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Radiant Health Inner Wealth: Raw Cinnamon Rolls from Tess Challis's book Radiance 4 Life - These are seriously delicious!! Will make a great energy packed snack for the kids this year!

raw cinnamon rolls! Vegan, gluten-free and refined-sugar free. #vegan #glutenfree #raw

Raw vegan cinnamon rolls (must try when I finally get a food processor!)

Simple Almond Cheese (recipe on blog) Nut cheeses are a great item to have in your raw food recipe collection. They are tasty, easily support the addition of many herbs and spices, and will impress your raw and non-raw friends a like! There are a couple of different ways to make nut cheeses.

Almond Pulp Mac­a­roon Balls: 1½ c almond meal...1 c shred­ded coconut...¼ c flax seeds...¼ t sea salt... ½ c yacon syrup...½ c raw almond but­ter... In a bowl, mix together dry ingre­di­ents. Add yacon syrup and almond but­ter. Mix together well. Using your hands, or ice cream scoop, form mix­ture into balls, place on oiled or parch­ment lined cookie sheet and refrig­er­ate for 30 min­utes.

Power Bars (S) *Replace honey with stevia and use skinny chocolate or dark chocolate.

zucchini almond dip... 1 cup almonds, soaked overnight 2 zucchinis, chopped 2 small cloves of garlic 1/2 lemon, juiced pinch of salt freshly ground black pepper 1. Place all ingredients in a blender/food processor and purée until the mixture is smooth, but has some texture to it. A little bit of crunch is good.

Make hummus using the left over nut pulp from making nut milk. I use almond butter instead of tahini because it is half the price. If you don't have a food processor, just use a blender but add more liquids (i added olive oil) DELICIOUS! And healthy.

Spicy Veggie “Stir Fry” Rice: 2 C Chopped Parsnips 2 Carrots 1/2 C Pine Nuts 3/4 C Broccoli, Chopped 1/2 C Mushrooms, sliced Finely chop parsnips, carrots, and pine nuts and place in bowl. If you are using a food processor to do this, you will want to do each separately. Combine with chopped broccoli and sliced mushrooms. (mushrooms not pictured)