Pumpkin Spice Overnight Oats

by Susan on November 24, 2014

Fall Overnight Oats @Rawmazing.comOvernight oats have been around for a very long time. The idea is simple. Mix your oats with milk and spices, leave overnight to soak and soften and in the morning you have a wonderful bowl of delicious, creamy oats.

I have been intrigued by overnight oats for quite a while. Fall is one of my favorite seasons and the flavors of fall are a great addition to an overnight oat bowl. I am still on my pumpkin, a nutritional superstar kick so this recipe uses super healthy pumpkin purée, cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, raisins and maple syrup! The addition of chia seeds adds protein, omega 3 fatty acids, fiber, and other nutrients. Super simple, super good, super nutritious. And you won’t believe how creamy the oats are.

To get the most nutritional punch, sprout, dehydrate and flake your own oats. You can make a big batch and once they are dried, just use as you would normal oats. But this recipe works with regular rolled oats, just fine (not raw). You can buy sprouted oats here: Sprouted Rolled Oats.
You can use raw pumpkin purée (just purée pumpkin in the food processor or blender), or in a pinch canned (not raw). I used fresh almond milk.

For recipe click here!

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Raw Pumpkin Recipes

by Susan on October 27, 2014

Favorite Pumpkin Recipes @Rawmazing.comPumpkin has become the star fruit of fall. Recipes for pumpkin lattes, pumpkin pies, pumpkin cookies, pumpkin muffins, pumpkin breads, etc. flood food blogs this time of year. It may drive you a little batty but before you submit to pumpkin overdose, take a look at these nutritional facts:

  • Pumpkin is a great source of Vitamin A. One cup of pumpkin contains over 200% of the recommended daily allowance of this eye-saving,  wrinkle fighting, imune boosting vitamin.
  • Pumpkin is also a great source of natural fiber. Combine that with it’s low calorie count, pumpkin can fill you up and keep you feeling fuller, longer without tons of calories. There is only 49 calories per cup!
  • Pumpkin is high in beta-carotene. And beta-cartoene is your friend. It is a powerful antioxidant which means it helps get rid of damaging free radicals that damage your cells and DNA. 
  • Pumpkin is also high in vitamins C and E. 

In honor of fall and the nutrient packed pumpkin, we bring you some of the favorite pumpkin and pumpkin seed recipes from Rawmazing. 

Pumpkin Spice Hazelnut Nog

 Pumpkin Spice Hazelnut Nog

Raw Pumpkin Spice Cookies

 Pumpkin Cranberry Ginger Cream Parfaits

Raw Pumpkin Pie

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Fresh Bouillon and a Buddha Bowl

September 26, 2014
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Oh my gosh…I must admit, it is good to be back. I haven’t posted to Rawmazing for over a month. It’s the longest I have gone since starting the site over 6 years ago! And what a month it has been. We moved, I finished my Professional Plant Based Certification through Rouxbe (more about that […]

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Did I really say that? Chocolate espresso hazelnut frozen torte? Yes, I did. And you are going to love this one. It is pretty easy to put together if you make the hazelnut butter in advance. And since there are avocados in the filling in stead of coconut oil and cashews, you are going to […]

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Beets with Arugula “Cheese” and Orange

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Beets with Arugula “Cheese” and Orange (recipe follows post) An  Easy Elegant Appetizer and a Story I exhaled on Tuesday for the first time in 5 months. Not your normal exhale but a long  breath from deep down inside. As the air escaped from my lips, months of pent up stress traveled with it. Finally, a […]

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Raw Blackberry and Mango Almond Nut Pâté Salad

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Raw Stuffed Mushrooms with Rosemary “Cream”

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Stuffed Large Portobella Mushrooms With the Cashew Rosemary “Cream” There are some days that recipe inspiration does not come easy. And then sometimes, you get lucky. You see an ingredient and a whole dish falls into place. Strolling farmer’s markets can be a great idea. Veggies and fruits are everywhere calling out, “pick me!”  Yesterday, […]

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Raw Pho

March 23, 2014
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Pho (pronounced ‘fuh’) is a traditional Vietnamese noodle soup that is loved by many. I have made vegan versions before but today, I bring you a recipe for raw Pho. This is a quick, easy pho, made from ingredients that shouldn’t be too  hard to find. There are some prepare ahead notes as you have […]

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White Chocolate Dark Chocolate Raspberry Tort

March 14, 2014
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  That’s raw? You bet it is. In fact it is one of my all time favorite raw dessert recipes and today we are taking a trip down memory lane and revisiting it! It’s all because my book, Rawmazing: Over 130 Simple Raw Recipes for Radiant Health is going into it’s third printing and my editor […]

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Cauliflower Rice with Fresh Peas and Cumin

February 28, 2014
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Cauliflower. It isn’t a word that makes your heart skip a beat, or makes you start to salivate. But it is a work horse that can don many coats. I have used it as a pizza crust, a base for “stir-fry”, roasted it, made cauliflower steaks in the dehydrator and even made raw mashed “potatoes” […]

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Raw Strawberry Chocolate “Trifle”

February 16, 2014
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Tri-fle: noun: A thing of little importance. Britt: a cold dessert of sponge cake and fruit covered with layers of custard, jelly, and cream. Ok…so we are taking raw food liberties again…it really isn’t a traditional trifle but it is a darn good raw version! I remember the first trifle I ever had. I was in […]

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Raw Coconut Bok Choy Spicy Soup

February 7, 2014
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Beet and Avocado Salad with Lime Ginger Cumin Macadamia “Cheese”

January 24, 2014
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I had some beets. I had some avocados. And simply because they are such good culinary friends, and they like cumin, lime and ginger, and I wanted a hearty raw salad for lunch, this little gem was born. I honestly don’t have a lot more to say about this one because I need to eat […]

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