Substituting corn meal with coconut flour and adding pumpkin and coconut palm sugar is the perfect way to bake a flavorful, hearty alternative to traditional cornbread. This side dish will add even more comfort food to your paleo Thanksgiving meal.
This handy appetizer impresses everyone, simple, easy and full of flavor and very easy to eat.
This easy balsamic glaze makes a delicious coating for salmon. Enjoy it with simply roasted asparagus.
A healthy Chickpea, Avocado, and Feta Salad that only takes 10 minutes to make. It’s perfect for a quick lunch, dinner, or snack!
Incredibly refreshing and tasty kiwi tomato salsa that is perfectly paired with Tilapia or any fish.
Baked in a flavorful white wine and cilantro sauce, tons flavor is packed into fish during the baking, and it comes out juicy, tender and falls apart.
This spicy Indian dish is best served with basmati or jasmine rice, warm nan, and ready-made mint chutney. A mango sorbet would be a nice finish to this meal.
Very easy to prepare and packed with fairly strong Asian style sweet-sour flavor.
Grilled potatoes tossed with freshly-made parsley pesto, an easy recipe that tastes delicious. Clean, fresh and vibrant flavors perk up plain grilled potatoes. A great side dish perfect for a summer BBQ.
The chicken breasts came out juicy, tender and tasty. Sweet, sour and salty orange marmalade - hoisin glaze added a layer of great flavor. Sugar snap peas and carrots were a perfect side dish that went deliciously well with the chicken.
These lovely maple syrup roasted sweet potatoes are tasty with a nice crust to the skin, not mushy at all. The slightly tart but sweet carmelized exterior is a refreshing change to this classic fall vegetable.
Delicate flakey poached fish fillets topped with juicy cherry tomato-basil dressing.
This quick and easy roasted chicken is an absolutely mouth-watering dish. The roasted zucchini and cherry tomatoes are perfectly accompanied with the golden, brown and juicy chicken breasts. A well balanced one pan meal that everyone enjoys.
Quiche cups are about the easiest, quickest, most portable paleo dish out there. And I can’t get enough. These bacon, apple, and kale cups are scrumdiddlyumptious, and the pear and ginger ones are pretty good too. I suppose it depends on your palette. Ginger is not my flavor of choice. Lesson learned. These zucchini cups have, oh…3 ingredients. Plus salt and pepper. Plus they’re Portable, Paleo and Parent-approved. It’s a trifecta of Pleasant Perfection (or healthy Progress).
A rich and delicious and satisfying salmon dish that even meets all the requirements of a Paleo diet.
This paleo bread recipe is perfect for sandwiches and toast. Use in place of traditional bread to complete any meal. Baking two loaves at once is a good idea for anyone on the paleo diet. This bread will stay fresh for at least 4 days sealed in plastic wrap or an airtight container at room temperature, and for 10 days in the refrigerator.
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