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    DIY Christmas Hampers- all the recipes to make your own raw vegan gifts

    DIY Christmas Hampers- all the recipes to make your own raw vegan gifts

    Prior to moving to the UK from NZ  (9.5 years ago now... Whaaaat!), Christmas Day always meant a full day of sun, sand, family fun and picnic feasting at Piha beach.

    We always had the very best of times and although there wasn't a thing to complain about while being brought up in the Southern Hemisphere, I must admit that I also adore the polar opposite Christmas festivities which London has to offer.

    And now that I have a family of my own, every single moment of Christmas time is all the more special.

    Also, I literally could not be more grateful that I have this time of year to get fully absorbed in and take my mind off the discomforts of final month of my pregnancy with No2.

    And how fun is it to visit Santa's Grottos!!? So fun!

    Here we are just last night:

    Tanya Maher Santa's Grotto London

     

    Super into anything and everything FESTIVE this year, I got a major urge to create and have been spending all of my days (and nights) recently making our Raw Organic Christmas Gift Hampers. 

    Did you see? tanyasliving.com/collections/raw-organic-christmas-hampers

     

    I realise that not all of you live in the UK to order yours and some of you have just purchased a dehydrator and are super keen to put it to good use this Christmas...

    Soooo, I put together a whole recipe collection that covers every single yummy item in my own hampers.

     

     

    Pick and choose what you'd like to make and if you post it on social, remember to tag #TanyasChristmas so I can find your pics and like them a million times!

     

     

    Tanya's Festive Grawnola

    Tanya Maher Raw Food Christmas Recipes Vegan DIY Gift Hampers

     

    1 cup almonds, soaked overnight

    1 cup sprouted buckwheat*

    3/4 cup sunflower seeds, soaked overnight

    1/2 cup pecans/walnuts, soaked overnight

    1/2 cup oats

    1/2 cup cranberries (I use cranberries that have been preserved in apple juice)

    1.5 cups dates, soaked overnight

    1/2 cup water from soaking dates

    1/4 cup coconut palm sugar

    2 tbsp Tanya’s Chai Mix (Cinnamon, coconut palm sugar, clove, cardamom, all spice, nutmeg, ginger, coriander)

     

    -Process almonds, sunflower seeds and walnuts/pecans only for a few seconds in the Food Processor, until roughly chopped. What you are looking for are shards and fragments of nuts, as though you were roughly chopping them with a knife. Careful not to over-do or you'll create a paste.

    -Stir all the chopped/processed nuts together with buckwheat, oats and cranberries in a large bowl.

    -Process all the dates, coconut sugar and spices to a smooth paste in a Food Processor. You may need to stop and scrape down the sides a few times.

    -Pour this paste over all the nuts and mix everything really well using your hands.

    -Distribute the mixture over a few dehydrator teflex sheets in rough chunks, making sure you don't have really thick pieces or they will take forever to dehydrate. 

    -After 6-10 hours, transfer onto mesh sheets and dehydrate for another 20-24 hours until dry and crunchy.

    -Store in an airtight container.

     

     

    *TO SPROUT BUCKWHEAT

     

    3/4 cup raw buckwheat groats

    water

    -Cover with plenty of water and leave to soak for 4 hours.

    -Pour the water out and rinse the buckwheat in cold water 4-5 times. The liquid will be really gooey, so you are looking to continue rinsing until only thin water leaves the buckwheat, no goo.

    -Distribute the buckwheat over a tray and leave at room temperature for 24 hours, rinsing 2-3 times in cold water over this time. 

     

     

    Tanya's Christmas Mince Pies

    Tanya Maher Raw Food Christmas Recipes Vegan DIY Gift Hampers

     

    For the crust

    150g almonds

    100g cashews

    1/2 cup (75g) buckwheat flour

    1/2 cup (65g) oat flour

    1 tbsp chia seeds, ground

    3 tbsp water

    1/4 cup (60g) maple syrup

    1/2 tsp Himalayan salt

     

    -Process all the almonds, cashews and flours in a good processor with an S blade, till powder like.

    -In a separate bowl, stir ground chia seeds with water till well combined without clumps.

    -Add the chia paste, maple and salt to the food processor and blend till you get a dough-like consistency. You may need to scrape down the sides a couple of times.

