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Based on the popular Paleo Diet, this healthy pumpkin bread recipe is also gluten-free, but definitely not taste-free.
The bouquet garni in this recipe makes this French dish both aromatic and flavorful. Serve with your favorite Paleo side dish and salad to complete your meal. Adapted from "The Paleo Diet Cookbook" by Loren Cordain with Nell Stephenson and Lorrie Cordain. Click here to see the How to Eat Like a Caveman story. View Recipe
"All I can say is, you’re welcome. If you’re are frantically looking for ANY recipe with chocolate, I promise these will hit the spot. I like to make a big batch so that I’ve got a fudgesicle at the ready when an ice cream or chocolate craving strikes!"-Casey Joy GarciaRecipe excerpted from cookbook Fed & Fit: A 28 Day Food & Fitness Plan to Jump-Start Your Life with Over 175 Squeaky-Clean Paleo Recipes by Casey Joy GarciaView Recipe
With only four ingredients, this simple gluten-free dessert recipe will wow your guests. These primal macaroons are made of coconut, egg whites, honey, and salt, making them an optimal Paleo cookie recipe. They'll be devoured within minutes!
Rather than shredded coconut, I used flaked coconut as I wanted to try something different, and I thought it would look pretty and brown nicely.
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Until recently, I was under the impression that paleo meant gluten free, until I learned that it really meant cooking without any processed foods. What to do when you can't use processed flour such as rice flour like with gluten-free recipes? I whisk the egg whites into a firm submission in this recipe to get the same consistency that you would get from flour.
These easy Paleo egg muffins allow you to prepare everything you need for a delicious breakfast or brunch ahead of time and just bake and serve. Bonus — each person can choose what to include in his or her dish! They're perfect for gameday, kids' sleepovers, and more, and they're less than 100 calories each!
This is the perfect recipe if you're looking for a delicious and healthy dessert. As a paleo-friendly and gluten-free dish, it's safe enough to feed to the whole family, no matter their diets. Click here to see more recipes on Cindy's Table.View Recipe
We have Mexican nights every couple of weeks and I marinated some flank steak and prepared all of the fixings (avocado, salsa, shredded lettuce) and wanted to make some Paleo Spanish Rice. We really enjoyed this and I never told the family it was cauliflower until the bowl was empty! Love paleo recipes!!
***How to rice cauliflower: Cut the head of cauliflower in 1/2 (put 1/2 away). Then cut in half again and cut out the core. You can then either feed florets through the shredder attachment to your food processor, or use a box grater to achieve a rice-like consistency.
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My grandfather was French Canadian and he loved to cook at night in the cast iron pan. He would make us the best crepes and my Nana and I would sit at the table very excited. I do remember a lot of smoke in the kitchen and my grandmother barking orders from the table. (I wonder if that is where I got it from - Just kidding; I don't really do that!)...
I wanted to makes a paleo recipe for my friends who are following the paleo diet can enjoy paleo crepes. These are great for breakfast with maple syrup, wrap your favorite breakfast (bacon and eggs), a dessert (folded with strawberries and drizzle melted chocolate or just a night time snack with a cup of tea. Any way you decided to enjoy these paleo crepes I am sure will be perfect!
Based off of the popular Paleo diet, this gluten-free recipe is filled with nutrients and has a nutty taste and fluffy texture. Try eating it for breakfast with some homemade jam.
Pumpkin season is my favorite time of year. When the days get shorter, the nights cool and crisp, I indulge in my fascination with those odd-shaped, brightly colored vegetables known as winter squash.
Pumpkin is a type of winter squash, and I use a variety of winter squash in my pumpkin recipes. For these Paleo Pumpkin Bars I chose roasted acorn squash, though you could just as easily select sugar pumpkin (a smaller, denser, tastier version of the more ubiquitous pumpkins used for jack-o'-lanterns), kabocha, butternut, buttercup, carnival, or delicata, with fabulous results.
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