Food That Matters For Your Health And Wellness
Food that Matters
Are you looking for Food that Matters? Here are some delicious recipes which are a collection from Food Matters. You may have seen the documentary Food Matters, which changed the perception of healthy food for a lot of people.
Here are some raw food recipes which prove that raw food matters and can be delightful for everybody, not only for raw foodies.
Here are some healthy, beautiful, and colorful recipes only raw natural ingredients can provide. Made of natural organic and pesticide-free ingredients, which are best bought from a local organic farmer is best. With the right kitchen tools preparing this Raw Food that Matters for our Health and well-being are easy and fast.
Here are some Salads, Smoothies, Cake, Sweets snacks, and Smoothie bowls that will make you feel good. All recipes here are literally Raw Food that Matters, enjoy. To your Health and Wellness!
Food That Matters For Your Health And Wellness
Raw Vegan Not Gross – Cauliflower Pizza
It’s pizza time! This all-veggie, guilt-free masterpiece is the perfect thing for that movie night you’ve been wanting to have.
Skin Beauty Salad Recipe
A tasty salad packed full of skin essentials with a dressing that looks like a beauty spa facial mask. Why not eat it instead? After all, beauty happens from the inside out!
The Sprout Salad: Super Sprout Salad With Tahini Dressing
We love everything about this salad – from the concept of consuming live, germinated foods rich in phytonutrients, enzymes, protein content, their texture, to the ease of digestion and the perfect flavor pairings of fresh cumin, cilantro, and a creamy tahini dressing.
The Kelp Noodle Salad: Spicy Ginger Kelp Noodle Salad
Like zucchini noodles, kelp noodles are a great twist to a classic dish, adding a low-cal, cleansing, and super healthy ingredient. The addition of warming spices like garlic, hot peppers, shallots, and ginger, gives the dish the illusion of being warm without the stove. Serve up this flavorful dish any time of the year.
Vegan Caesar Salad
A refreshingly healthy take on the classic “Caesar Salad.” For years I’ve neglected the Caesar salad after learning about just how unhealthy my ‘old beloved’ really was. The super heavy dressing, flood of parmesan cheese, and not-so-calorie-friendly croutons tally up close to 800 calories! I decided it was time to bring back the mighty Caesar, with a healthy twist 😉 Say HOLA to my Vegan Caesar Salad!
Peppermint Cream Pies
Peppermint and chocolate are always a good idea, especially when made into these perfect little tarts with no refined sugar, gluten-free and dairy-free. Whip these raw treats up for your guests!
PB&J Smoothie Bowl
This sweet and salty smoothie bowl combination is divine. As well as adding a flavorsome treat to your morning smoothie, the additional nut butter and chia jam offer an extra protein hit to keep you sustained for longer.
Mango Ginger Good Eats Bowl
Blend almond milk, frozen banana, frozen mango, 2 scoops of vegan protein (we use Superfood Protein), ground ginger plus toppings: banana coins, pumpkin seeds, granola, and cinnamon raisin peanut butter.
Raw Caramel Slice (Recipe)
Who doesn’t love caramel slices? It’s ok to admit that you do. We do, too, though we know it’s chock-full of nasty ingredients. Not this recipe, though! It’s a healthy take on this sweet treat.
No gluten, dairy, or refined sugar here! Although this is still a ‘sometimes treat’, you can eat it knowing that you are ingesting some of Mother Nature’s finest ingredients, made with love.
Mini Coconut & Lime ‘Cheesecakes’
Creamy, zesty, simple to put together, and delicious. Ticking all of your boxes? These mini raw coconut and lime ‘cheesecakes’ will soon become your hero recipe!
One Minute Slice (Recipe)
Do you have the desire to have some sweet that won’t make you feel guilty? Do you have one minute? Then you have time to whip us this treat! A great one for the kids too!
Pineapple & Turmeric Anti-Inflammatory Smoothie
Turmeric would have to be one of Mother Nature’s best gifts! With uses from detoxing the body, lower inflammation and support the healthy immune system.
Pineapples contain the digestive enzyme bromelain, a natural enzyme that supports the digestive system in breaking down and absorbing nutrients from the food we eat.
Bark With Rosewater, Pistachios, and Raspberries
This sweet and nourishing bark will hit all the points of pleasurable eating right through from the ingredient selection to the moment of savoring.
There really is something special about this sweet treat. It’s almost too beautiful to eat with its vivid colorful hues of red raspberries, glowing green pistachios, and a sprinkling of rosewater, the flower of love.
Chocolate Cake with Sweet Potato (Must Try!)
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