This recipe makes 9 cups of Green smoothie.

1 head of spinach
3 cups of almond milk
1 cup of coconut milk
1.5 cups of lemon juice
3 avocados
3 very ripe bananas
2 TBLSPS of raw honey
5 ice cubes


  • 4 dates
  • 1/2 banana
  • 2 tbs with mixed berries
  • 1 dl soy milk with vanila
  • 3dl orange juice (without sugar)

Mix it all together in your blender, and enjoy a lovely smoothie!


About 6 bars

1.5 cups dates (or mix)
1 cup nuts (i.e. raw cashews, almonds, pecans, or mix)
Pinch of salt


  1. Pit the dates and place in a bowl.
  2. Turn the dates into a paste. I use a knife and cut them in small pieces. If you do it in a blender or food processor, the dates stick to the knifes.
  3. Place the nuts in a food processor, hand slicer or do it by hand with a sharp knife or cleaver. Process them but don’t blend to a powder. The bars taste better with tiny pieces of nuts in them.
  4. Add the nuts to the dates and mix. This is easiest with your hands. Mix until fully combined.
  5. Take the doughy and make 2 long “snakes”. Then flatten the top and edges with a wooden spoon. Cut each “square snake” into 3-4 pieces.
  6. You may wrap each one in baking paper (or plastic wrap). You can even put stickers on the wrap or draw on the paper to really surprise yourself, partner or kids.
  7. Store them in the fridge until ready to eat.
  8. They travel well, are a great afternoon snack and make happy kids if you put them in their lunch box.


  1. This is just the basic recipe. Your variations are limitless. Mix dates with figs, apricots, dried apple, raisins, goji berries or try (a) different (combination) of nuts. It’s also delicious with hemp seed or sesame seeds. Just make sure the proportions are bout 1,5 fruit and 1 nuts. Add vanilla, cinnamon, chocolate powder or lemon juice for extra delicious taste.

(source : The best of raw food)

  • 1 cucumber

  • 1 avocado (small cubes)

  • 1 tomato small cubes)

  • Squeeze of lime

  • salt & (cayenne)pepper

  1. Peel the cucumber (optional)
  2. Cut cucumber lengthwise and horizontally. You now have 4 long “boats”.
  3. With a spoon, scoop out the inner (soft) part of the cucumber.
  4. Put all other ingredients in a bowl. Mix gently.
  5. Fill the inner part of the cucumber with the avocado mixture.
  6. Eat as “boats” or put the other (empty) half of the cucumber on top of the filled one. (You have now a “whole” cucumber. Wrap with plastic wrap. Perfect for when on the go.


  1. Try this recipe with tapenade, pesto, nut pate, nut cheese, mellon or other filling!
  2. Great in your lunch box or on the go.

This recepie I got from the best of raw food. Eay to make and easy to eat! Enjoy!

  • Tomatoes
  • Onions

Just add together and put some olive oil on :)