Beef Vindaloo

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Vindaloo is a popular spicy Indian Curry. While traditional Vindaloo is made with pork, it's most commonly found in restaurants made with lamb or chicken. Our Vindaloo is a twist on the classic. Less spicy than the original and made with beef and sweet potatoes, it's truly a Paleo treat. Even though this dish takes a while to prepare, it's well worth the wait. The beef melts in your mouth, while the vindaloo curry flavor makes your taste buds dance with excitement. [recipe]   … [Read more...]

Sautéed Kale

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Sautéed kale makes a great paleo side dish or quick lunch. Packed with vitamins and nutrients, this dish is not only tasty, but it’s also good for you! All you have to do is chop some kale, throw it in a pan with some onions and garlic, olive oil, red wine vinegar, and top with almonds! Want to mix things up? Try adding some shredded coconut or dried cranberries. Yum! [recipe]   … [Read more...]

Double Chocolate Brownies

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These fudgy brownies are decadent and delicious. They are very easy to make and don’t require a ton of extra ingredients. The chopped chocolate chips add extra chocolaty goodness to these scrumptious sweets.  You can use your favorite type of honey or substitute agave or maple syrup. Want to add your own signature touch? Add some walnuts or shredded coconut! [recipe] … [Read more...]

Chicken Lettuce Wraps

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  This is a simple recipe that will become a new weeknight favorite. It’s a one-pot meal that can be prepped ahead of time. Cut up all the veggies on Sunday then toss them all in the day you make it. It’s also fun to eat and feels like a fancy restaurant meal. You could serve this with Boston Bibb lettuce or romaine; any lettuce that will hold up being wrapped around the ingredients. Enjoy! [recipe]   … [Read more...]

Cashew Chicken

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Mmmm, toasted cashews are delicious! This recipe combines so many flavors that are all brought together with the cashews. This is a classic Paleo-style meal, served by itself. No need for rice here, it can stand on its own in taste and satisfaction. Adding the green onions at the end gives it a fresh zest that brings out the rest of the flavors on the plate. Enjoy! [recipe] … [Read more...]

Almond Pesto Crusted Cod with Pesto Zucchini Noodles

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  This colorful dish is a delicious and healthy Paleo treat. The cod is topped with a wonderful pesto almond crust that gives it a delightful crunch as well as a wonderful rich flavor. The spiralized zucchini noodles make a great paleo pasta alternative and the creamy pesto sauce makes the dish to die for. Don’t have a spiralizer? Don’t worry you can use a mandolin to slice thin noodles, or you can julienne the zucchini as well. [recipe]   … [Read more...]

Almond Joy Lara Bars

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These date bar will make you feel like you’re cheating. They are sweet and filling, the perfect snack. Be sure to separate them with parchment paper so they don’t stick together. If you like the pretty specs of almond and coconut, process these a little less and they’ll showcase those ingredients visually as well as in taste. [recipe]   … [Read more...]

Honey Ginger Carrots

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Sometimes deciding the perfect side dish to accompany your meal can be the most challenging part of menu planning. You want the vegetable to be delicious enough to stand on its own two feet, while at the same time accentuating the flavors of your main dish. These honey ginger glazed carrots do just that! They are sweet, salty, and have some zing. They are also simple to prepare and sure to be a hit with you family and guests alike. Give this showstopper side dish a try and you will never look at vegetables the same way again! [recipe]   … [Read more...]

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...]