Raw and Colorful recipes you can eat without counting calories
Time to enjoy these healthy raw and colorful recipes prepared of fresh plant-based ingredients. A pleasure for the eyes and the senses. You can eat as much as you like without taking care of calories.
Raw food flatters the figure because if you eat raw food you are less likely to struggle with weight problems. Another positive point is that raw food saturates well, although raw food has a low energy content. In addition, the food in the raw food diet contains only small amounts of calories so that you should consume significantly more calories per day than if you eat cooked food.
The raw food diet is the perfect diet for all those who like to eat plant- based foods such as vegetables and fruits in raw condition.
No calories have to be counted for these foods, and large quantities of them can be consumed.
Thanks to this diet, there is hardly a feeling of hunger. The raw food diet contains large amounts of fiber, which is able to fill your stomach well.
However, take care and ensure drink a sufficient amount of water.
It is important to pay attention to a good quality of the food, preferably self-grown or organic.
You Will Enjoy These Appetizing Raw And Colorful Recipes
This delicious, raw, vegan lasagna is made with mushroom meat, golden zucchini cheese, garlic herb tomato sauce, and eggplant/zucchini “noodle” layers.
Raw Avocado Lime Tart
Photo via Nutrition Stripped
Drawing inspiration from a key lime tart, this raw avocado lime tart from Nutrition Stripped is a delightful and tangy treat. Along with being raw, this dessert is gluten-free, dairy-free, and refined sugar-free, making it the perfect treat for those with dietary restrictions. Even better than the tangy and creamy avocado center is the raw crust made with almonds, coconut oil, coconut flakes, dates, and pistachios. Serve this tropical tart at your next summer party for a healthy and beautiful treat!
These raw zucchini roll-ups are our spin on traditional ravioli. These are an extra healthy alternative to a traditional pasta dish! Make some homemade almond milk, save the pulp, and make cheese with it!
Raw Strawberry Rhubarb Cream Pie
It’s a pie, it’s a cheesecake – it’s both! This silky-smooth Raw Strawberry Rhubarb Cream Pie confection is somewhere in between a pie and a cheesecake. The nutty, crumbly crust is held together by a sweet, sticky date paste and then topped with a luxurious cashew, strawberry, and rhubarb cream and chilled until it’s firm. This is a wonderful way to finish off a warm summer night.
Raw Portobello Burgers With Collard Greens and Guacamole
This Raw Portobello Burgers With Collard Greens and Guacamole is fast food, and it’s real good food too. The combination of mushroom, greens, and avocado in this dish is amazing for your skin because it gives you Vitamin A, C and a good dose of b-vitamins. If you didn’t know, these all play a part in keeping our skin hydrated, flexible and inflammation free. If you’ve never had a portobello burger before, your world is about to change. Throw whatever else you want on these bad boys. Fresh tomatoes would be epic, as well as some red onion. The textures in this recipe are soooo perfect for each other. You’ve got the meaty mushroom, the creamy guac, the fresh greens and the amazing crunchy, savory, heavenly Hippie Garden Chips.
Magical Summer Rolls
Beautiful, colorful, and absolutely magical-looking, these Magical Summer Rolls are the perfect light lunch for warm weather days. These summer rolls are lined with polka beets and golden beets, so not only do they taste delicious, they’re also a feast for the eyes. Creamy, homemade almond butter sauce pairs perfectly with their crisp texture and fresh flavor. This recipe is a win-win.
This spinach smoothie from trainer Harley Pasternak is a favorite of his celebrity clients (Julianne Hough is a fan!) for helping them stay on the right track, especially after an indulgent period.
Have you tried blue spirulina yet? Like regular spirulina, it is a great addition to smoothies and raw desserts, only instead of an algae green, it gives everything a kiss of bright blue color. Not only is spirulina a complete protein but it’s also rich in beta-carotene, iron and b-vitamins. All of which are amazing for your skin. It helps it heal and fight off inflammation and harmful bacteria that cause acne. In this delicious Blue Spirulina Smoothie Bowl, bananas are blended into an ice cream-like texture, then swirled with bright, blue spirulina
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If you need help with losing weight and keeping on track, the Bright Line Eating program is a great program to support. It is based on cutting edge psychology and neuroscience. Susan Peirce Thompson, Ph.D. It is focused on establishing healthier eating habits and is also compatible with a vegan diet.