Chocolate Bliss Superfood Drink

This is my go-to breakfast drink, my late afternoon snack and what I grab when I know I’m going to be out of the house for hours. I make it by the gallon and keep it in the fridge so I always have high-quality, super-tasty, easy to consume, easy to digest, super-nutritious food available. Check out the mega-ingredients in this amazing alchemical superfood blend, listed at the bottom of the recipe page (click on the link above). If you haven’t tasted it yet, come to one of our events or contact us to find out how to sample its goodness.

Green Melange Superfood Breakfast Blend

This is step two of my breakfast routine. It is a high-powered, dark green alkaline blend, loaded with vitamins, trace minerals, antioxidants, phytonutrients, beneficial oils, protein. I also have a shot glass containing 1/2 tsp. of live B Complex mixed with water on the side. Then I’m ready to go for hours and hours and hours.

Spicy Thai Cabbage Salad

  • easy to make & satisfying – a great recipe for new raw-foodies
  • makes a large quantity of food that will keep in the fridge for many days
  • mineral-rich, alkalizing, high-protein, low-fat, low-sugar, high-fiber
  • use it as a filling for collard wraps or nori rolls, as a salad addition, or all by itself
  • one of my favorite dishes!

Massaged Kale with Sea Veggies

  • savory, easy to digest, satisfying – tastes like stir-fry, but it’s not!
  • mineral-rich, alkalizing, high-protein, low-fat, low-sugar, high-fiber
  • keeps for 2-3 days in the fridge
  • great for entertaining, even “conventional eaters” love it!

Spicy Italian “Meat” Balls

  • these won’t stick around long – they’re easy to make and they taste AWESOME!
  • if you don’t have a dehydrator, just eat it as a paté!

Chia Pomodoro

  • easy to make, keeps for up to a week (or more) in the fridge
  • tastes like a thick, creamy/cheesy, spicy Italian tomato sauce over pasta
  • high in essential fatty acids (esp. omega-3)
  • loaded with vitamins A, B, C, E, K & lycopene
  • protein-rich, mineral-rich, high-fiber, low-glycemic
  • super-filling & nutritious!

Fiesta Molé Soup

Fiesta Molé is a wonderful savory, spicy superfood blend, based on tomato and chocolate. It’s an easy way to add flavor and a broad range of nutrients to salads, soups, dressings. Here’s my version of a quick superfood soup. I often make it in the morning to take with me when I have a busy, away-from-home day. Check out the wonderful list of ingredients in the Fiesta Molé powder, listed under the recipe (click on the link above).

Creamy Sea of Green Soup

  • savory, easy to digest, satisfying
  • mineral-rich, alkalizing, high-protein, low-sugar, high-fiber
  • make in the morning or the night before for a quick, on-the-go lunch
  • makes a great appetizer or main course

Hemp Seed Mayonnaise

  • a great raw, organic, vegan version
  • tastes like the “real” thing (pun intended)
  • high in essential fatty acids and protein, low-glycemic
  • easy to make
  • use as a base for dressings – add other flavors!
  • keeps well in fridge

Chia Pudding

  • easy to make, keeps for days in the fridge
  • slightly sweet, tastes like tapioca or rice pudding
  • high in essential fatty acids, protein-rich, mineral-rich, high-fiber, low-glycemic

Super Simple Super Fudge

  • quick & healthy!
  • great for gifts or for entertaining
  • high in essential fatty acids, protein-rich, mineral-rich, high-fiber, low-glycemic
  • make enough to keep on hand – keeps well in fridge or freezer


  • crunchy dried, sprouted buckwheat
  • great in granolas and snacks
  • recommend making a large quantity and keeping in the fridge as a staple

Raw Blueberry Coconut Cake

  • easy to make
  • totally yummy
  • tastes like blueberry cheesecake, without the cheese!
  • and it looks beautiful, too!

Raw Apple Pie

An absolute favorite at fall & winter holiday parties… I’ve been told on numerous occasions that this one tastes much better than the baked version, and it’s way healthier, too!

Irish Moss

Used as a thickener in raw food recipes such as pie fillings, puddings, sauces and smoothies. This is how I make mine.

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