Fruit salad can be an excellent, paleo-friendly way to satisfy your sweet tooth without going sugar crazy. Fruit is naturally sweet, and there are so many ways you can dress it and combine the flavors. Try some of these! Read more
Combine honeydew with other melons, with meats like prosciutto and pork chops, and seasonings like curry and cardamom. If you’re a honeydew skeptic, I encourage you to let some of these recipes convert you from your anti-melon ways. After all, who doesn’t enjoy a nice cucumber melon cocktail or a honeydew tomato salad with cumin and pine nuts? Nobody, that’s who!
Looking for a quick, easy, and reasonably priced protein to keep your lunch Paleo-friendly? Head to the interior aisles of the supermarket – something you’ll rarely hear me say! – and grab a few cans of tuna. They are great to keep in your pantry for last minute meals and snacks and tuna can be dressed up in a number of ways. This Paleo tuna salad is one of my favorite quick lunches or post-workout snacks. Read more
On hot summer evenings, I generally prefer to eat light. Before I ate Paleo, sometimes I would just have fresh veggies in a light salad with some dressing. And while there are days I could probably be totally satisfied with just veggies, I know now that I have to add protein to make sure I stay full longer; those veggie-only dinners would generally lead a few hours later to snacking. So when I’m in that mood, I’ll cook a piece of fish and pair it with a bright, flavorful salad. One of my favorites is this cucumber salad. Read more
Cool and creamy avocado tops this chicken salad making it an extra special lunchtime option. A great choice for an on-the-go meal or when you need something fast. Read more
For many of us broccoli is not our favorite vegetable. Maybe it goes back to childhood memories of having to eat it and giving it a look of disgust. Whatever the case, we all know how good it is for us and that it provides a bunch of nutrients and fiber. Read more