Zucchini Carrot Noodles & Cheezy Mango Sauce – Raw Vegan Zoodles

Heeey everyone. How’s it going?! Coming at you today with a short recipe post! I know, it’s about time. I need to get my butt back in the kitchen more so that I’m able to share more things with you all. I have some ideas in mind, so I’ll see what I can do for the rest of this week. Who’s excited?! I know that I am and I hope you are too. Foods a great thing to get excited about. It’s fuel for our minds and bodies so it’s pretty crucial and a great thing to be happy about.

I’ve been eating a lot of raw foods lately and loving it. Today I had watermelon, bananas, and this dish. Pure, simple foods are what I’ve been diggin’ lately. So simple and so delicious! I came up with this the other night. I didn’t write anything down or have a photo shoot for it like I usually do. I just went with it and tossed some things together. I got some awesome results so I wanted to share anyways! Here we go

Zucchini Carrot Noodles & Cheezy Mango Sauce

serves 1

1 medium zucchini
1 large carrot
1/2 mango
3 medjool dates
1/4 cup water
Nutritional yeast

With a spiral slicer, slice zucchini and carrot. Place in bowl. Set aside. Blend mango, dates, and water together in blender. Pour over zoodles and top with nutritional yeast. Serve, enjoy!!

9 responses to “Zucchini Carrot Noodles & Cheezy Mango Sauce – Raw Vegan Zoodles”

  1. How do you know what veggies are ok to eat raw and which have to be cooked? I know for example with Shiitake mushrooms you can get that Shiitake Dermatitis.Thanks for posting, as always.


    • Hi there!I believe that almost all veggies are okay to eat raw. Eggplant has to be cooked and I believe that it’s recommended to eat potatoes cooked too. Other than that (and mushrooms) I think everything else is okay to eat raw! But a quick Google search can always help you out if you’re curious about a certain veggie.


      • Oh good! Thank you. My mother used to make date cake when I was a kid and I hated it. But I like figs a lot, they might do, or even other fruits maybe. Thanks again. I was born a meat eater and never thought I would give it up but menopause took away my ability to digest foods at warp speed like I used to be able to do and red meat is about the worst; I find it so much easier to digest fruits and vegetables, so I am exploring all things vegetarian.


  2. You could try any other fruit that you like and I’m sure it would work great! I was a meat eater too and never imagined that I’d be vegan. I guess we can expect the unexpected though 🙂 Best of luck to you!!


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