Triple Layered Superfood Smoothie


Who doesn’t love a good smoothie?  I like to throw in some boosting superfoods to add extra nutritional value and help keep my energy high throughout the day.  Sunfood Superfoods (click the link to receive 10% off your first order) is by far my favorite brand for raw vegan goodies.   They carry organic, raw, gluten-free, vegan, high quality products that are completely pure and free of pesticides, herbicides, chemical fertilizers, solvents and additives.  They also sell personal care products, herbs, teas, spices and more I know you guys will LOVE them.  I also buy my dried mulberries from them in bulk, one of my favorite snacks!  ;)


  • 7 Banana (3 frozen)
  • Water from 1 Young Thai Coconut (or pure water)
  • 1/4 Cup Sunfood’ Carob Powder
  • 1 Tablespoon of Barley Grass Juice Powder (I get mine from Daily Green Boost)
  • 3 Mangos
  • 2 Teaspoons Sunfood Lucuma Powder
  • 2 Teaspoons Sunfood Mangosteen Powder
  • 1 Packet of Pitaya Plus
  • 1 Liter Mason Jar
  1. In a high-speed blender, blend bananas and coconut water together.
  2. Pour evenly in 3 separate bowls.
  3. Add one bowl back into the blender, add carob and barley grass juice powder.  Blend together and pour into a 1 liter jar.
  4. For the second layer, add the 2nd bowl of the banana mix into the blender along with the mangos, mangosteen powder, and lucuma powder.  Blend and CAREFULLY pour the mix into the jar with a spoon.  The spoon is key if you want to get straight layers.
  5. For the last layer, add the pitaya plus in a blender with the remaining bowl of banana mix. Blend, add another layer with a spoon.  Above this layer in the picture I added another round of the 3 layers (I saved a mix of each for this) on top.  Enjoy! Xx

**NOTE:  You do not need to make this smoothie into layers.  You can simply add ALL the ingredients together in a blender at once, blend and enjoy.  I just layered it to make it look pretty :)

Pineapple Kale Tacos


Happy Taco Tuesday!!!  When is comes to tacos, the possibilities are endless.  Today I am sharing with you one of my recipes that can be enjoyed as a taco or even as a delicious hearty salad depending on your mood.  That’s what I love about raw foods,  it is so versatile!  The tacos “shells” are made out of jicama which has a beautiful crispy crunchy texture when you bite into it raw.  It has a mild sweet flavor but when dehydrated, that sweetness is much more pronounced and becomes soft and bendy, perfect to use as a taco shells!  If you don’t have a dehydrator don’t worry… you don’t have to have one to enjoy this dish.  Just add the stuffing on top and eat as a tostadas ;)




Serves 1-2

Taco Shells

  • 2-3 X-Large Jicamas (peeled and sliced as thin as possible)



  • 2 Cups Kale (shredded)
  • 2 Cups Pineapple (diced)
  • 2 Cups Zucchinni (diced)
  • 2 Cups Tomatoes (diced)
  • 1 Cup Red Onion (diced)
  • 1 Cup Strawberries (diced)
  • 1/2 Avocado (diced)



  • 2 Scallions
  • 2 Tomatillos
  • 2 Tablespoons Fresh Lime Juice
  • 1/2 Avocado
  • 1/2 – 1 cup Cilantro (depending on your taste)


  1. Place thinly sliced jicama pieces into a dehydrator for 3-4 hours (or until soft enough to fold) on 115 degrees.
  2. Add filling into a large bowl.
  3. Blend all the dressing ingredients together and pour over filling, mix well.
  4. When the jiamca is soft enough to fold, take out of the dehydrator, add filling, fold and ENJOY!! Xx




Thai Garden Salad


Enjoy your garden vegetables this summer with some Asian-inspired flare!  I created this blog to give you healthy, simple and delicious recipes that don’t take much time to make so you and your family can spend more time together bonding over meals.  This recipe is definitely a winner and all the veggies will have you feeling harmonious on […]

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Mango Zoodle Stew


Hello everyone!  Yesterday was Easter and I made this wonderful recipe for dinner to share with family and friends.  It is just too good not to share with all of you too!  I come from a big Italian family so growing up I ate pasta at least twice a week.  How can one give up pasta?  Grab yourself […]

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Soursop Parfait with Chia Seed Pudding


This tropical parfait contains soursop fruit which tastes just like a sweet and tarty rainbow sherbet, delicious! My husband and I split these two bites of heaven for breakfast, so good!  While there are claims that soursop has cancer fighting health benefits, it is suggested to only have a some amount at time.  Make sure you remove […]

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Omega Smoothie


  Hello from sunny Puerto Rico everyone!  I just wanted to post this recipe for you all quickly because it is one of my absolute FAVORITES I’ve been making for almost a year!   Hemp and Chia seeds are excellent to add into your smoothies to help balance your Omega 3s and 6s.   Chia seeds […]

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Raw On The Go: 34 Snacks To Keep You Fueled eBook!!


I am so excited and grateful the universe has allowed me to present you with 34 healthy sweet and savory raw vegan snacks!  This book is a natural extension of my blog.  I’ve always loved  experimenting in the kitchen and creating delicious dishes for people to enjoy.  It was also inspired by YOU and all […]

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Mint Pea Soup


Hello everyone!   I’m going to keep this post quick, I have been busy and extremely excited working on my upcoming eBook!   I made this recipe a couple of weeks ago while my sister-in-law was over.  I love when non-raw or non-vegan friends/family try my food and end up devouring it!  The more appetizing […]

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Orange Munchkins


I’m going to start a “10 Raw Snacks on the Go” series here on the blog!  I recieved several emails from people telling me that they reach for unhealthy foods (or even skip eating) at work or school because they get so caught up in what they are doing.  So, I will be posting different recipes every […]

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Coconut Chia Seed Yogurt with Turmeric


Hello everyone!!  I celebrated my birthday on the 15th of this month and traveled to sunny Puerto Rico with my husband and brother.  We had the most wonderful, healing time discovering new places around the island.  On my birth day, we went to El Yunque National Rainforest and the energy there is indescribable!  We visited beaches, collected […]

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