Raw Food Recipe Menu August 11, 2013 … plus 13 Weeks of Meal Plans and mid-Summer Sale on Spring eBook!
for this blog on Sunday, and more often than not have no idea what I’m
going to make until that morning … and that’s how it is most other
days, too. I’m just not much of a planner. I was feeling pretty
uninspired this week, too. And, I was running low on lots of things, and
running out of others. But that’s what’s amazing about raw and vegan
foods; with just a few ingredients and the smallest amount of
inspiration, good meals can be made.
pancakes I’ve made here, but heavier on the buckwheat. In a food
processor fitted with an “S” blade, process the buckwheat, banana, flax
seed, olive oil, agave, and salt until pureed. This takes about three
minutes. Spread the batter out in 4 in rounds on lined dehydrator sheets
and dehydrate for about an hour. When the top is “set” and dry to the
touch, flip the pancakes and peel the sheet off them (I flipped mine too
soon … and they were left with marks from the dehydrator). Continue
to dry for another few hours until the outside is dried and the inside
is still moist but not wet.
To make the apple sauce, in a food processor fitted with an “S” blade,
process the apple, agave, and cinnamon until pureed and smooth. Stir in a
few raisins and spoon over the pancakes.
is a sweet way to take advantage of in season carrots and apples.
Actually, it started out as a (rare) food experiment gone wrong … but
it worked all out in the end.
a blender, combine all ingredients and pureed until very smooth and
creamy. Use as much as necessary for the desired consistency. This soup
would be awesome in a Vita Mix or a similar blender, but any blender
will work … although it may take a few minutes. If it’s not smooth
enough, press through a wire mesh strainer.
Green Salad with Mango Dressing
serves 2 ~ $1.55 per serving
1/2 cup mango chunks ($.40)
1 tablespoon chopped onion
1 tablespoon chopped green pepper
2 tablespoons olive oil ($.20)
1 tablespoon agave ($.10)
1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar ($.10)
1 tablespoon lime juice ($.20)
1 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes
1 head romaine ($1.89)
1 medium onion
4 stalks celery ($.20)
OK, mango isn’t in season. It’s technically never in season where I live. But, oh my, it sure is nice to have.
Combine all the dressing ingredients in a bullet type blender and pureed
until smooth. (I use small canning jars with the blade assembly of my
Toss together the chopped romaine, chopped celery, chopped onion, and add some walnuts. Top with the mango dressing.
more banana ice cream. I do love this stuff and it really does seem to
have almost endless possibilities. I think fresh basil would be better,
but I used dried and it worked well to ad just a bit of flavor.
a food processor fitted with an “S” blade, process all ingredients
until the bananas are liquid. Then process in an ice cream maker until
total protein: 21 gr
There are no exotic, hard to locate, and expensive ingredients. Everything in these meal plan recipes can be found at any local grocery.
Shopping list and meal calendar to help you stay on track!
Making one raw food recipe can be easy. But making raw food all day long, every day, can be more trying … even confusing. With a daily calendar of meals, you’ll know what to expect and how to plan your day.
Raw food meal plans take the guesswork out of organizing a raw food lifestyle.
A raw food meal plan can help you ...
- About this meal plan …
- There are four meals – breakfast, lunch, dinner, and
dessert – provided over seven days. There is a meal calendar at the beginning
and detailed recipes below that.
- Daily meals will add up to between 1200 and 1600 calories
per day. If you feel you need more calories, check out the addition suggestions
for foods that are about 100 calories each.
- There are new recipes and old favorites. All will be
simple and easy to prepare. Most will take only minutes of preparation time.
- All recipes are for a single serving. For two or three or
more servings, simply double or triple the recipe.
- Use the shopping list to get all the food you’ll need for
the week. There will be extra, that’s unavoidable. But a list will help you avoid waste.
- Print the shopping list and take it with you when you
- Some dinners are designed to last over two days of meals.
- Both desserts for the week are made and then frozen in individual
servings for later on.
- Much good luck on your raw food journey. If you have any
questions, please feel free ask.
“Anything is possible, if you have the right plan.”
Super easy dishes, with most taking no more than a few minutes to prepare. Yet, each creation is lush, beautiful, elegant, juicy and nutritional … and bursting with fresh, raw, plant based power.
Cost estimates and nutritional information are included for each recipe.
$10 …(that’s just $.20 each)!
simply cannot believe that something so natural and minimally processed
can taste so rich and creamy and indulgent!”
Mushroom Steaks and Cauliflower Potatoes by Kathy Hemingway Desruisseau from The Fiber of My Life
Thickest Almond Cream Basic Green Juice Rawtella Cherry-Os
Lemon Chia Porridge Chia Lemon Fresca Carrot Cauliflower Soup
Maple Balsamic Salad Dressing Avocado Spinach Soup Simple Balsamic Vinaigrette
Blood Orange Salad Lemon and Flax Vinaigrette Spring Salad
Orange Banana Salad Romaine Hearts with Buttermilk Dressing Cole Slaw
Lemon Pepper Cauliflower Soup Root Vegetable Salad with Dressing on the Side
Pickled Spring Vegetables Rawveeta Super Cheesy Kale Chips
Cheesy Romaine Wraps Broccoli with Cheese Sauce Portobella Cheeseburgers
Garlicky Greens and Mushrooms Mushroom Steaks and Cauliflower Potatoes
Chocolate Cardamom Almond Clusters Molten Cupcakes Basic Chocolate Truffles
Cherry Almond Truffles Chocolate Mint Parfaits Chocolate Syrup
Chocolate Fudge Sauce Chocolate Fondue Hard Chocolate Shell
Chocolate Covered Strawberries Banana Bites Two Minute Turtles
Turtle Pie Chess Pie Maple Pecan Pie Lemon Cherry Cheesecake
Mild White Cheese Sharp Cheddar Spring Garden Cheese