Take this quick and easy Nut-Free Raw Vegan Chocolate Fudge to your next social function, safe in the knowledge that pretty much anyone can eat it. The only question now is, can you bear to part with a single piece?
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This would have to be the most freaking awesome raw vegan chocolate fudge recipe in the entire world. It's super quick and easy to make. It's packed to the rafters with whole, unprocessed foods. And it's got chocolate. What's not to love?
With only four wholefood ingredients, this raw vegan chocolate coconut pudding is not only delicious, it's also fantastically easy to make. It's so creamy, sweet and chocolately, that it couldn't possibly be healthy as well. But it is.
This raw vegan chocolate cheesecake is completely nut-free, super quick to make and packed with the goodness of chocolate, chocolate and more chocolate. It's triple chocolate insanity!
I've eaten this crunchy hemp coconut fruit salad for breakfast, lunch and dinner. It's light enough and yet filling enough to be eaten at any time of day, and you can make it in 5 minutes flat, with no special equipment necessary.
Who could resist such vibrant, seductive strawberries like these ones? Especially when they taste so darned good. And when you pair them with the sweet and tangy taste of raw coconut cream (yoghurt), it really doesn't get much better than this. Brilliant with bananas, moreish with mangoes and stunning with strawberries.
I've wanted to try making my own homemade raw vegan chocolate for ages, and on the weekend I finally took the plunge. So far, so good. Sooooo good. This stuff is incredibly edible, totally addictive and wildly dangerous.
I've been playing even more with opening coconuts and making coconut concoctions - this recent lunch was simply sliced bananas with coconut yoghurt and a chocolate coconut cream. Definitely an awesomely raw, vegan, wholefood lunch. I mean, when would you normally get to eat cream and chocolate for lunch?
I've gone a bit mad recently for coconut water kefir. It tastes awesome and is great for you, so I've been attempting to make my own, using fresh coconuts. I'm going to keep opening coconuts and fermenting stuff until I figure this one out!
Yesterday for lunch, I made a quick fruit salad, with one sliced banana and two sliced strawberries, added a few generous spoonfuls of my tasty coconut yoghurt, and topped it off with a drizzle of raw orange marmalade. Yum.
What do you get when you cross raw coconut macaroons with chocolate? Raw chocolate coconut macaroons, of course! So simple and so delicious, and being nut-free, gluten-free and dairy-free, they're perfect for social gatherings and school lunches.
With just four wholesome ingredients, these raw date coconut macaroons are gorgeous balls of pure bliss. Just coconut, dates, vanilla beans and a pinch of salt, which makes them gluten-free, nut-free, vegan and paleo. So simple, so easy, so quick, so tasty! Just. Too. Delicious.
Making your own homemade raw muesli is so easy, and I love making it because I get to blend it just the way I like it. There's nuts, there's seeds, there's grains, there's dried fruit, there's a bit of everything I love. Which is why I like to refer to this as my "random muesli mix". Just chuck in a bit of everything.
Rich, moist, crumbly raw chocolate cake, smothered in creamy avocado chocolate frosting. Decorated magnificently with homemade coconut rainbow sprinkles. Bring this masterpiece out at a birthday party and knock their socks off!
Sometimes the simplest recipes are the best, and these all natural homemade rainbow sprinkles are no exception. I didn't realise just how effective and simple using shredded coconut and natural food colourings could be.
I artistically arranged raw date coconut macaroons on a plate to make a raw coconut macaroon birthday "cake", and I think it came up pretty well. It was definitely enough for a candle, and for us to sing happy birthday.
This raw applesauce pudding is basically pureed apples, with some shredded coconut, cinnamon, hemp seeds, activated sunflower seeds and a couple of chopped dates. Easy, sweet and gentle on the belly.
I never knew you could make your own raw rainbow sprinkles, did you? All you need is some coarsely shredded coconut and some natural food colouring. Mix it around, let it dry and voila!
So I've been experimenting with flavoured raw macaroons, and so far these choc mint macaroons are looking (and smelling and tasting) pretty good. And Paul crafted some awesome choc mint macaroons - half chocolate, half mint - which look fantastic.
These raw coconut macaroons are armed with a taste so dangerously compelling, that I dare you to eat only one. Oh yeah, these babies are irresistible. The perfect coconutty balance of crunchy outsides with soft melty insides.
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~ Nikki, Eating Vibrantly