Raw Food Diet Recipes That Rock Your Taste Buds!
If you’ve been following a raw food diet for some time then I don’t need to remind you just how amazingly flavourful raw food recipes truly are.
If you are new to raw foods, then buckle up and get ready to take your taste buds on an incredible journey.
In today’s post, I’m pulling out all the stops and giving you the goods. I’m sharing some of favourite raw food diet recipes with you. Now it’s up to you to prepare them…
The good news is that most of them take 10 minutes or less.
And if you like then, then you’ll also LOVE the other 120 raw food diet recipes I’ve got for you in my best-selling raw food program, Eating for Energy.
To the kitchen we go…
Energize Your Morning With These Raw Food Diet Recipes
This first recipe is my go-to green juice. I usually make this first thing in the morning. Watch the video to see how it’s prepared. The ingredient list is below.
1 head of kale
1 bunch celery
1 head of parsley
Juice of 1/2 lemon
Now that we’ve got huge amounts of body-invigorating alkalinity coming into our diet thanks to this green juice, let’s move on to the next recipe in our raw food diet meal plan…
This is one of my favourite snacks to have throughout the day. It’s called “Berries in Cashew Cream” and I’m sure you can imagine just how good it tastes, simply based on the name.
Here’s the video showing you how to make it – it’s an older video but it still gives you the goods:
For the cashew cream:
1 handful of cashews
Pinch of cinnamon
Water (as much as desired)
Now, just pour the cashew cream over a cup of your favourite berries and enjoy.
“Later in the Day” Raw Food Diet Recipes
As we move through the day, we get closer to late afternoon and dinner and that’s when you might want to whip together this sensational raw soup…
1 red pepper
Handful of cilantro
1-2 cups walnut or almond milk
Alright, so we’ve packed in some incredible nutrition already but instead of a heavy meal for dinner, we’re just going to follow our soup with what I call the “best smoothie ever”.
Here’s the video showing you how to make it:
Water of 1 young coconut (or water if no coconuts available)
1 handful of cashews
1 tbsp flax seeds (optional)
Alright, by this time you should be full and more than satisfied. Following these 4 simple raw food diet recipes, you’ve added tons of quality nutrition to your diet without spending hours in the kitchen.
I think combined, these 4 recipes might take 1 hour out of your day (at most). Better yet, if you can have someone prepare your meals for you then there would never be an excuse NOT to eat or drink these raw food diet recipes!