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If You Crave Sweets This Is How You Can Enjoy Desserts

Do you crave sweets?

You can enjoy desserts if you crave sweets with these raw vegan dessert recipes. Read below about the benefit of raw food and why you can enjoy even desserts guilt-free.

No cravings anymore –  don’t crave sweets 

Something great, You can eat raw food at any time and without a guilty conscience. After a while, the cravings disappear and you will not have to go to the fridge all the time to quickly stuff something into you  The cravings will disappear, learn how it works.

Benefits of Raw Food Nutrition – More energy and efficiency

One of the positive changes eating more raw food is you no longer will feel so tired, even at the end of the day and after hard work. You feel better than at times when you ate conventionally. You just will have more energy and become more active than before. This makes your activities much more fun and the quality of life will increase.

Stronger immune system

You will benefit. How many times and long you have been ill with ever-changing infections. You will see a huge difference.  Due to raw food, you will no longer have to deal with being sick all the time, but you can take your lives into your own hands.

Reduction of allergies

Often we heard that people can get rid of or at least reduce their allergies by switching to raw food.

Weight loss

Always welcome, the weight loss with raw food,  Start “slimming with raw food”. by changing your diet to a raw vegan diet.

Acid-base balance

Especially through the elimination of animal protein and industrially produced foods such as sugar or finished products your body can detoxify itself. Debris is excreted and does not remain in the body where it can cause cell damage. So you prevent your body from over acidifies so it does not come to chronic illnesses. You will feel noticeably fresher and vital if the acid-base is balanced.

Food and consciousness

It’s great how your consciousness changes when you try new things. You are full of energy. Start slowly to integrate more and more raw food into your daily life. Once you started, you will begin to change more and more and live more consciously.

Eating conventional sweets you always have the feeling of wanting more, but try raw sweets and you will see your sweet tooth will be satisfied easily.

Don’t crave sweets, try the recipes below eat more raw food and enjoy

If You Crave Sweets This Is How You Can Enjoy Desserts

Raw Almond Joys

If You Crave Sweets This Is How You Can Enjoy Desserts


A raw, vegan duplicate of almond joys! These Raw Almond Joys by Ashley Smyczek come together with little effort and are perfect for when you’re looking for a natural treat to enjoy!

Carrot Cake [Vegan, Raw]


This is a wonderful recipe for Easter, children’s birthdays, and spring picnics. The frosting you can color using fruits and vegetables. It turns into a lovely pastel frosting with carrot juice.

Avocado and Coconut Ice Cream

If You Crave Sweets This Is How You Can Enjoy Desserts

Avocado and Coconut Ice Cream. With this ice cream, we really can have it all: There’s no dairy or eggs in sight, but it’s still creamy and lush thanks to ripe avocado and rich coconut milk. No ice cream maker? No problem — pack it in a container and freeze until it’s a dense soft-serve consistency.


Have you ever been in the middle of a flu domino effect? This winter citrus smoothie will be your very best friend in the morning. Loaded with vitamin C, flavonoids, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant agents, will help you feel your best and stay energized all day long! Boost your immune system with this delicious citrusy smoothie

Blueberry Thyme Dream Cake

A super creamy raw cheesecake that combines blueberries with fresh thyme – and is pretty to serve! (gluten-free, dairy-free, naturally sweetened)

If You Crave Sweets This Is How You Can Enjoy Desserts

Vegan! Dreamy blueberry thyme cake recipe will make you reconsider the concept

Chocolate Lemon Doughnuts

Throw away all of your preconceived notions about doughnuts and get ready to see them in a whole new light! This recipe for Raw Chocolate Lemon Doughnuts proves that healthy doughnuts exist and they are delicious. These are made with buckwheat and oat flour, spices like cinnamon and nutmeg, and topped with a raw, creamy, and lemony frosting. There are even a few hidden ingredients thrown in! Yum.

Raw Crepes With Caramel Apple Filling

If You Crave Sweets This Is How You Can Enjoy Desserts

These Raw Crepes With Caramel Apple Filling are made from bananas, flax meal, and vanilla powder and are filled with deliciously sticky-sweet date caramel and apple filling. This recipe is super easy, doesn’t require that many ingredients, and you can make it simple in a dehydrator. Dust some cinnamon and top and enjoy with a tall glass of almond milk.

No-Bake Chocolate Hazelnut Bars

These Chocolate Hazelnut Bars are sinfully chocolatey and crunchy with a filling as luscious as a cheesecake. They have a chocolatey base of Medjool dates and almonds, a creamy chocolate filling, and you can top with a drizzle of dark chocolate and crunchy toasted hazelnuts. A must-try for any chocolate lover, they’re also grain-free, gluten-free, raw, and paleo vegan!

Golden Milk Ice Cream

If You Crave Sweets This Is How You Can Enjoy Desserts


This trendy drink is exotic, delicious, and great for you. This Golden Milk Ice Cream by Incredible Vegan Ice Cream, Deena Jalal is inspired by a traditional Indian tea, this beautifully vibrant yellow drink includes ginger, turmeric, and cinnamon, all known for their anti-inflammatory and antiseptic qualities.

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