    -Line a shallow 12 muffin tray with cling film. Distribute the dough mixture evenly among all muffin moulds, pressing in gently to take the shape of the mould.

    -Place the full tray into a dehydrator set to 48 degrees C, for 12 hours. Carefully remove the crusts one at a time and transfer onto mesh trays of the dehydrator. Return to dehydrate for a further 24 hours.

    Tanya Maher Raw Food Christmas Recipes Vegan DIY Gift Hampers

     

    For the filling

    1.5 cups sultanas

    1/4 cup quality brandy*

    3/4 cup dried apricots

    1/2 cup dried cranberries

    zest of 2 oranges

    1/3 cup orange or pineapple juice

    1/4 goji berries

    1 tbsp Tanya’s chai blend (cinnamon, coconut palm sugar, clove, cardamom, all spice, nutmeg, ginger, coriander)

    20 drops sweet orange essential oil

    10 drops cardamom essential oil

     

    *To check whether your brandy (or any wine, beer or liquor) is vegan, check out http://www.barnivore.com

     

    -Pour the brandy over sultanas and leave to absorb for 2-3 hours.

    -Mix apricots, cranberries, orange zest and juice in a separate bowl. Leave to soak for 2-3 hours also.

    -Place all the ingredients into a food processor with an S blade and pulse till well combined but still slightly chunky.

    -Scoop the filling into ready bases, smoothing out the surface as you go.

     

     

    For the icing

    1 cup cashews, soaked 4-8 hours

    1/4 cup xylitol or erythritol

    1/4 cup extra virgin coconut oil, melted

    1 tbsp lemon juice

     

    -Rinse the soaked cashews, then blend everything in a high speed blender till creamy.

    -Scoop a spoonful over each pie, spread to the surface or leave like a dollop of snow fall. Decorate if you wish!

     

     

    You can also make a simplified version of my Christmas Mince Pies, which requires no dehydrator at all. Take a look here: tanyasliving.com/blogs/tanyas-blog/christmas-in-the-raw-no-dehydrator-needed

     

     

    Tanya's Christmas Pudding

     

    For the puds

    165g walnuts, soaked overnight

    100g hazelnuts, soaked overnight

    120g sultanas 

    25ml quality brandy*

    65g dried figs

    50g cranberries

    35g dried apricots

    6g orange peel

    juice of 1/3 orange (20ml)

    60g carob powder

    1 tbsp (10g) Tanya’s Chai Mix (Cinnamon, coconut palm sugar, clove, cardamom, all spice, nutmeg, ginger, coriander)

    10 drops sweet orange essential oil

     

    *To check whether your brandy (or any wine, beer or liquor) is vegan, check out http://www.barnivore.com

     

    -Pour the brandy over sultanas and leave to absorb for 2-3 hours.

    -Mix figs, apricots, cranberries, orange zest and juice in a separate bowl. Leave to soak for 2-3 hours also.

    -Place all the ingredients into a food processor with an S blade and pulse till well combined. You may need to scrape the sides once in a while and pulse your machine.

    -I use a medium sized ice cream scoop to form standing puds, then smooth them out with my hands, but you can also roll a ball and press it onto non-stick sheets to create a bit of a base.

      

    For the icing

    1 cup cashews, soaked 4-8 hours

    1/4 cup xylitol or erythritol

    1/4 cup extra virgin coconut oil, melted

    1 tbsp lemon juice

     

    -Rinse the soaked cashews, then blend everything in a high speed blender till creamy.

    -Scoop a spoonful over each pudding and leave like a dollop of snow fall. Decorate as you wish!

     

     

     

    Tanya's Salted Caramel Fortune Dates

     

    12 pitted dates

    1/3 cup grated cacao butter, melted

    1/4 cup grated cacao paste, melted

    2 tbsp maple syrup

    2 tbsp Algarroba powder

    1/2 tsp Himalayan salt

    1/3 squirt Medicinal Flower caramel extract

    Optional: desiccated coconut for sprinkling

     

    -Print 12 of your favourite quotes* or feel good wishes* and messages*, roll them up, wrap in a little cling film and insert each into a date. Transfer dates to a freezer to cool for a minimum of 1 hour.

    -Melt your cacao butter and paste in a double boiler, remove from heat and add the remaining ingredients. Stir gently until the mixture cools down slightly and is no longer thin and runny.

