Green Glow Detox Pud

The Hottie

The Merlot (Smoothie)

Basil-Strawberry Green Smoothie

Warrior Mylk

Sassy Strawberry Shake

Pared-down, Potent and Perfect September Swill

Energy-blast Superfood Smoothie

Apricot-Apple Green Smoothie

Simple Smooth-E

Thick Minty Strawberry Pear Smoothie

Basil Pear Strawberry Green Smoothie

Chocolate Raspberry Morning Delight

Cleansing Smoothie

Almond Joy

Very Green Smoothie

Deelishus Smoothie

Chocolate Blueberry Mango Glory

How-do-you-do Smoothie

Mint-Lime Pear-Raspberry Green Cream

Smoothie Puddin’

Other Beverages

Fire Cider

Upgraded Hot Cocoa

Matcha Tea Latte

Matcha Tea Latte II

Chlorella Mylk

Green Chocolate Bomb

Luxe Latte

Hot Chocolate Cheer

Almond Milk

Morning Kicker

Yummy Hot Drink

Shot of Green

Bone Broth

Lemon-Ginger-Cayenne Water

Vegetable Dishes

Sweet Potato-Pecan Mash

Tahini-Turmeric Roasted Cauliflower

Roasted Whole Head of Cauliflower

Hassel-back Yams

Vegetable Skillet

Cauliflower Popcorn

Creamy Zucchini Noodles

Ravishing Roasted Radishes

Roasted Radishes With Anchovies

Nori Wraps

Julia’s Winter Vegetable Soup

Garlic Scape Pesto

Cauliflower Rice

Marinated Portobello Mushroom Stacks

Roasted Butternut Squash

Spicy Yam Bites

Sauteed Cauliflower Rice Medley

Saucey-y Vegetables with Cauliflower Rice

Southwestern Savory Root Vegetable Latkes

Spiced Carrots

Cauliflower Tabbouleh

Cauliflower Mash

Zoodle Bowls


Fresh Chard Dinner Salad

Kale Salad with Peanut-Tahini Sauce

Kale Salad with Roasted Roots

Kale Salad with Steamed Vegetables

Beets, Carrots and Kale

Summer Salad with Prawns and Yams

Simple Quinoa Spring Salad

Roasted Baby Carrot and Mint Salad

Massaged Kale Salad a la Everything

Not Your Average Salad

A Summer Salad for Entertaining

Poached Eggs and Refrigerator Scraps

Kelp Noodle Toss


Cauliflower Power Soup in the Raw

Chicken Soup for Immunity

Julia’s Winter Vegetable Soup

Bone Broth

Julia’s December ‘Stewp’


Julia’s Stuffed Red Bell Peppers

Crispy Almond-Coated Chicken Roasted with Artichokes and Lemon

Roasted Chicken Thighs with Rosemary, Thyme and Anchovies

Julia’s December ‘Stewp’

White Chicken Chili


The Green ‘Panlette’


Flax Bread

Sauces and Dips

Peanut-Tahini Sauce

Roasted Beet Dip

Spinach Artichoke Dip

Oil-free Basil Lover’s Dressing

Raw Tahini Sauce

Nutty Basil Pesto

Pea-Scape Dip


Lemon Fat Bombs

Raw Chocolate Fudge Cake

Chocolate Raspberry Chia Pudding

Raw Lemon and Coconut Truffles

Raspberry Avocado Mousse

Sunflower Cups

Jingle Balls


5 Responses to recipes

  1. Kathy Low says:

    I also love your blog, Julia. My daughter was hoping I could mix her up some of your smoothie recipes and send them of with her to CEGEP for the week. Would they keep in the fridge or must they be drank right away?

    • JuliaDenker says:

      Hi Kathy – it is so wonderful to hear from you…talk about a blast from the past! And thank you for the lovely compliment. While its great that your daughter is wanting to try the smoothies (yay!), the biggest thing about these is that you want to eat/drink them fresh as once they’ve been sitting around, the drink will start to oxidize (exposure to oxygen) and the nutrient value will decline quickly. While it is okay to make the evening before, cover tightly and keep in the fridge (to drink in the morning), making these smoothies days in advance rather defeats the purpose. Not only will nutrient value decline, but so will taste. Now, one thing to consider is portioning out the smoothie into tightly-sealed containers and freezing them immediately, then taking out the night before (no sooner), putting in the fridge (still covered) for consumption the following morning. While not ideal, this is do-able.
      The other thing I do want to mention is that if you decide to commit to smoothies, I would highly, highly encourage you to get a high-end blender – either a Vitamix (my personal favourite) or a Blendtec. Pricey, but will last many, many years and totally changes the texture and taste of the smoothie, in addition to making extraordinary sauces and soups.
      I hope this helps, Kathy! xx

  2. Aysha Tamturk says:

    I love your blog Julia, like yourself very inspiring :)

  3. Jane Saxton says:

    Julia, I was thinking of you today! Great website and I am so happy for you. I retired at Christmas and life is full and fun. Best decision I made too! Off soon on a foodie trip to Vietnam and then to tramp around Cambodia. Summer with my darling grandchildren brings fun, fun, fun every day. Thanks for keeping in touch. Jane

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