These raw, vegan macaroons are great for hormone balance, increasing energy, and adrenal health.
Macaroons make for tasty treats that look really cute, too.
All the coconut in these provides healthy fats, which is good for your hormone balance, skin, and energy levels.
Once you’ve made the base, you can choose which superfoods you want to add based on your preference or what you happen to have on hand.
If you’re searching for more raw vegan recipes, you’re in luck.
This rich, chocolately, decadent raw vegan hazelnut cheesecake makes any dinner table an epic party. It will figuratively blow your mind with its to-die-for deliciousness.
Not a chocoholic? No problem. Try this antioxidant-rich vegan coconut cheesecake with matcha green tea. It’s dairy-free dessert at it’s finest. It’s perfect for those who are matcha-obsessed, which, to be frank, is the whole of Instagram.
Just when you thought the words raw, vegan, and caramel slice didn’t belong in the same sentence, the dreamiest recipe of sweet toothed foodie heaven was born. Caramel bars that melt in your mouth, have a high protein content, and require no baking, are just what you need to satiate the chocolate cravings at any time of the day.
You can even whip up a light lunch, appetizer, or dinner with raw, vegan ingredients. The walnut meat and sriracha flavor profile complements the taco shells.
And, since we’re talking raw vegan, go all the way. Take your bagel game to new, unrelenting heights, with no cook dairy-free cream cheese. It’s made with just seven vegan ingredients.
We get it. Raw vegan food isn’t for everyone. But if you’re looking to embrace your inner spice girl turned fashion empress, Victoria Beckham, look no further. She celebrated a recent birthday with a raw vegan watermelon cake and inevitably, the raw vegan surge commenced.
This recipe was republished with permission from “Super Powders: Adaptogenic Herbs and Mushrooms for Energy, Beauty, Mood, and Well-Being.”