This post is in collaboration with Tiny Moreso and Rawdacious.
Portland is a city of darling cafes and coffee shops, and one of the newest in town is Tiny Moreso. Owner Jenn Pereau is the talented lady behind Rawdacious vegan gluten-free desserts, and Tiny Moreso is the front of their production kitchen.
If you’ve had the vegan cheesecakes at Sizzle Pie or Canteen, you’re already familiar with the deliciousness that is Rawdacious. Made from high quality ingredients, Rawdacious specializes in vegan cheesecakes that are fully raw or raw-inspired depending on the flavor. The cheesecake base is made of cashews, almond milk, and coconut oil. After eight years of crafting gorgeous cheesecakes and other sweet treats, Jenn and her team are now exploring healthy plant-based savory snacks at Tiny Moreso.
I was recently invited to visit the cute, cute, cute space and sample some of Tiny Moreso’s goodies. As the weather gets warmer, they will be expanding the menu, so this is just a sneak peek of what’s to come. The current Tiny Moreso menu offers simple, healthy bites like toasts, salads, and soup for $6 and under. You’ll want to order 2-3 small plates for a meal, but be sure to leave room for a slice of cheesecake or a cheesecake mini. There’s also a selection of juices, smoothies, ristretto cold press, kombucha, and elderflower soda to sip on.
My favorites from this visit include the peppermint chocolate cheesecake mini (adorable and delish!), avocado toast with chipotle cashew cream (no skimping on avo!), aquafaba meringue cookies, and the raw chocolate fudge. The desserts are definitely their forte, but the savory items make an enjoyable no frills snack. If you stop by Tiny Moreso, snap a selfie in the restroom and tag ’em on Instagram. You might spot yourself in the bathroom selfie section on their website!
Note: This post is in collaboration with Tiny Moreso and Rawdacious. I was invited as a guest to this establishment and received a complimentary meal. This was not in exchange for a positive review and all opinions expressed here are my own.