Raw, healthy, delicious! Whip this one in under 10 mins – no excuse not to eat healthy!
Have you ever considered just keeping it simple? We sometimes try to make things so complicated that we forget the natural flavors that come from the fruits and vegetables themselves. This combination is so refreshing, you’ll love it!
Have you ever only skipped a salad or a healthier meal option only because you didn’t have the time to make it? Well with this one, you have no excuse! This is all raw – and super delicious! Both of us still don’t have the self control to completely fix to raw food but we try to incorporate as much as possible for each of our families. Raw foods = ALL possible nutrients you could intake from the fruit or vegetable!
Let’s talk mangoes – everyone loves mangoes right? Apparently not. Aena doesn’t, and Arvin can’t understand why. Seriously, what is there not to like? But somehow with this delicious combination that Arvin made, even Aena couldn’t say no!
Any food bloggers out there reading this blog too? At this very moment, we are on cloud nine – no really, we’re ecstatic! I’m sure you all know how amazing it feels to have your first FoodGawker submission accepted! We submitted three and got all three accepted. Us = SUPER happy. One even got featured on the first page – that being the Authentic Indian Curry recipe. If you haven’t checked it out, you totally should. If any of you would like some tips on how to get accepted more, shoot us an email through the contacts page or simply comment below the post!
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So let’s get down to this simple recipe. It’ll take you maximum 5 minutes to make. It’s not as much as a recipe as it is a combination of delicious flavors together. Love.it.
- ¾ cup raspberries
- 2 kiwis
- 2 mangoes
- juice of one lemon
- 1 tsp sugar
- pinch of black pepper
- Start off by dicing the mangoes.
- Slice the kiwis and then quarter them - this size helps to balance their balance in each bite!
- Add sugar and black pepper to the lemon juice and give it a quick whisk.
- Add this to the fruits.