    -Drop in a date, one at a time, immediately removing it so it doesn’t cool down (and solidify) the remaining chocolate in the bowl. Sprinkle some coconut if using. Continue to coat the dates in this way. 

     

    *If you need some inspiration for what lovely messages you can print, take a look at this collection: tanyasliving.com/blogs/tanyas-blog/inspirational-quotes-of-the-year

      

    Tanya's BBQ Spiced Nuts

     

    250g pumpkin seeds, soaked

    150g walnuts, soaked

    140g almonds, soaked

    110g hazelnuts, soaked

    110g Brazil nuts, soaked

    40g maple syrup

    20g extra virgin olive oil

    15g Himalayan salt

    10g garlic powder

    10g nutritional yeast

    9g sweet smoked paprika

    7g coconut palm sugar

    4g ground coriander

    3g coconut flour

    3g dried mixed herbs

     

    -Rinse all the nuts, place them in a tupperware container, then drizzle in maple syrup and olive oil.

    -In a separate bowl, mix all of the dry ingredients/spices and then sprinkle them over the nuts and cover with lid. Shake the container so coating covers all of the nuts and seeds evenly.

    -Spread over mesh trays of your dehydrator and dehydrate for 35 hours at 48 degrees C.

     

    Tanya's Coconut Jerky

     

    360g young coconut meat (about 2 cups)

    3 tablespoons date paste (this is just soaked dates blended in the water they were soaking in)

    2 tablespoons garam masala

    2 tablespoons tamari

    1 teaspoon Himalayan salt

      

    -Scrape off any rough bits from the coconut flesh and slice it into long 1 centimetre strips.

    -Transfer all the ingredients to a large bowl and stir them together using your hands.

    -Distribute over 2 teflex sheets so the coconut strips aren’t bunched together. Dehydrate at 47 degrees C for 5 hours, transfer onto mesh trays and dehydrate for another 5-15 hours depending on whether you prefer these chewy or crunchy.

     

    Tanya's Festive Truffles

     

    1/2 cup maple syrup

    1/3 cup extra virgin coconut oil, melted

    1/3 cup cacao powder

    zest of 2 oranges

    2 tbsp Tanya’s Chai Mix (Cinnamon, coconut palm sugar, clove, cardamom, all spice, nutmeg, ginger, coriander)

     

    200g 70% dark raw chocolate

     

    -Blend all the truffle ingredients (except the raw chocolate) in a blender and pour the sauce into a lined container.

    -Freeze to set for 2 hours, then cut into desired size squares and return to the freezer.

    -Grate the block of chocolate and melt it in a double boiler. 

    -One at a time, enrobe the frozen truffle squares by placing each on a fork and pouring the melted chocolate over every side for an even coat.

     

     

    And now it's your turn!

     

    P.S. If you're still after more recipes or maybe some savoury meals to go with your Christmas Feast, there's more in my downloadable book:

     

     

     

    P.P.S. If you'd rather I make this hamper of dreams for you, then check out what's on offer. (Those dates below are dispatch dates FYI, actual delivery dates will be 1-3 days later)

     

     

     

    Raw Layered Red Velvet Cake

    Tanya Maher's Raw Vegan Red Velvet Cake Dairy-free Gluten-free

    Firstly... THIS comment:

    "Tanya Maher's cake was incredible- the first non beetroot tasting beetroot red velvet cake I've ever had - and want to make."

    - Anna Mendonca after my demo at The Wellbeing Now Seminar

     

    Secondly... THIS picture:

    Tanya Maher pregnant

    There's a very happy baby boy inside getting so many benefits from all the beetroot I've been feeding him... But seriously, how is THAT bump only 7 months? 

     

    Thirdly... THESE benefits:

     beetroot beet powerful benefits for skin, pregnancy, iron, vitamin c

    (Screenshot taken from @earthyandy post on Instagram. So perfectly timed as we're both pregnant and I was just starting to wonder why I'm enjoying beets so much lately)

     

    Finally... Why are you still here reading and not making this beauty?

