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Our Favorite Vegan Finger Foods

Raw Finger Food

I don’t know about you, but I love entertaining. And I love small bites for entertaining. They are just so…cute. Ok, I realize that isn’t actually a culinary term but seriously, they are. And what a great way to introduce people to a variety of different things.

I gathered together some favorite Rawmazing small bite recipes for you. I know you will enjoy them all and I hope that they will find their way to your table! Just click on the picture or the link for the recipe. Enjoy!

Raw Tea Sandwiches @Rawmazing.comRaw Tea Sandwiches

Raw Beets with Arugula and Orange

Raw Beets with Arugula “Cheese” and Orange

Raw, Vegan Squash “Beggar’s Purse” with Pomegranate and Sage @Rawmazing.oomSquash Beggars Purse with Pomegranate and Sage

Raw, Vegan, Cracked Pepper Dried Cherry Crackers with Pine Nut Pepper Cream and Nectarine Salad!

Dried Cherry Pepper Crackers with Pine Nut Pepper Cheese, Dressed Arugula, Fresh White Nectarines, Cherries and a Pistachio Dust 

Raw Vegan Poppers with Eggplant Bacon @Rawmazing.comRed Pepper Poppers with Eggplant Bacon

Raw Vegan Lasagna Rolls

Lasagna Rolls

Do you love to entertain? What are your favorite Rawmazing recipes for entertaining?

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  1. James Spencer wrote on April 27, 2015

    Beautiful presentation. I’m currently writing a book called the Vintage Vegan Tea Party. I am including several of my recipes for canapes and tea sandwiches. I love your creative ideas. I actually have a raw beet canape recipe I make with pecans and nectarines. I also soak cashews to make cheese. The secret of nutritional yeast indeeds makes for a creamier spread. Thanks.

  2. Susan wrote on April 19, 2015

    I made the lasagna rolls last summer for a get together with a bunch of girlfriends and oh my goodness….all raved on them!

  3. Christy wrote on April 19, 2015

    I just love browsing your blog! The recipes are so creative and healthy and your pictures are amazing too. It’s impressive how gourmet you can get all-raw foods to look. Keep up the good work!

    • Susan wrote on April 19, 2015

      Thank you, Christy!

  4. Dawn wrote on April 18, 2015

    How do you continually make food look so amazing — no wonder you called your site raw”mazing”. Thanks for the continued inspiration.

    • Susan wrote on April 19, 2015

      Thanks, Dawn! You rock, too. 🙂

  5. Angela Hermann wrote on April 18, 2015

    Hi Susan, I have all your recipe books and I just love them and constantly using them. I was wondering if you will be puting out another cook book any time soon , if so let me know as soon as it comes out because I want it right away. I have many many raw cooking books but yours beat them all! My husband and I have now been into raw recipes since about 2 years now using organic products always and juicing as well and we have had a major heath turn over. ESPECIALLY my husband who has liver cancer and the specialist say it is a miracle that he has lesions that are diminishing with out any chemo or an other treatment , or liver transplant! Thank you for your great recipes and please keep them coming….Susan you are a greatpart of our successful health turn over and I wanted to share it with you!
    Thank you , sincerely yours Angie xxx

  6. Diana wrote on April 17, 2015

    These recipes look amazing! They make me want to plan a party, thank you

  7. Emma wrote on April 16, 2015

    What a beautiful selection of little bites! I would love to entertain more but never seem to get my act together enough to do it. I can’t wait for stone fruit season to make those dried cherry pepper cracker canapés.

    • Susan wrote on April 16, 2015

      Thank you, Emma! You will love that recipe. It is one of my favorites! 🙂


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