Quick and Easy Raw Food Recipes, With 5 Ingredients Or Less!
Are you looking for easy raw food tested recipes? Well here are a few really quick and easy raw food quality recipes with 5 ingredients or less for the uncooked food beginner.
The raw food diet is a form of diet where people eat the majority of their foods in their natural whole state without cooking food them. Many people are adopting this lifestyle to eat a natural whole foods diet also to get the advantages of all the nutrients available in fresh raw fruits and vegetables.
Most raw food recipes available on the internet or in recipe books are complicated, time intensive, and require a lot of extravagant kitchen equipment. This however turns a lot of men and women off to this diet because they think it is too hard and time consuming to fit into their occupied lifestyle. In the following paragraphs I’m going to provide a few easy recipes that don’t require any fancy equipment or exotic ingredients.
*Most people curently have a blender so many of these recipes require a blender.
Easy Green Juice smoothie Recipe
2 bananas 4 kale leaves chopped with stems removed 1/2 of an apple 1 cup water
Blend in a blender until smooth. This nutritious green smoothie can be eaten for breakfast or as a mid evening snack. By blending the kale you are making all the nutrients in the kale leaves such as A, K, C, Iron and calcium possible for your body to absorb and digest. The sweetness from the bananas makes the kale leaves palatable, you’ll be surprised by how good it preferences! Serves 2.
Easy Cucumber Salad
2 cucumbers chopped 2 ripe tomatoes sliced 1 red bell self defense chopped 1 bunch cilantro chopped 1 avocado cut pinch sea salt
Mix all ingredients in a bowl and revel in as a simple and scrumptious side salad. The juices of the tomato and bell pepper will marinate with the cilantro to dress the cucumbers. The skin of a cucumber is definitely a good source of nutritional vitamins A, C, and folic acid. The hard epidermis is full of fiber and a variety of minerals including magnesium, silica, molybdenum, and potassium. Serves 4.
Easy Avocado Salad Dressing
1/2 an avocado 1 cup orange juice 1 tea spoon lemon juice 1 tea spoon chives pinch cayenne cayenne pepper pinch salt
Blend all ingredients except for the chives in the food blender until smooth and then mix in the chives. If you don’t have a blender mash the avocado and then beat the ingredients in a bowl until smooth. Avocados provide practically 20 essential nutrients, including fiber, potassium, Vitamin E, B-vitamins and folic acid. Serves 2-4.
Easy Mango Pudding
2 mangoes peeled and diced 1 teaspoon honey 0.5 cup raspberries 1/4 glass water
Blend all ingredients except for the raspberries in the blender. Set the mango pudding in a bowl and then garnish with the raspberries or layer the mango pudding with the raspberries in little dessert dishes to make a healthy parfait. Serves 2.
I really hope you enjoyed these tested recipes and are encouraged to try making them at home. For more free easy raw food recipes please check out the resources below: