Need a healthy alternative for a sweet dessert easy and quick to make? Then this rawfood cake is perfect!
Apricot Chocolate Rawfood Cake
-> Soak the hazel and cashew nuts over night (or at least for a couple of hours). Mix 125g hazelnuts, 150g of the apricots and cinnamon in a food processor. Put some baking paper in a baking dish (one you can take off th sides from). Press out the dough.
Mix the rest of the ingredients in a food processor and pour over the bottom. Put in the freezer for 30 minutes or in the fridge for at least 2 hours. Take out and add the rest of the chopped hazelnuts and apricots as toppings. If you want you can mix 3 tablespoons of agave syrup with 1-2 tablespoons of raw cacao and pour on top and sprinkle some extra cacao nibs over the cake.
This cake is Rawfood, vegan and free from gluten, dairy and added sugar!
This is the perfect drink if you want an coffeine kick and at the same time a nutritional boost. It’s perfect for me who like coffe but is pretty sensitive to coffeine. Do I drink more than two cups normal coffee on the same day I can start feeling sick instead. So this is the best alternative for me.
Matcha The powder will give you a coffeine boost but not in the same crazy way as coffee since it’s not really as strong. Here is my favorite recipe for a warming cup of Matcha The Latte, which I’ve started to drink in the morning.
Warm Matcha Latte (1 high glass)
-> Start by heating up the water and milk on the stove on medium-high. Add the Matcha powder and stir well. Pour over to a high glass and add the sweetener and stir until it’s melted and well blended.
You can read more about the superfood Matcha The powder HERE.
This Latte is of course free from gluten, dairy and added sugar!
My most common kind of breakfast these days, nice cream in different flavors. Easy and quick to make and to change the flavor!
Caramel Nice Cream (1 portion)
-> Just put everything in a bowl and use a stick blender until it looks like ice cream/sorbet. Pour over to a bowl and add your toppings! It’s almost a must to add some kind of nutbutter on top!
My toppings today were peanutbutter, gojiberries, kiwi and dried mango!
This bowl can easily be made paleo, just switch out the peanut butter to other nut butter and skip the optional stevia drops. It is also free from gluten, dairy and added sugar!
These are not pretty at all but still delicious! It’s a similar recipe to the chocolate balls I make (maybe too) often. Just some small changes to change the texture and flavor a little bit.
Chocolate Snacks (8 bites)
-> Just mix everything in a mixer and form to balls (if possible, mine ended up more flat than round) if the dough it way too wet add more oats. Sprinkle some coconut flakes on top and put in the fridge for about 20 minutes before eating.
These chocolate bites are 100% free from gluten and added sugar. Depending on what quark you use it can easily be made dairy free as well.
Ever since I bought myself a juice-machine a few weeks ago I’ve made this drink so many times I lost count. It’s a real health boost and a great way to kick-start every day!
Turmeric Shot (2 half-filled glasses)
-> Put everything in the juice centrifuge and you will get a yellow fantastic health shot ready to drink!
This recipe is raw food, vegan, free from added sugar, gluten and dairy. Also paleo-friendly!
For the green smoothie on the picture I have written down the recipe earlier on the blog. Just search for “green smoothie”.
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My absolute favorite snacks. Healthy, taste great and easy/quick to make! The original recipe is from Ida Warg but I have changed it a little bit, I believe my recipe is a little better!
Healthy Chocolate balls (12 medium-sized)
-> Mix everything, except the cacao nibs and coconut flakes, in a strong mixer until it becomes a dough. Then add the cacao nibs and blend with a spoon. Form into balls and roll them in the coconut flakes. Put in the fridge for 20 minutes. Take out and ENJOY a delicious and healthy snack filled with nutrition and superfoods.
These chocolate balls are free from gluten, dairy and added sugar. Also I believe lchf, vegan and lowfod map friendly! A real superfood snack!
Tried a new recipe yesterday, experimenting is always exciting. Sometimes it turns out well, sometimes barely eatable and sometimes just perfectly delicious. I was very doubtful about this bread until it was all done because the dough looked very odd compared to what I had thought. But it turned out great! Easy to make, healthy and delicious, so try it out!
Protein Vanilla Carrot Bread (1 loaf)
-> Turn the oven on 180 degrees Celsius. Start by washing the carrots then grate them. Use a mixer for all the seeds and mix them into a flour. Then add the carrots to the flour and mix/stir well. In a separate bowl whisk the eggs. Then pour over the eggs, add the protein powder and salt into the shredded carrots and flour mix. Stir well, I used my hands to make sure it got well blended.
Cover a bread form in baking paper and press out the dough. Put in the middle of the oven for about 60 minutes. Make sure it’s not too sticky in the middle when taking it out.
I ate this bread with natural almond butter on top. SO DELICIOUS!
This bread is 100% free from gluten and added sugar. High in protein and suitable for most lowcarb and lchf diets.