Category Archives: snacks

New Packaging and Chocolate Bars!

Happy Spring Rawk Stars!

We are so happy that our ***new*** labels POP with happiness on our kale chips, Monkey Mix and Go Bananas cookies. We hope they make you smile, too!

And we have added TWO new flavors of chocolate to our Pure Love line.

Almond Chai boasts a warming Cardamon Cinnamon twist with Coastal Root bitters.

Mint Cacao Crunch is cooly sophisticated with mint and raw cacao nibs.

To order any of our snackies click HERE.


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How Healthy is Your County?

Happy Summer Rawk Stars!

We hope you enjoying the bounty of native herbs, veggies, fruits and simple dressing like we are! It been a rawkin’ summer for us so far. We are busy keeping local health food stores stocked with snacks as well as shipping our new Happy Camper Care Package to campers all over the country. If you have a little one away, you can send them their favorite snacks by clicking HERE.


The Huffington Post released “America’s 50 Healthiest Counties for Kids.” Cumberland County, Maine–where we work and live–came in at number 37! That RAWKS. How did your home rate? To see the results and how they were calculated, click HERE.

Smoothies Gone Raw – Order your copy TODAY!

Our NEW book has arrived!  Yipppeeeeee!  We are so excited about “Smoothies Gone Raw” and we know you & your loved ones will be too.

It is loaded with over 100 gorgeous smoothie recipes that will most definitely rawk your world!

Support our mission to make this world a healthier place by ordering your copy of our RAWdorable, informative & easy to read smoothie book.

Purchase a signed copy of our book!  
LOCAL ORDER:  Click HERE to order a book for local Portland, ME pickup. 
SHIP ORDER:  Click HERE to order a book & have it shipped via Priority Mail.

These kiddos are big fans!  :-)  Aren’t they cute?!

Happy Banana Bread Day!

Banana Bread – makes 12-14  5″ pieces

1 cup ground golden flax (or dark)

1 cup ground sunflower seeds

2 bananas

1 cup water or more as needed

2 tsp cinnamon

1 tsp vanilla or 1 vanilla bean scraped

1/3 cup coconut sugar crystals or other sweetener

2 Tbs coconut nectar or maple syrup

1/4 tsp sea salt

2 bananas, sliced

1/4 cup chia seeds – optional

1/4 cup chopped walnuts – optional

Mix flax, sunflower seeds, 2 bananas, cinnamon, sweeteners, water, vanilla, salt together in a food processor & then spoon into a large bowl.  Now mix in sliced banana & chia & walnuts if you are using them.  Spread mixture, 1/2″ thick, onto a teflex sheet  & dehydrate at 135 for 2 hours.  After 2 hours flip bread off of teflex sheet & continue to dehydrate another 4-6 hours at 115.  Now slice your banana bread into pieces & continue to dehydrate another 8 hours or until desired texture is achieved.  Serve with a sweet coconut oil while warm.  YUMMMMM!

Sweet Coconut Oil Butter

1/4 cup coconut oil

1 tsp cinnamon

1 tsp cacao

1 Tbs coconut nectar or maple syrup

Warm mixture & mix together to spread on banana bread.



And Stupendous Smoothies with the dynamic Kids Gone Raw duo at Modern Vegan Cooking School on March 6th!  We’ll be making 5 smoothies from our rawsome e-book “Smoothies Gone Raw”!  Sign up today!  E-mail Chris McClay to register:

And in case you didn’t know, vegan chef, Chad Sarno will be at Whole Foods Market in Portland, Maine on Monday, March 4th doing a talk & demo.  The fee is $25 & you get an autographed copy of Chad & Kris Carr’s latest book, Crazy Sexy Kitchen.  

There are still spots in the 7:30pm seating.  

Call WF Customer Service at 774-7711 to register!


Foodie Friday: Hemp Seed Brownies

Hemp Seed Brownies – makes 9-12 brownies

1/3 cup hemp seeds

1/3 cup brazil nuts (or you can sub in other nuts)

8-9 pitted medjool dates

1-2 Tbs coconut nectar (or agave / maple syrup)

2-3 Tbs cacao powder

1/2 tsp cinnamon

1/8 tsp nutmeg

1/8 tsp cardamom

pinch sea salt

Place hemp seeds & brazil nuts in a food processor & blend until a nut flour is formed.  Then add in remaining ingredients & blend until a dough ball forms.  Shape mixture into a square about 1 inch thick on a plate & cute into 9 squares.  Eat up!  Stores great in fridge or freezer.

Fruit Parfait — Breakfast to go!

Mason Jar meals are all of the rage on pinterest & social media & we decided to join in on the fun & make a raw-licious breakfast to go!  YUMMMMMM!

Fruit Parfait recipe fills two 16oz. mason jars

2 mini KGR snack pack grawnolas (2 oz.)

2 bananas

9-10 strawberries

1/2 cup pineapple

2 clementines, peeled

1. Blend 2 bananas & 5 strawberries in a blender until smooth & creamy, set aside.

2. Place 1/2 of each snack pack grawnola in the bottom of each mason jar.

3.  Top with pineapple & sliced strawberry.

4. Pour banana strawberry mixture over top & repeat steps 2-4 again.

5.  Place lid on mason jars & head out the door!


Sunday Fun with Fruits & Veggies

I saw a picture of these on facebook this morning that was taken from the Canadian Family blog & I couldn’t wait to make my own version.  Here are my fruit fishies in a sea of carrots & kale.   So cute, so fun and so yummy!  We ate them with our morning smoothie.   Chop up some fruit & let your kiddos play!

Fruit Fishies

1 orange, sliced for the fishy bodies

1 small carrot, sliced into rounds for the tail

2 cranberries, sliced thin for the eyes

1 handful of pomegranate seeds, for the fishy lips

1 handful of blueberries for the eyes & bubbles

1 slice of pear cut into little triangles for fins

a few pieces of kale for the sea weed

Turn all of the above ingredients into fruit fish on your plate & eat up!

Storm Survival, Vegan Style

Here is a very useful Vegan-friendly checklist from THE SEED ( to help you be prepared for the next time Mother Nature decides to take our power away for a while. Our stRAWberry gRAWnola made the snack list! RAWsome!

Here is a link to the live article where all of the hyperlinks to the products work 😉

Our hearts go out to all who have suffered, and are still suffering, in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. With the help of our wonderful social media followers, we have assembled recommendations for a Natural Disaster Survival Kit made specifically for vegans! Be sure to stock up on the following items before Mother Nature strikes again.

Natural Disaster Survival Kit (Vegan-Style!)

Post-Sandy Resources

If you are currently unable to return to your home, use these resources to locate emergency shelters along the East Coast.

If you want to physically help in NYC, get in touch with New York Cares, which is the city’s largest volunteer organization and is recruiting volunteers to help with Sandy relief efforts. Sign up to help on theNew York Cares website, call them at #212-228-5000 or email with your name, email address and borough.

To financially support rescue and human relief efforts on the ground, donate to the American Red Crossthrough their website or by texting the word REDCROSS to 90999 to donate $10 to American Red Cross Disaster Relief.

The Humane Society of the United States is assembling workers and equipment to help animals hurt in Hurricane Sandy. Their website gives information on how to help. Also, the ASPCA is delivering crates, food and other supplies to evacuation centers in the affected areas. Visit their website to donate in support of their efforts.

Again, The Seed team extends our deepest sympathies for those who were less fortunate than us. Our roots are firmly planted in the resilient city of New York.