Giving up bread is one of the hardest parts of going Paleo, especially around the holidays when homemade dinner rolls appear on every table. Luckily, you don’t have to miss out with this easy recipe for pumpkin dinner rolls. Canned pumpkin make them moist and soft, while a combination of tapioca and coconut flour keep them grain free.
I love Mexican food like it's my job, so when I found out this Beef Carnitas with Coconut Flour Tortillas recipe allowed me to enjoy the mouth watering taste of a warm soft tortilla again, I was happier than you can even imagine!
Beef Carnitas with Coconut Flour Tortillas
This easy and quick slow cooker recipe is easy to throw together when you're racing to get ready for the day. All you have to do is prep the carnitas in the morning and dinner will be (almost) ready when you get home at night.
Start by quickly mixing together paprika, cumin, cayenne, garlic powder, chili powder, and salt to make a rub. Once the rub is ...
Missing the crispy, warm crunch of calamari? Well, look no further, Paleo calamari is here! You can have your crunch and calamari too!
This is a simple recipe that makes your taste buds come alive. Coconut flour adds a light texture that gives a unique but delicious flavor to your beloved calamari.
Serve with your favorite Paleo tomato sauce or marinara. This is a great dinner party appetizer that will be sure to impress your guests. Enjoy! Just be careful, like frying anything, it splatters when it cooks. Definitely a time to take out that under-used splatter guard to keep your clothes as fresh as your Paleo Calamari.
Are you looking for a unique and healthy side dish? Well, this paleo cauliflower recipe is a prefect option. Cauliflower, like broccoli, is also loved by many.
Cauliflower has many health benefits such as vitamin C, vitamin K, folate, pantothenic acid, and vitamin B6. It is a very good source of choline, dietary fiber, omega-3 fatty acids, manganese, phosphorus, and biotin.
To try this amazing dish, you can start by cutting the cauliflower into florets then place the florets in a food processor and pulse until they become a rice like texture. Transfer the riced cauliflower to a large microwave-safe mixing bowl and microwave on high ...
Making your favorite Chicken Salad in coconut crust.
As healthy eaters, we are used to having lots of salad. And Chicken Salad is a favorite dish of almost everyone. It has a lot of variations from different style of cuisine such as European style, Asian style or American style. No matter what type of cuisine you used your chicken salad to be, everyone would still love the taste of how the chicken blends with the other ingredients you add in.
Typically, it is made with leftover or canned chicken. It may also be used for sandwiches. Chicken Salad is usually mixed with mayonnaise, hard-boiled egg, celery, onion, ...
Spicy and packed with flavor, these zucchini fritters are sure to get you rave reviews in the kitchen.
You can make these ahead for your lunch box or even for a quick breakfast. Or you can save them for dinner and use them as a fantastic side dish for a Paleo dinner with friends and family.
The coconut flour and egg bind the zucchini together to help create a crispy exterior. When the crunch of the outside is paired with the velvety inside the result is exquisite.
This is a recipe you will definitely want to add to your regular recipe rotation.
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!
These tasty little primal nuggets are so delicious and comforting, you’ll be in danger of overindulging! Serve them hot and fresh out of the oven as a snack or as a side for any special occasion meal.
Please note: If you choose to use grass-fed butter instead of coconut oil for these biscuits, they will be primal, not paleo.