homemade raw soups, raw salads and plenty of main dishes. If you're new to eating raw, you might also be interested in trying out a few "almost" raw recipes for an introduction to the diet and lifestyle using more familiar foods and ingredients.
25 Easy Desserts So Delicious You'll Forget They're Vegan
Whether you’re giving up animal products, or cooking for someone who is, these treats will please.
Whether you call it plant-based, vegan, or something else, more and more folks these days are giving up animal-based foods. It makes a lot of sense: Vegetarian and vegan diets have been associated with strong health benefits, as well as being better for the environment.
Some dip their toes in with part-time veganism by following the "vegan before dinner" method advocated by Mark Bittman. It's a smart start because there are plenty of delicious vegan breakfasts and lunches, and it allows you to eat more typical dinners. Others are all-in, going vegan all the time, including vegan dinners and dessert. While there are plenty of ways to make savory meals meat and dairy free, we always end up feeling stuck when it comes to drumming up ideas for good vegan desserts. Perhaps this is because there are so many traditional desserts that include dairy: think ice cream, whipped cream, and the butter and eggs that help makes cakes and pie crusts so rich.
But that certainly doesn't mean that vegan desserts have to be second-rate. Plant-based cooking has come a Longa way in the last few years (you can even have vegan camping food recipes when you’re in the great outdoors!), and end-of-meal treats are no exception. Whether you're cooking for a friend or family member who follows plant-based diet, or you're making the move yourself, here are more than two dozen ways to cap off a meal that are so good you may not even notice they ' re vegan.
Tarts, Pies, and Cheesecakes
Vegan Silk Chocolate Pie from Making Thyme for Health
No Bake Lime Avocado Tart from Running to the Kitchen (paleo, vegan)
No-Bake Vegan Cheesecake from The Roasted Root (raw, paleo, vegan)
Vegan Mango Cheesecake from Jessica in the Kitchen (vegan, paleo)