The perfect summer popsicle for kids of all ages, these feature cashews, coconut milk, and cocoa. Leslie recommends using as many organic ingredients as you can for these luscious treats. Recipe contributed by Leslie Cerier. Photos by Tracey Eller. more→
These no-bake bars are super-easy to make, and feature almonds, raisins and dark chocolate. Leslie Cerier recommends using as many organic and fair trade ingredients as possible for this yummy treat. Recipe contributed by Leslie Cerier. Photos by Tracey Eller. more→
This sweet delight is so beautiful it’s a shame to eat it … but we know you’ll find a way. This recipe was the result of dreaming of summer days. We wanted something bright and cheery in color and sweet and tangy in flavor, and the final product is exactly that! Recipes and photos from Rawlicious at Home: More than 100 Raw, Vegan, and Gluten-Free Recipes to Make You Feel Great ©2014 by Angus Crawford and Chelsea Clark. Published by Appetite/Random House Canada. Reprinted by permission.
Since chard is so beloved in Italy and other parts of the Mediterranean, it’s only fitting to combine it with tomatoes, basil, and other flavorings typical of the region’s cuisines. Substitute other greens in this dish, or combine a couple of varieties — kale, collards, escarole, broccoli rabe all would work well with this treatment. Recipe from Wild About Greens.
Roasted chickpeas are all the rage as a snack, but I’m reluctant to heat up an oven for 1 1/2 cups of chickpeas, if nothing else being baked! I also find that oven roasting chickpeas can dry them out, and occasionally even make them explode. I’ve had better luck with skillet roasting, which gives me good flavor and texture every time. These are good eaten out of hand as a snack, in place of far more caloric nuts, make a tasty salad topping, as well. more→
Kale, corn, avocado, and tomatoes add up to a seriously delicious salad. With the optional beans, this Southwestern-Flavored Kale Salad makes a fantastic main dish salad. Without the added beans, it’s a great companion to tortilla specialties containing beans—burritos, enchiladas, and the like.
Here’s a fresh summer take on chia pudding using fresh raspberries and vanilla nondairy milk. Enjoy this for dessert or breakfast.
Chia pudding tastes great with a hint of chocolate, and fresh summer blackberries or blueberries dress it up. Serve this as a snack, dessert, or for breakfast.