Raw Foodie Bucket List

I was perusing on the web today and got some inspiration when I saw a FALL bucket list on a craft blog. It got me thinking, what are some basic goals of a raw foodie that can be turned into a fun bucket list to share? Let me know what you think! Have you done or plan on doing anything on this raw foodie bucket list? Feel free to print it out to post! ♥

Epic Green Smoothie: The ᖇasta Smoothie

Yeah mon! It’s time to get irie with this one! The rasta smoothie is creamy and oh-so-yummy with a luscious tropical twist and guess what? It’s 100% raw, vegan, and bursting with basil goodyness. Being plant based vegan and exclusively preparing all of me and the lion’s food at home, I’m always thinking of quick delicious blender treats to savor in between preparing meals. I had a pineapple that needed to be eaten along with some fresh basil I had gotten from the co-op plus some really pretty spotted bananas fragrantly calling me; so I decided to experiment a little while blasting some Bob Marley for inspiration of course. 


ᐰ1.5 c pineapple (chopped) 

ᐰ 6 bananas

ᐰ a handful of basil. (the basil I had was in a 10 oz pack) 

ᐰ 2 tbs hemp seeds 

ᐵblend on high for 30 seconds or until well blended! Sip slowly and listen to da riddims. 

It’s something about coconut water that takes banana smoothies to another level! Coconut sugar is yet another aspect of smoothies that creates a malty, sweet taste with a bit of a crunch. That’s pretty much all that’s in this recipe! Inspired by Aussie fruitbat freelee the banana girl, I love the flavors that the sugar creates not to mention the good carbs and calories you’re feeding your cells. 😛


 ^ 6-8 spotty ripe bananas. (If they’re not spotty, they ain’t ready). 

 ^ 2 tbsp of raw coconut sugar 

 ^ Coconut wata! Blend up and drink! It’s that easy. 💚

The power of MANGOS

Mango Mango Mango! Oh wow! Today’s monomeal of mangoes really rocked my world! They were so good that I began researching the health benefits of mangoes and what I found was really cool! Check out the health benefits of these yellow sexy wonders and just realize hat all the vitamins you need are in nature. There is no need for supplements when you can eat an abundance of fruits and veggies that contain readily absorbed nutrients. Here are the main vitamins you can find in mangos: vitamin A, potassium, vitamin C, natural sugars, fiber, a little bit of iron, and little bit of calcium. One of the main things that you will realize wen you eat mangoes in their ripe state is that they are very hydrating, juicy, and such a treat

∆ Vitamin A:

1. supports vision | immune response + inflammatory process in the stomach

2. supports cell growth and development

3. essential for reproductive processes 

∆  Vitamin C: 

1. protects against free radicals

2. produces collagen

3. supports a happy mood by making serotonin, a neurotransmitter in the brain.

∆ Potassium: Great for blood pressure control Improves kidney function Promotes the opening of blood vessels Reduces blood clotting The fiber in mangoes has amazing benefits for the assimilation and process of the actual fruit. Fiber 1 supplements ain’t got nothing on the natural fibers in mangoes. All those amazing enzymes are like heaven for your gut!

For more information on mangoes check out these sources:

Love Live & Eat Mangoes! 😁

xx raw scout xx 


Here’s another one lovelies! Got some inspiration to make this delicious and refreshing orange smoothie with a basil date twist! Don’t forget to subscribe to my channel! I have more awesomeness coming up next week!