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    Mmmm, cheesecake! A healthy, guilt-free version with lots of living enzymes. If you use raw ingredients, and virgin, unrefined, coconut oil (preferably organic), this recipe is so good for you! It looks like a lot of coconut oil, but it works out to less than 1 tbsp per slice, and that's less than the recommended daily amount to get all those wonderful fatty acids they're talking about with coconut oil these days. So, well, hey, have a 2nd slice! :-) We love this cheesecake and we're rarely without one in our freezer "just in case". There are lots of raw cheesecake recipes floating around the 'net, and after trying many of them, this is our version, taking little bits of each and doing what we like with it. I also tend to make more than one at a time, and keep them in the freezer, so I don't have to make them as often. :)

    Recipe #316719

    I don't think I could be a raw foodist if their wasn't raw chocolate! This shake is a staple in our house. A guilt-less indulgence! It's so quick to whip up if you already have almond milk made ahead, waiting in the fridge.

    Recipe #316488

    We all love this recipe, especially my 6 year old daughter. We often have these for breakfast, so much better for you than processed cereals. This recipe is inspired by Juliano's recipe, but is quite different.

    Recipe #316481

    We created this amazing taste sensation by accident! We were going to make our "creamsicle" smoothie, but realized we didn't have any strawberries, frozen or fresh. So, we decided to try something different, and WOW was I surprised. I really didn't think it would taste this great with raspberries. I thought for sure it would need some sweetener like honey or agave nectar. But it really doesn't. You gotta try it!

    Recipe #316473

    We named this smoothie the "creamsicle" smoothie, because to us, it's tastes just like a creamsicle. So good!

    Recipe #316470

    This has been my favourite salad dressing for quite some time. It's just so tasty. I keep coming back to this recipe, it's a staple for me. Lots of good for you ingredients if you get them raw, and I look forward to my salads when I have this dressing made up, or the ingredients to whip up a batch! I always feel great after eating it.

    Recipe #315272

    You will not believe these are actually good for you. Full of living enzymes and better than cooked brownies, these are a frequent treat for us! The beauty of this recipe is that it's so easy to whip up when you have a craving. I always double or triple it and throw some in the freezer. The coconut oil helps to keep the brownies from crumbling, and is a great way to get some in your diet, it's so good for you if you make sure to get virgin, unrefined, cold-pressed coconut oil.

    Recipe #315265

    Make your own homemade crackers with wholesome ingredients and avoid processed varieties with additives and preservatives.

    Recipe #133160

    Avoid some processed food and taste these fresh, homemade cheesy crackers made with wholesome ingredients, without all those additives and preservatives.

    Recipe #133157

    Avoid some processed foods and taste some fresh, homemade crackers without all those additives and preservatives.

    Recipe #133154

    This is a very tasty way to get a healthy dose of greens. From the book "The Healthy Kitchen" (Andrew Weil, MD and Rosie Daley).

    Recipe #133152

    This is Boterkoek (Dutch Buttercake) just like my Oma (grandma) used to make. She passed away over a year ago now and I really started to crave it. I hope you like it as much as I did growing up! :)

    Recipe #132488

    Make your own Cafe Mochas and Mocha Frappuccinos at home and stop spending so much money at those fancy coffee houses! :) This recipe has helped me save a LOT of money and still enjoy what I love! This is from the wonderful book "Cappuccino Cocktails". NOTE: The prep time does not include chilling time in the fridge.

    Recipe #124524

    Make a fancy coffee house beverage from your own home. No special equipment required. I learned to make my own coffee house espresso beverages at home and save money. I use a french press (also known as a plunger pot or "Bodum" pot) to brew the coffee. It is the next best brew to Espresso. You can also of course use an espresso machine if you have one, or use strong freshly brewed coffee (preferably double strength at least). The lower-end espresso machines are really not worth the money, they don't work that well. I have one and use the french press instead!

    Recipe #124521

    This is a great morning smoothie with protein to keep you going!

    Recipe #123887

    Quinoa is a grain that is lighter than rice or couscous but has more protein than other grains. The recipe will serve more than 4 if you use it as a side dish rather than a main course.

    Recipe #122744

    This is my favourite version of chili, that I make often. It freezes wonderfully for a great make-ahead meal or freeze the leftovers for lunches or a quick dinner. It is not overly spicy so my daughter will eat it! If you like things spicy, increase the chili powder and cumin. One tip if your child still finds it too spicy, is to add additional canned beans in tomato sauce to their portion. It works! :) This is great with corn bread on the side. NOTE: You can substitute part of the ground beef with TVP (textured vegetable protein, SOY) without reconstituting first. I substitute 1/4 - 1/2 lb of the ground beef with 1/4 - 1/2 cup TVP bits. Add this into the pot with the other ingredients, do not saute with the ground beef.

    Recipe #122709

    Bacon, croutons, parmesan cheese and lots of garlic. If you love caesar salad, you have to try this one! A great side for your pasta dinner, or add some grilled chicken and make it a meal. This is a great salad for potlucks, just double or triple the recipe. NOTE: the 1 hour "cook" time is just the time the dressing chills in the fridge and the flavors blend.

    Recipe #122702


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