Kate Magic’s “Raw Magic, Recipes for the Revolution” is one of my all-time favorite raw super food recipe books. Raw Magic has some of the most energized, and original raw recipes I’ve seen. It’s full of colorful and exciting photos, plus great in-depth information on the raw food diet and super foods. I love this … Continue reading Breakfast for Dinner!
Here’s a great granola recipe, which doesn't take too long to make. There’s no dehydrating so it’s highly raw. Enjoy!Ingredients:1/3 cup raw almonds (soaked)1/3 cup raw pecans (soaked)1/3 cup walnuts (soaked)1/3 cup sunflower seed (soaked)1/2 cup shredded dried coconut1/2 cup raisins1 T raw honey1 T agave nectar1 tsp cinnamon1 tsp pink Himalayan saltOther ingredients:fresh fruit (bananas, blue berries, … Continue reading Raw-Riffic Granola
There is nothing “seedy” about this cereal, except it’s alive with chia seeds, sunflower seeds, and buckwheat. This cereal can double as trail mix if you add honey and dehydrate it longer. Use your favorite nut or coconut milk or juice to serve as a cereal. Enjoy!Ingredients:2 cups buckwheat soaked for 12-14 hours and dehydrated1 … Continue reading Super Seedy Cereal
Recently a friend of mine told me about the local Gilbert Farmer's Market. I couldn't believe I had not known about it before. After all, I only live about 10 minutes away. This market is fabulous! The produce is super fresh, beautiful, and very reasonably priced. I stocked up the very first day I went. … Continue reading Banana-Yam Pancakes, Wraps, and Cannolis
This is one of the simplest dishes I have ever made, and can be done - super easy, and super tasty! My son and I ate these for breakfast today, and later on I used them to make a delicious desert. Here's the recipe: Ingredients: 5-6 bananas (peeled and chopped) 1 cup flax seeds (ground … Continue reading Banana Pancakes