Super Spinach Salad

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This easy-to-make spinach salad is bursting with flavors and antioxidants. Its earthy flavor and texture will have you feeling strong and healthy! Throw it together at the last minute for a simple dinner side or bring it to a neighborhood potluck. … [Read more...]

Canadian Bacon And Apple Breakfast

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  This is a quick and healthy breakfast that uses Canadian bacon, which is lean, maple-cured, delicious, and versatile. Even though they refer to this as “bacon,” it’s actually more like a small, round slice of ham. It is delicious on its own, chopped up in a salad or with scrambled eggs, or as an appetizer, wrapped around vegetables. For this breakfast recipe, we combine hot slices of Canadian bacon with crisp, crunchy, cinnamon-dusted apple slices. Mm! … [Read more...]

Breaded Chicken Strips With Dijon Honey Mustard Dipping Sauce

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This recipe is for the new ultimate fast food favorite for kids and adults alike! These breaded, seasoned chicken strips will keep you full and satisfied until the next time you eat. They are paired perfectly with the Dijon Honey Mustard Dipping Sauce. You could also try dipping them in your own favorite sauce for an extra kick of excellence! Useful Links Paleo Mayonnaise … [Read more...]

Romaine & Dried Cherry Salad With Apple And Pecans

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Crisp Romaine lettuce lays the foundation for a flavorful, fragrant, and crunchy salad that is strikingly beautiful and that demands attention. Adorn this salad with dried cherries and tart green apple and then drizzle the dish with a pomegranate-rosemary dressing. Finally, sprinkle with toasted pecans for a super-fast, super-easy, super-antioxidant-packed power salad that will kill those hunger pangs in a matter of seconds and leave you feeling full, satisfied, and ready to take on the rest of the work or school day! … [Read more...]

Scrummy Primal Tortillas

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The arrowroot powder used in this recipe gives the tortillas their pliable texture and acts in a similar way to the binding agent of gluten. These tortillas are delicious with a capital D, and can be used for savory or sweet dishes, depending on the seasonings. Add a dash of cinnamon and vanilla if you will be using them for a dessert. Enjoy! Note: These tortillas use grass-fed butter and are therefore primal rather than paleo. To make them paleo, simply use coconut oil instead of butter. … [Read more...]

Beef Kebabs With Honey-Soy Marinade

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This recipe is for a tender top-sirloin that’s marinated in a savory honey-soy marinade, threaded onto bamboo skewers alongside flavorful and juicy vegetables, and grilled to perfection. This is a fun and easy way to eat paleo. Side note: Of course, soy isn't paleo, so there isn't actually any soy contained in this recipe. … [Read more...]

Garden Vegetable Soup

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  This soup is perfect for the chilly early spring weather or for those days where you are just feeling under the weather. Hot soup to warm your tummy and take your cares away! There really is something so magical about a bowl of warm soup on a cold day (or any day)! This fresh vegetable soup is loaded with nutrients and is an enjoyable way to get a good dose of vegetables. A very hearty and tasty vegetable soup prepared using a variety of plump, moist, and tender garden veggies. You just can’t go wrong with a lunch like this!   … [Read more...]