These are some of our favorite staple raw superfood recipes. You can find even more healthy recipes (raw and cooked) on our Loving Superfoods Blog and in these ebooks:
Blend until smooth (works best in a Vitamix or other high powered blender).
You may also desire to make a thicker smoothie by adding fresh or frozen fruit (we like bananas) and/or activated nuts (cashews or walnuts are particularly yummy). Chill and shake well before drinking. Enjoy!
Blend until smooth (works best in a Vitamix or other high powered blender), pour into a gallon-sized sealable container, and then fill the rest up with pure water. Shake well, and then chill.
Tip: We use 2 half-gallon glass containers for our Bliss.
To make a concentrate for warm drinks, fill your gallon container only to the halfway mark when adding the water. Then you can use half of the chilled concentrate and half warm water each time you serve.
Blended Chocolate Bliss will last 1 week in the fridge. Most people will consume 1 gallon within a week if drinking about 16 ounces a day.
Blend and drink! Stores for 1-2 days in the fridge.
Optionally you could add some ginger, cayenne, cilantro or other greens.
Making this juice in your blender means there may be some fibrous bits of lemon or celery. This is great because it prompts you to chew a little as you drink which activates your salivary glands and your digestive juices. Enjoy!
Add all ingredients to a food processor and process until it becomes fine like a dough. Roll into balls or press into a pan to make brownie shapes. Refrigerate to solidify the bites.
If you don’t have a food processor, stir all the ingredients by hand. The dough will not be smooth because the hemp seeds won’t be ground up, but it will still taste delicious!
These bites can travel well, though they will lose their shape as the coconut oil comes to room temperature. Store them in the refrigerator when you can.
If you want them to travel better without refrigeration, use Cacao Butter instead of coconut oil. After an initial 30 minutes of refrigeration to set the shape the bites made with cacao butter will hold their shape at room temperature.
Upgrading BeLoved Chocolate Bites.
This basic recipe is easy to upgrade with additional superfoods like:
These brownies are simple to make, packed full of energizing, protein-rich superfoods, and taste amazing!
They are so good that even David Favor, a long-time raw foodist, named them the Best Brownies Ever!
The Vitamineral Green powder is the only green powder whose flavor and nutrient effects we consistenly love.
This green smoothie is a quick and tasty way of using the green powder for breakfast.
These treats are an excellent way of sneaking powdered greens past anyone. Green Gobblers taste sweet, like snickerdoodle cookies, and we never notice a green aftertaste.
They are named Green Gobblers because we gobble them up fast!
Homemade hemp milk tastes soooo much better than what you can find at a store. It's quick and easy to make and can be stored in the fridge.
Hemp milk is also very satisfying and filling. It even satisfies the hunger of growing, super-athletic teenagers.
This creamy chia pudding is our favorite. It makes a tasty dessert, or cut back on the sweetener for an excellent breakfast porridge (healthier than oatmeal).
Superfood bowls are the best kept secret of successful raw foodists. Rather than taking time to make an elegant raw recipe, throw a bunch of superfoods in a bowl, mash it together, and enjoy.
Our blog post will give you the basics to always include in a superfood bowl, some favorites we love, and ideas on how to satisfy your own cravings with what you have on hand.
My friend Courtney Clay came up with this super hydrating, nourishing, yummy tasting lemonade that’s quick to make and easy to customize to your desired tastes and nutrient requirements. She calls it Levitation Lemonade. I didn’t ask her why – I was too busy levitating.
This lemonade has been a life saver for us in the over 100 degree heat we get during Texas summers, after workouts, after sweating at my favorite Korean spa, and especially when we were camping and hiking at high altitudes in Colorado this summer.
When you’re ready to re-hydrate, keep cool, and support your body’s natural inclination to levitation, this customizable recipe will be your best friend.
Goji Lemonade is more of a meal than Levitation Lemonade, and yet just as thirst-quenching and hydrating.
The coconut oil and tocotrienols in it also help with sun protection, making it an excellent summer drink.
The Fiesta Mole tomato-spiced soup makes a great gazpacho-style soup in the summer and a healthy upgrade to tomato soup in cooler weather.
We also love having the Fiesta Mole dip with celery sticks, pea pods and granny smith apples.
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