Chicken and Sweet Potato Curry

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Chicken curry is a warm and comforting home cooked meal. Rich coconut milk makes this dish thick and creamy, while the curry and ginger give it a warm rich flavor. The addition of the sweet potatoes give the dish some bulk and the starch is the perfect thing for soaking up all the delicious curry flavor. Pressed for time? Make this dish ahead of time and store it in the refrigerator. The flavor only gets better with time and reheating is a breeze. Just pop it in the microwave or heat it up on the stove. [recipe]   … [Read more...]

Paleo Fried Plantains

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Impress your friends with this Cuban staple. Ripe plantains have a delicate sweetness that pairs perfectly with the cinnamon and salt. Using ghee with this recipe will give your plantains a sinful note that makes it taste buttery and decadent. Coconut oil adds a delicious hint of coconut that will add to the delicious flavor of the plantain. Be sure to keep an eye on the plantains while they are cooking, they can burn easily. [recipe]   … [Read more...]

Italian Sausage and Peppers

Italian Sausage and Peppers

This recipe will be a life saver for the nights when you have no idea what to make for dinner. It’s incredibly flavorful but also simple to make. The red onion will caramelize nicely and add a sweetness to the flavor that really compliments the sausage. If you’re a garlic lover, add a clove or two of minced garlic and sauté for about 2-3 minutes before you want to serve. If you over cook garlic, it will get bitter, so it’s important to add it at the end. Enjoy! [recipe]   … [Read more...]

What Are The Benefits of Ginger Tea?

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  Ginger tea has been used in ancient populations, like those in India practicing the holistic medicinal practice called Ayurveda, for literally thousands of years. What is ginger tea? It’s actually very simple – just fresh ginger root seeped in boiling water to create an herbal “tea”.  Ginger naturally contains no caffeine since it isn’t made using black, white or green tea leaves. Instead it’s completely caffeine-free and actually hydrating, as opposed to acting like a diuretic like most traditional teas and coffee do. Ginger tea can be bought in stores, but its’ super simple to make at home. If the taste of ginger tea … [Read more...]

Classic Steak and Eggs

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You can’t go wrote with a good steak and eggs. This one is spicy and delicious. This is the perfect paleo breakfast for dinner recipe. Add some avocado or even guacamole for a creamy side. This recipe would also go great with roasted asparagus. You’ll love this filling dinner! [recipe]   … [Read more...]

Are Coconuts Paleo?


The Quick Answer Yes, coconuts are paleo. This includes all parts of the coconuts, and all products made from the different parts: coconut milk, coconut water, coconut cream, coconut flour, dried (unsweetened) coconut chips/flakes, coconut oil and coconut butter. Why Are Coconuts Paleo? Coconuts are one of the most popular foods on the paleo diet – and for good reason. They are made of beneficial, healthy saturated fatty-acids and are high in potassium, B vitamins, fiber and other important nutrients too. Plus, they taste really good, are cheap and sustainable, and are easy to use in all kinds of ways! What will you find when … [Read more...]

Bacon Wrapped Brussel Sprouts

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You’ve heard it before, nothing is better than bacon! It’s salty and delicious. This recipe is the perfect side dish or hors d’oeuvre. It’s great for a paleo dinner party or even just a quiet dinner with the family. The bacon expertly wraps itself around the sprout as it cooks making for a pop-able, 1 bite bit of paleo heaven. Enjoy! [recipe]   … [Read more...]

Raw Chocolate Almond Butter Cups

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This recipe is a fun treat that doesn't kill your paleo diet. It’s so simple to make that you’ll wonder why you haven’t made it before. You could add any kind of nut butter you want to this recipe, and even add some flaked coconut, pistachios, sliced almonds, or even add some cinnamon or cayenne for a touch of spice. [recipe]   … [Read more...]

Egg Baked in Acorn Squash

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This recipe is an interesting twist on a classic Toad in the Hole. Just take a farm fresh egg, a beautiful acorn squash, add salt, pepper and fresh chives and viola, breakfast! Try baking the squash the night before to save time and you can enjoy this delicious meal any day of the week. It is packed full of protein and all the good stuff you need to get you day off on the right foot. Want more protein? Try adding some crumbled bacon! You won’t regret it. [recipe]   … [Read more...]

Is Olive Oil Paleo?


The Quick Answer: Yes, olive oil is paleo. Why Is Olive Oil Paleo? Olive oil is a completely natural oil that is made up of mostly monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFAs). It’s a far better choice than a lot of refined polyunsaturated plant-oils, like soybean, canola or safflower oil – plus it contains considerable amounts of polyphenol antioxidants and vitamin E and K. All oils have the same fat content and calories (120 per tablespoon and about) so it’s not that olive oil has a superior nutrition profile that makes it better than many others oils, it has more to do with how olive oils is created and how it reacts to heat when … [Read more...]