We promised you 7 recipes in 7 days and we think you’ll love this 2nd one! Desserts are a weak spot for many of us, but they don’t have to be a guilty indulgence. If you plan ahead, you can actually fill your desserts with whole foods that will enrich you in some way.
Our Raw Vegan Lime & Cherry Tart is inspired by LA’s well-known vegan Cafe Gratitude. What makes it different than a typical vegan cheesecake is that the crust is made primarly with fresh grated coconut rather than nuts. There are also NO filler ingredients like potato starch, thickeners like guar gum or alcohol sweeteners that are Read More
With Ramadan fast approaching, we are committed to sharing as many recipes with you as possible. Whether you’re fasting or not, these recipes are easy to make ahead and fuel you for the day. Today’s recipe is a lemon and grapefruit curd, which is delicious on toast, hot cross buns, or even as a tart filing. Best of all, it is free of any refined sugar!
A word about grapefruit, admittedly it’s not the most popular fruit in our boxes, but it has so many health benefits it’s still important for us to include! To begin with, a grapefruit contains the average adult’s full daily vitamin C requirement. Several studies Read More
It was our 3rd birthday yesterday so we wanted to celebrate with a blueberry cheesecake recipe to end the week! Don’t worry though, we haven’t gone too crazy, this cake recipe is a vegan, refined sugar and gluten free recipe. If you skip roasting the cashews, it’s even raw too.
We’re still a young business, but we’ve already learned so much in our 3 years. When we started the business, it was only going to be a Corporate fruit box delivery service, but it’s turned into so much more. We’ve expanded into homes, gifting, and even events! Along side the business growth, we’ve also added 3 beautiful children to the Fruitful Day family. We Read More
If you’ve been following our blog this month, you’ll know we’ve been focusing on foods that can help you boost your energy levels. Choosing your ingredients carefully is the difference between the right kind of sugar, carbohydrates, and fats, which boost your energy levels and the wrong kind, which will leave you feeling tired and hungry a short time later.
Our last recipe of the month is an upside-down orange cake. Many people love to eat cake mid morning or mid afternoon as an energy boost when they are hitting a low. However, traditional cake made with flour and sugar is high glycemic which means it will spike your blood sugar Read More