Delightful Autumn Recipes and a Tribute

Here in Australia, April means Autumn and I love this time of year. Beautiful mild days and cooler nights that are just calling for some really delicious, warm meals that fill little and big tummies alike with yummy goodness, both raw and cooked. So, here are my favourites at the moment, from my kitchen to you xx

Soups are such an autumn dish and this one would have to be my favourite raw soup. It is rich and creamy and full of flavour and is the right colour for Autumn too! Carrot and Ginger Soup 😀

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Now if you’re after a raw soup that is a little more traditional, then give this Warm Pumpkin Soup a go.

So warm and comforting when served in a mug!

So warm and comforting when served in a mug!

My Mini Tofu Patties are very cute and are a yummy change from tofu in stir-fry or on kebabs (no that there is anything wrong with serving it that way of course!) They make a gorgeous little burger for small hands and are really lovely served with loads of fresh salad, turning them into an almost raw meal.

Mini Tofu Patties

Mini Tofu Patties

Now this meal is a hands down family favourite! We eat it anytime of year, but I think it makes a gorgeous autumn dish with all its rich colours and flavours: the warm comfort of the Veggie Chili, combined with fresh salad and zesty guacamole. It’s a dish that straddles summer and winter beautifully.


Veggie Chili

And finally, here is my one of debut posts from April 2013  (that I cut and pasted from my blog page and popped into my recipes). ANZAC Biscuits. This is not a raw recipe at all, but rather a tribute recipe to our service men and women that I adapted to vegan.The 25th  April is the day us Aussies remember our soldiers both past and present and show our gratitude for their service. I hope you like them 🙂

ANZAC Bikkies lest we forget

Lest we forget….


About goingrawwithkids

My name is Rahni and I live in Sydney Australia with my four wonderful children and clever hubby. I love the simplicity of eating raw foods, not to mention all the health and environmental benefits that go along with it. This is my journey to discovering a more raw lifestyle with kids in tow!
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