    Oh and you do remember that THEEE SALE ends at 23:59 GMT tonight, right? Equipment, books, superfoods and supplements- up to 65% off!>>

     

     

    RAW RED VELVET CAKE

    Serves 8-12

     

    Tanya Maher's Raw Red Velvet Cake

    For the red cake

    3 cups almond meal (left from making milk out of 4-5 cups soaked almonds)*

    1/2 cup + 1 tbsp  beetroot juice (from about 2 beets)**

    8 medjool dates, de-stoned or 16 soft pitted dates

    4 tbsp xylitol

    3 tbsp cacao powder

    ½ vanilla pod, seeds only

    ½ tsp Himalayan salt

     

    For the icing

    2 cups cashews, soaked overnight

    3/4 cup extra virgin coconut oil, melted

    1/3 cup + 2 tbsp xylitol

    juice of 1 lemon (4 tbsp)

    ½ vanilla pod, seeds only

     

    For the optional decorations

    goji berries

    mulberries

    edible flowers

     

    *The prepared almond milk will keep for up to 5 days in the fridge and actually is an amazing accompaniment to this cake. Otherwise make superfood shakes or freeze in ice cube trays to use in smoothies later. I make my almond milk blending 1 cup soaked nuts + 2.5 or 3 cups water + 3 pitted dates + pinch salt, then straining.

    **If you don’t have a juicer, use a blender. Blend up the beetroot and strain the juice through a nut bag/ cheese cloth. I blend approx. 3 small beets with 1/3 cups water.

    -For the icing, firstly scrape out the seeds from a whole vanilla pod. To do so, slice the pod in half lengthwise, then use a teaspoon to literally scrape all the seeds out until the inside of the pod is dry.

    -Blend all the icing ingredients till creamy. Transfer to the fridge while making the cake. (Be sure not to leave it there to solidify fully, we just want to cool it to a spreadable consistency).

    -Process all the red cake ingredients in a food processor with an S blade.

    -Now for the tricky/fun part: divide the red cake mixture into three equal parts, take one part and distribute it along the bottom of a 7 inch cake tin with a removable base (wrap the base in cling film), firmly pressing it down with your hand or a soft spatula. The trick here is not to spread a layer of icing and then add another layer of cake, as it will all turn into one big mess when you try and make a firm smooth layer of the cake again… so…

    -Carefully remove the layer of cake with the base and flip it over onto a clean serving plate. Remove the metal base, then the cling film. Spread a layer of icing on top. Repeat this process of creating the red cake layer two more times, each time carefully removing it out of the cake tin, placing on top of the frosting layer and icing it again.

    -When all three layers of red cake and icing are structured into a cake, use the remainder of the frosting to cover the sides of your cake, until the red colour is no longer peeking through.

    -Decorate with berries / dried fruit of your choice.

    -Place in the fridge for a minimum of 4 hours to set, then slice with a sharp knife, wiping it clean with a paper towel in-between.

     

    Tanya Maher's Raw Vegen Red Velvet Cake Gluten Free Dairy Free

    Tanya Maher's Raw Vegen Red Velvet Cake Gluten Free Dairy Free

    Tanya Maher's Raw Vegen Red Velvet Cake Gluten Free Dairy Free

    Tanya Maher's Raw Vegen Red Velvet Cake Gluten Free Dairy Free

    Tanya Maher's Raw Vegen Red Velvet Cake Gluten Free Dairy Free

    Tanya Maher's Raw Vegen Red Velvet Cake Gluten Free Dairy Free

    Tanya Maher's Raw Vegen Red Velvet Cake Gluten Free Dairy Free

    Tanya Maher's Raw Vegen Red Velvet Cake Gluten Free Dairy Free

    Tanya Maher's Raw Vegen Red Velvet Cake Gluten Free Dairy Free

    Tanya Maher pregnancy 

     

     

     

    The world's most nutritious ice block

    The world's most nutritious ice block

    I reckon if there was a competition for the healthiest and most nutrient dense ice cream that kids actually enjoy, this recipe could very well be IT!

    It's easy to make in any blender and any ice block mould (or improvise with a baking tray like I've done below). And just take a look at the health benefits of the ingredients:

     

     

    Pili nuts:   These are my latest obsession and are possibly the most delicious nut ever. They taste like a blend of macadamia, cashew and brazil nut. The Raw & Wild brand which we stock at Tanya's already comes activated, so if you have a powerful blender, there's no need to soak! Pili nuts are ultra high in Vitamin E, magnesium, manganese, thiamine/vitamin B1, phosphorus and copper. They are also great for getting extra iron, zinc and calcium in you! This cocktail of nutrients is quite literally amazing for everything from healthy hair and nails to top immune system and bone health to better sleep and controlling your blood sugar levels to improving mood, brain function and even vision!

