This may look complicated, but it's truly quick and easy. The only step that takes forethought (besides the shopping) is soaking the almonds overnight. The rest is a breeze, and it's a fun snack, even for kids. View recipe.
Combine tropical fruit with a spiced syrup, nutritious oils, and refreshing mint for a truly healthy sweet snack. Don’t worry if the fruits listed aren’t all available—just use whichever fruits you can find. View recipe.
This creamy, satisfying soup preserves the heart-healthy oils found in avocados and almonds. To save time, use store-bought almond milk. Serve with raw-food flaxseed crackers and a salad of chopped kale, arugula, shredded beets, and carrots. View recipe.
Tart-sweet goji berries are rich in vitamin C, beta-carotene, and iron, and have been used in Chinese medicine for more than 2,000 years (folklore maintains that gojis even improve attractiveness).
View raw Mango, Goji, and Lime Smoothie .
View Goji Cacao Energy Bars recipe.
These fresh tacos are filled with a delicious rich “cheeze” made of cashews and cilantro, and topped with a crumbled nut “meat” of heart-healthy walnuts and spices. View recipe.
Smoothies are an excellent way to pack in multiple servings of fruits and veggies. Keeping it raw preserves ample enzymes and nutrients.
View Mango-Pineapple-Coconut Smoothie
View Green Tea and Goji Berry Smoothie
View Juicy Berry Smoothie
This version of Thai peanut sauce highlights lime leaves and raw cashew or almond butter. Enjoy as a snack, party appetizer, or complement to any meal.
This delicious, easy marinara sauce takes less than a minute to make; use it as you would any marinara. Prep tip: If possible, use a spiral slicer to make your own zucchini pasta. View recipe.
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