SuperHealthy SuperBowl SuperSnacks

If you are invited to watch the game at a friends or expecting guests at your place, there’s no rule against providing healthy alternatives to your favorite comfort foods.   Raw Fusion is a realistic and enjoyable lifestyle — you can meet your health and fitness goals by making simple, yet delicious changes to the dishes your family favors.  These recipes are vegan-optional and gluten-free, raw and raw fusion.

STRAWBERRY AMBROSIA SALAD  — Not the way Grandma used to make hers, but this one is so refreshing and will delight the kid in all of us.  See the recipe below this instructional video I made for eHow.com.  Orange blossom water is optional but it has such an incredible taste impact!  You can find this at a specialty store or Indian and Middle Eastern groceries.

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STRAWBERRY AMBROSIA SALAD
Ingredients:
2 bananas, sliced
1/2 pint fresh strawberries, sliced
2 tangerines, peeled and separated into segments
3 pineapple spears, chopped
Juice from 1 orange
Zest from 1 orange
1 tsp. orange blossom water
1/3 cup shredded dried coconut
3 vegan or regular marshmallows chopped into small pieces.
Optional:  honey or agave to sweeten, if needed. Assemble chopped and sliced fruits.  In a small bowl mix the zest, orange juice and orange blossom water.  Pour over fruits and chill for 1-2 hours.  Sprinkle on coconut and marshmallows before serving.

CREAMY DILL RANCH DRESSING— Who doesn’t love a nice ranch dip with veggies or toast?  This one is fully raw, vegan and dairy free – made with cashews that have been soaked an hour or two to change their consistency.  This makes a wonderful salad dressing and will thicken slightly when refrigerated and can be stored (covered) for up to 5 days in the fridge.  Recipe below the eHow video.

Ingredients:
1 cup of raw cashews, soaked for 20-30 minutes, rinsed and drained
¾ cup of filtered water
2 TB. apple cider vinegar
3 sprigs fresh dill (leaves only) or 1-2 TB. dried dil
1 ½ TB. nutritional yeast
Celtic sea salt to taste

Directions:  Blend all ingredients in a high-speed blender until smooth.  Taste and adjust accordingly.  Serve with fresh carrots and other crudites or as a salad dressing.

DON’T FORGET DESSERT!

And if you are looking for the PERFECT, yet healthy dessert option, check out my previous blog on “Peanut Butter Joy Bites” with an eHow.com instructional video.  These seriously taste like a cross between Reese’s peanut butter cups, Almond Joys and Mr. Goodbar!

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Author, therapist, raw foods chef, natural wellness expert, and creator of Worksite Wellness and Heart Healthy Living, Dr. Rose has over 25 years of experience as a hypnotherapist. She has published numerous books and has appeared on Daytime TV and over 75 eHow videos. Most recently, she has pioneered an affordable online Holistic Health & Life Coaching program and S-Tox™: A Smarter Way to Detox.

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  1. rawfusionliving

    May 03. 2012

    Please send more details to lj@rawfusionliving.com. Thanks.

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