    Udo's Choice Oil Blend:  This oil blend of essential fats derived from flax, sunflower seed, sesame seed, evening primrose and coconut is honestly magical! It provides all the Omega 3s and 6s you need in one day in a single spoonful. Aside from being incredible for your skin and brain function, I add this to my family's recipes for great digestion. I'm so eager to have you giving it to your family that I've arranged a special 20% off discount for you... Simply go to the Udo's Choice website and enter promo code BETTERRAW at check out for the whole store!

    Mango:  Most of you might agree that no other fruit compares to a sweet ripe aromatic creamy mango. It therefore comes as a surprise to many that mangos are jam packed with nutrients which help combat diabetes, promote smoother elimination, protect against free radicals, strengthen bones and improve joints.

    Apple juice:  When you use freshly squeezed apple juice (or buy cold-pressed!), it gives you extra enzymes for energy and every bodily function really. Apple juice contains lots of Vitamin C, so it's great for the immune system. It even cleanses the liver! Please only ever use organic apples though, because if you juice conventional, you're consuming all the pesticides, herbicides and chemicals that come with them, no matter how hard you scrub your apples.

     

    Creamy Raw Vegan Ice Blocks

    2 x Ripe Mangos, peeled and de-stoned

    1 x 70g pack Original Pili Nuts (buy at Tanya's, Whole Foods UK, Planet Organic, etc)

    300ml x Organic Apple Juice

    3 tablespoons x Udo's Choice Oil Blend (see promo code above)

    Optional (advised for fussy kids): 60g Maple Syrup

     

    -If you don't have a high powered blender, soak the pili nuts in water for 4-6 hours, otherwise use straight out of packet.

    -Transfer all the ingredients into your blender and blend till creamy. Note: if using maple syrup, it is likely to taste too sweet, but don't worry because sweetness dulls once frozen.

    -Transfer into ice block moulds, insert a wooden stick and transfer to the freezer for a minimum of 4 hours.

    [We were in NZ at this time and didn't have our ice lolly moulds handy, so I found this baking tray and folded some tin foil inside to the point which held the right amount of mixture, so that the sticks had plenty of support]:

     

    In this below pic, Lake is 1, her cousin Stanley is [almost] 4 and cousin Theo is 2,5. At this age, Lake hasn't had anything sweet apart from fruits, so she was super into the ice-block and ate up the entire thing! For the boys, I wish I added the optional maple syrup, they would've finished more than 1/3 and got all those amazing nutrients into them.

    You know your kiddies and their fussiness best, so keep that in mind when contemplating the additional maple syrup- the overall sweetness of anything will always dull when food freezes. 

    raw vegan ice cream

     

    If you'd love to know more tricks for sneaking vital nutrients and vitamins into your children's lunches, as well learn some seriously delicious recipes that your 2-11 year olds won't even realise are healthy, my next class is for you!...  

     

    Berry Pie for glowing skin

    Berry Pie for glowing skin

    This dessert featured on my 'How to Eat for Beautiful Skin' workshop last month and since so many of you wrote me about this class, I decided to share one of the recipes as well as some key info, here for everyone :)

    In class we learned about where to begin in order to improve your skin's elasticity, heal acne, smooth out bumps and blemishes, avoid flareups, bring out your natural glow and even how to visibly minimise some of those wrinkles...

    The first step always begins in your gut.

    Healing your gut is a massive subject and may involve quite a different journey for most individuals, but the root of the cause is nearly always the same. And it's to do with your digestion.

    If you're not able to break down certain foods, if your system is quite blocked up, if you don't cleanse often, don't fast for long enough (think late dinner and big breakfast), don't get enough fibre or water, if you mix starches and proteins (think mac'n cheese, chicken and rice, baked potatoes with cream), if you have food sensitivities (80% of people don't realise they do!), if you get sleepy or sluggish after meals, etc etc etc... it's very likely that your body is trying hard to communicate that your digestion is not in order either through pain, like bloating and belly aches or visually by displaying signs all over your skin. 

