Eating raw can be a diet that can leave you feeling a little uninspired. It’s a challenging, but healthy way to eat, so why not make it a little more exciting? With the ability to mix and match natural flavors, creating raw recipes will allow you to fully understand the flavors of natural foods so you can create delicious suppers. The best part about raw meals is how colorful they are. Fill you plate with greens, oranges, reds, pinks, purples and blues to achieve a balanced and beautiful meal.

1. Detox Salad

Create this salad when your body is needing some TLC.

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2. Raw Vegan Pizza

You don’t need to miss out on pizza just because you’re eating raw! This pizza will fill you up quickly and infuse your body with all those great nutrients.

3. Raw Sweet Potato Satay Salad

Sweet potato is a great way to incorporate some sweet notes into an otherwise savoury and spicy meal.

4. Asian Cucumber Sesame Salad

Do you know that cucumbers are amazing for your body? With hydrating elements, cucumbers can help clear up your skin and keep you hydrated!

5. Raw Super Sprouts Pad Thai

This Pad Thai looks complicated but it’s actually quite simple! If you love sprouts, this meal is for you.

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6. Raw Romaine Taco Boats

Needing some Taco Tuesday love? This raw meal is perfect for you! Top with a little hummus or salsa.

7. Green Salad with Oranges, Beets and Avocado

Sometimes, less is more! Throw together this raw salad in a just a couple minutes and fill your body with tons of antioxidants.

8. Detox Rainbow Roll-Ups with Peanut Sauce

Even if you’re not eating raw, these detox rainbow roll ups look mouth wateringly good. Hummus would really take these to the next level.

9. Guacamole Chickpea Salad

Craving a little guac with some protein? This salad is for you!

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10. Magical Summer Rolls

If there’s one type of produce that makes every raw meal look amazing, it’s rainbow beets. Don’t forget to snap some photos of these raw beauties before digging in.

Lindsay Duncan

Lindsay loves cooking fun and creative meals for friends and family. At home, you can find her trying out a new recipe found on Pinterest while trying to balance her husband's sweet tooth with her healthy eating habits. If she's not in the kitchen, you'll find Lindsay photographing people she loves and going out with friends to try the newest restaurant in her small town.

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