Healthy Apple with Broccoli Recipe (Raw Vegan Salad)


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This Apple with Broccoli Recipe is so good you’ll want to make it again and again!

My Apple with Broccoli Salad recipe is one that I return to repeatedly because it’s an incredible health booster, easy to make and oh so tasty!

Broccoli is full of health-giving, anti-cancerous properties. It’s a great source of vitamin C, it is packed with fibre that makes us feel more full longer thus preventing overeating. It fights inflammation, and its phytochemicals help us to rid our bodies of toxins.

In fact, Broccoli is so good for our bodies that we really ought to be aiming to eat it every day.
When cooking broccoli, like cooking most veggies, low and slow is the healthiest way to go. I find steaming it until just tender, is the best way to preserve the nutritional value potential.

Luckily there is no cooking required for this raw vegan salad recipe. Let me know if you try it!

Speaking of salads, have you heard about the salad for breakfast trend? People are starting to forgo traditional breakfast meals for healthy, veggie-packed breakfast salads. Anything that gets more veggies down you is good, so I’m all for it.

Namaste Rockstars!

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easy vegan dinner, with broccoli recipe, easy vegan dinners.

Healthy Apple with Broccoli Recipe

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  • Author: Ren Labelle


This fast and healthy salad with broccoli recipe is one you’ll come back to again and again! It is great on its own but also makes a versatile side dish!



300 grams broccoli cut into florets

1 red or green apple

40 grams sunflower seeds

2 tablespoons olive oil

1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar (preferably raw)

1.5 teaspoons dijon mustard

1/2 teaspoon salt

1/2 teaspoon ground black pepper


Combine ingredients into a food processor and pulse. Stir and pulse again, repeating until veggies are bite-sized. Serve & Enjoy!

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