    In my classes, we always focus on good digestion and this pie recipe very much falls into the easily digestive category. 

    KEY TAKEAWAY: If it's easily digestible, it's good for your skin!

     

    tanya maher raw food recipes

     

    How is this recipe different to other raw recipes?

    1. The base is not made out of dry nuts, it's all seeds. Nuts require soaking to remove the enzyme inhibitors and make them gentler on our tummies, but the cake would fall apart if we were to use soaked nuts. Seeds are easily digestible without the soaking step.

    2. The cream has nuts (cashews) which have been soaked and rinsed.

    3. Dried fruit and nuts combo falls under the Food Combination To Avoid when you're improving your digestion. With one exception- prunes. Usually a base contains some sort of nut or seed or coconut concoction and then on top of that there are also cashews in the cream. Nuts galore. Then for the base to stick together- dates and raisins are used a lot. They are of course an incredible snack to eat on their own as they provide fibre and slow releasing sugars for long lasting energy, but sadly when mixed with nuts- they confuse the system and can make you feel bloated. Prunes contain sorbitol which is a natural laxative, so they actually support the natural stages of digestion, help break down what ever food they are taken with (also helping you to assimilate its nutrients) and promote swift movement through your gut, which is all about the satisfying elimination.

    4. The cake contains lots of blueberries, cacao powder and additional maqui berry powder, which are all super high in antioxidants. Eating foods rich in these free-radical-fighting-substances will strengthen your immune system and protect your cells. Key to healthy skin.

    5. The coconut oil, sunflower seeds and hemp seeds contain healing essential fats, that work for your digestion like water works for a long and winding water slide. Without the water, it would take a long time to get down the slide, you'd stick to the sides, work way harder than you should and you won't enjoy the ride. Most fat is not even stored as fat, so it's time we start counting nutrients instead of calories.

     

    At last, the recipe...

    BERRY & CHOCOLATE PIE FOR GLOWING SKIN

     

    For the crust

    200g prunes

    75g sunflower seeds

    75g hemp seeds

    55g cacao powder

    ½ teaspoon Himalayan salt

     

    For the filling

    300g blueberries

    150g cashews, soaked overnight

    105g extra virgin coconut oil, melted

    50g maple syrup

    1 tablespoon maqui berry powder (I buy this one)

    1 teaspoon vanilla powder

    1/3 teaspoon Himalayan salt

     

    -Place all the crust ingredients into a food processor with an S blade. Process till sticky.

    -Transfer the mixture into a pie dish (make sure the base is removable) and press with your fingers and fists till it lines the entire dish and its sides.

    -Place all the filling ingredients into a blender, making sure the blueberries are at room temperature, otherwise the coconut oil will harden.

    -Blend using a tamper rod, till creamy.

    -Pour inside the crust and distribute evenly along the surface.

    -Transfer to the fridge to set for at least 4 hours.

     

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    In The Wild - Plant Based Afternoon Tea

    Tanya's The Living Room My Chelsea organic vegan raw food afternoon tea

    Inspired by the neighbourhood's famous gardens and an homage to plant life, Tanya Maher (Tanya's, Better Raw) and The Living Room at MY CHELSEA have gotten together to create an Afternoon Tea that takes you from the devilish to purely delectable. 
     
    'In the Wild' brings the best of raw living food and comfort food to tea at MY CHELSEA this Spring.
     
    From unique takes on traditional favourites, such as gluten free coconut cream and goji jam scones and raspberry drizzle vegan doughnuts to the heavenly seaweed slaw or avocado cream and sprouts sandwiches with alkalising cucumber rolls. 
     
    'In the Wild' also serves up the devilish dairy free salted caramel slice, superfood maqui berry and mango swirl cheezecake with cacao peanut butter mousse.

     

    raw food afternoon tea

    When: available reservation times from 3pm, Wednesday 25th April 2018
    Where: The Living Room at My Chelsea, 35 Ixworth Place, SW3 3QX London
    Directions: Here's a great link for your journey planning. To view a detailed map and nearest parking options, visit our website
    Transport: The nearest stations are South Kensington and Sloan Square. Victoria Street Station is a 10 minute taxi ride away
    Cost: £45pp includes wild teas