Quinoa and Cabbage Stuffed Squash

It’s winter and squash is in season! I LOVE squash, and it’s such a versatile vegetable to cook with. You can boil it, roast it, stuff it, shred it, mash it, literally anything you think of! This recipe was not even made on purpose. I had decided to make a quinoa, rice and cabbage salad…

Ukrainian Purple Cabbage and Kale Salad

Purple cabbage is a common staple in Ukraine, as is parsley and radish. Together in a salad, the taste is divine! This is a great salad to add to a hummus or quinoa wrap, as the crunch in it will give your wrap some extra texture. The addition of kale also helps to add some…

RAWmarkable Peppermint Bark

Much like my RAWmarkable Coconut Bark, this chocolate can be made by using fresh coconut meat and the coconut water! If you don’t have a fresh coconut on hand, this can also be done with full fat coconut cream, which can be found in any store. My raw vegan chocolates are some of the easiest desserts…

Quinoa Sprout and Hummus Tacos

I was shopping at Whole Foods one day when I came upon an entire gluten free vegan tortilla section. They had the usual grain free and rice flour options, then I saw some cassava and coconut flour tortillas (pictured above). Of course, I had to get them, as anything with coconut as a main ingredient…

RAWmarkable Mocha Chocolate

Oh boy guys, this is a good one! These coffee chocolates are to die for! It was very hard for me to find a raw vegan chocolate base to make chocolates, but once I did (see RAWmarkable chocolate)…now there is no stopping me with the types of chocolates I can make, so stayed tuned for me!…

Orange Pear Kale Smoothie

Similar to my Orange Pear Green Smoothie, rather than adding in mustard greens and cilantro to the mix, this one is full of kale and spinach! Pear and orange go together sooo well in smoothies, I have several smoothie recipes that use orange and pear as the fruit base and just mix up the greens…

Macadamia Nut Milk

I am typically so into drinking my Walnut Coconut Milk, that I tend to forget that there are so many other nut milks I haven’t even tried making yet! Well, last week was the week I finally saved some of my macadamia nuts to make milk instead of eating them all! Like walnuts, macadamias contain…

RAWmarkable Chocolate and Fruit!

These are simple, homemade raw vegan chocolates, that you can add fresh fruit in for filling! There are no preservatives, and everything is made with the healthiest ingredients. These can also be made sugar free, with the substitution of stevia for the maple syrup. The possibilities for these are endless, so use this recipe as…

Ukrainian Vegan Borsch

I recently had a dinner with some of my Ukrainian friends, and they made borsch soup. Traditional borsch is made with meat and cream, so obviously I didn’t eat it. The part I did eat however, I didn’t like so much. So last weekend, my Ukrainian friend and I decided to make our own vegan…

RAWmarkable Coconut Vanilla Macaroons

Coconut macaroons are my favorite! Well actually, anything made with coconut is my favorite. Coconut macaroons, made with fresh coconut meat? Those are the best! These macaroons are made with the excess ground coconut meat from straining coconut milk. It’s a great way to use the excess coconut flakes to make a tasty, amazing snack,…

Quinoa and Sauteed Mushrooms

Quinoa, mushrooms and rainbow chard! Anyone who knows me or has been following my blog, knows that quinoa and mushrooms are some of my favorite vegan staples. Both contain protein, iron, fiber and vitamin D. Coupled with some chard and tomatoes to give you all the vitamins and minerals, this meal is not only complete,…

Collard Green and Mushroom Vegan Burrito

Oyster mushrooms! I’ve never cooked with them before, but when I saw some at the Farmer’s Market in New Braunfels, Texas, I knew I had to buy some to try! I loooove mushrooms, and all kinds of mushrooms! They are a great source of protein and one of the best natural sources of Vitamin D!…