Like frittatas, omelettes are a hearty egg dish that’s totally packed with protein and can make a great fuel meal for any time of day. Yes, that’s right—I don’t reserve omelettes just for weekend breakfasts. Lunch and dinner are fair game, too, especially with omelettes containing a lot of meat and vegetables. All of these omelette recipes are tasty, and they’re all paleo or easily adaptable to paleo by skipping the cheese (unless you’re looking for a cheat). Get cooking!
Garlic is an amazing ingredient not just for its flavor, but for its anti-microbial, anti-biotic, anti-inflammatory properties. If you’d like to work more garlic into your diet, try some of these delicious paleo-friendly recipes in which garlic is the star ingredient.
Escarole is a terribly under-appreciated green. Want to know how to cook amazing escarole? Try it in soups or braised as a side with garlic and other fantastic flavors. These paleo escarole recipes range from soups to yummy side dishes, and you’re sure to find something you love.
French toast is a favorite in my house, but it’s a treat for special occasions—it’s a lot of work to make on a real foods, paleo diet! But these recipes make it a little easier, and they’re delicious to boot.
Halibut, with its tender flake and mild flavor, is such a versatile fish. Check out these halibut recipes with fruit salsas, vinaigrettes, vegetables, and more! Somebody’s having seafood for dinner tonight. Read more
Eggs benedict is a delectable breakfast fit for royalty with its rich and silky Hollandaise sauce, perfectly poached eggs, and biscuits (or not biscuits!) While it’s often reserved for special indulgent occasions, you can make a healthier eggs benedict paleo-style with any of the recipes below, many with extra healthy veggies included. Try asparagus benedict, or eggs benedict made with fried green tomatoes, or a beautiful avocado Hollandaise. Or waffles benedict with blackberry jam!
Guava is a unique tropical fruit that imparts slightly different flavors depending on how ripe it is (the closer to red the fruit is, the sweeter it will be). Fresh guavas can be hard to come by in some parts of the world, but most of us can at least find guava paste, nectar, or juice and international grocery stores. Some of these paleo recipes use fresh guavas, while others use paste or juice—go ahead and find one you can enjoy!
I haven’t bought jam in years because it’s so easy to make at home. Try any of these paleo jam recipes, including chia jams, and be amazed at your homemade goodness skills! Read more
Dill is most commonly associated with pickles, but it’s also fantastic with salmon, potato salads, veggie dishes, salads, and more! Check out some of these paleo recipes and be herb-inspired.