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How to Make Dairy-Free Blueberry Cheesecake

If you're doing your body good by avoiding pasteurized dairy products but you miss eating cheesecake, you'll want to give this delicious dairy-free, all-raw, blueberry cheesecake recipe a try.

The "cheese" in this cheesecake is made with raw, organic cashews, and the crust is made with a combination of macadamia nuts, dates, and dried coconut. This cheesecake requires some work, but it's definitely worth the effort! Read more about How to Make Dairy-Free Blueberry Cheesecake

 

How to Make a Mouthwatering Risotto with Peas and Basil

Looking for a delicious, dairy-free risotto? With the right amount of time and love put into this recipe, I'm willing to bet that this creamy rice dish is as good as anything ever made by Jamie Oliver or Tyler Florence. Read more about How to Make a Mouthwatering Risotto with Peas and Basil

 

How to Make Vegetable Cashew Stew

This super healthy stew is made unique by adding a handful of raisins and whole cashews. Sounds funny, I know, but once you try it, I trust that you'll agree that all of the ingredients go together beautifully. Read more about How to Make Vegetable Cashew Stew

 

Soup to Soothe an Inflamed Digestive Tract

Broccoli is rich in indoles and sulforaphane, compounds that are known for their cancer-fighting properties. Broccoli is also abundant in fiber, folate, vitamin C, vitamin K, calcium, coenzyme Q10, and carotenoids. Read more about Soup to Soothe an Inflamed Digestive Tract

 

Heart-Healthy Winter Smoothie

When made with the right ingredients, hot chocolate can be a soothing and health-enhancing drink, perfect for nourishing your body during colder months.

This recipe for a hot chocolate smoothie is ultra simple. The end result is rich in flavonoids and potassium, nutrients that are essential for a healthy cardiovascular system.

Be sure to include nutmeg and cinnamon - both combine beautifully with banana and raw chocolate powder. Read more about Heart-Healthy Winter Smoothie

 

A Delectable, Nutrient-Rich Winter Salad Recipe

Rich in cancer-fighting carotenoids and healthy doses of plant protein, iron, folate, and fiber, this succulent sweet potato and lentil salad is well worth trying and particularly nice on cold winter days.

I learned this recipe from a similar version that was presented in an issue of GOOP, a newsletter put out by actress Gwyneth Paltrow. - Ben Kim Read more about A Delectable, Nutrient-Rich Winter Salad Recipe

 

A Mouthwatering Dish of Cabbage and Beans

This is a delightful recipe that some friends shared with us several years ago. It provides a perfect blend of sweet and savory, and pairs beautifully with freshly cooked rice, quiona, or any other grain dish. Read more about A Mouthwatering Dish of Cabbage and Beans

 

How to Make Truly Healthy Energy Bars

One sad reality that jumps out at me with every trip to the health food store is that the vast majority of energy bars on the market provide about the same nutritional value as most candy bars, but with some processed protein powder thrown into the mix and at twice the cost of a good old Snickers bar. Read more about How to Make Truly Healthy Energy Bars

 

How to Make Healthy Cashew Treats

Sometimes called mignardises, these protein-rich cashew treats are typically served in high-end restaurants. With this recipe, you don't need a big wallet to enjoy the best mignardises around. Just a few balls goes a long way, so plan on making just a few balls per person. If you have leftovers, keep in mind that they freeze well; simply let them thaw out for about ten minutes before devouring. Read more about How to Make Healthy Cashew Treats

 

How to Make Healthy Baked Beans

Though there's no baking involved, this recipe churns out a flavorful and nutrient-dense pot of beans that provides the same mouth-feel as traditional baked beans. All you need are some navy beans, tomatoes, and a few other select ingredients.

Navy beans are one of nature's best sources of healthy protein and folate. They're also rich in a number of minerals, including iron, magnesium, copper, and manganese. - Ben Kim Read more about How to Make Healthy Baked Beans

 

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